Your trunk musculature and connecting muscles have a lot to do with how the rest of your body moves so we want to make sure it has the movement and strength knowledge of a rocket scientist. Within this workout, you will find lots of different spinal positions and core strengthening challenges. Be especially mindful of your head and spine alignment while performing these exercises and always stay muscularly engaged (no “sinking”). Have a great workout!Female Yoga Instructor doing Prone Cobra on a yoga matDo you have a fitness resolution? Make progress towards achieving your goals with Skimble’s top fitness apps and supportive community. If you’re new to Skimble, our Workout of the Week challenges offer you fresh ways to be fit. Download Workout Trainer on your Android & Apple devices and do your first workout! Remember, if you want to stay up-to-date with our Workout of the Week challenges, be sure to have your Workout Trainer notifications

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This post is authored by guest contributor Professor Vishaal Kishore, the Executive Chair of the Cisco-RMIT Health Transformation Lab

The recent report of the Australian Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety tells us two critical things. First – something systemic is going on in aged care: the elements of the system are not working together to produce optimal outcomes. Second – the issue is one of respect: our system is not treating individuals the way that they ought to be treated.

Our challenge is to find a way to make the Australian aged care system simultaneously more connected, and more compassionate. And this is where technology has a crucial role to play – but the role is a complex one. Done right, technology can be core to making our system more respectful. Done poorly, technology can merely contribute to making a disrespectful system more efficient at being

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There is a simple trick to a healthy diet: Stock your kitchen with healthy and versatile foods. Having these superfoods on hand in your pantry, fridge or freezer really simplifies the meal-making process. 

In this blog post, learn which pantry essentials you should always have on hand. Plus, get your healthy shopping list as a downloadable PDF!

Healthy shopping list: Foods you should always have in the house

1. Legumes

Every pantry should contain lentils, chickpeas, beans and peas. They are great  sources of vegetable protein and rich in fiber. This is also why legumes have been shown to reduce the risk of Type 2 diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure and stroke.(1) The Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics recommends eating at least four portions per week. One portion is equal to 60-70 g of dried legumes or 125 g of cooked legumes.


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