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How To Stay Healthy the Easy Way

At the beginning of the year many people may make resolutions, whether it is going to an e cig shop instead of buying another pack of cigarettes, or vowing to lose 20 pounds. However, many may also find that it is easier to make a resolution than to keep it. That doesn’t mean, though, that getting or staying healthy needs to feel difficult. Here are a few things to keep in mind if you want to try to get healthier the easy way.

Eat More

While some may focus on what they can’t eat when they are trying to improve their diet, focusing on what you can eat may make the process easier. By focusing more on including foods that are good for you, it may help you to keep your mind off of the things that you are trying to eat less. 

Work Out Less

Sometimes, intense workouts can put undue stress on the body and ultimately lead to weight retention and gain. Although working out may be a healthy decision for most, if you find yourself dreading workouts or feeling overly exhausted after you’ve exercised, reevaluating your workouts may be a good idea. Also, many health benefits may still be gained from more relaxed types of exercise, such as nature walks or yoga. 

Sleep In

Although sleep may not be the first thing that comes to mind when it comes to maintaining a healthy lifestyle, it may have a significant impact on your overall health. When you don’t get enough sleep, your body is often unable to undergo the healing processes that it normally would during the night. Even if you find it difficult to get the full recommended eight hours of sleep, simply aiming for an extra hour or two could potentially make a difference in your health. 

Go Easy on Yourself

Even though some may feel bad about not being able to stick to resolutions, the reality is that it may not be worth it to stress out if you’ve veered off course. Stress can be damaging to health, and feeling bad about not reaching or sticking to a goal often won’t make it any easier to reach it. Because of this, learning to go easy on yourself when it comes to resolutions could be a better option. 

The Takeaway

Making a resolution to improve your health can be admirable, however, it isn’t always easy. Just because it may not always be easy to stick to health goals doesn’t mean that you should just give up on them. By being patient and understanding with yourself, your goals could potentially be more attainable than you might think. 

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KOLLINS EZEKH

By Vaughn Lowery

Born in Russia and raised in Thailand, Kollins Ezekh has been a leader within the realm of fitness for 15+ years. He’s made brief appearances in Men’s Journal, Shape Magazine, Oxygen Magazine as well as Target. In addition, he has been interviewed on multiple networks: KTLA 5, Fox 11, ABC, Good Day LA and CBS.

Loads of celebrities have gravitated to this vegan trainer for a myriad of reasons. Handsome and ripped. He’s defied all of the myths with his plant-based chiselled physique. No wonder he has been tapped by Floyd Mayweather to help establish one of the fastest growing gym franchises in America. With him at the head, they’ve grown from one location to over a 100+ in just under a year.

As a personal life coach, Kollins is extremely competent and well-versed within his discipline. Charismatic yet informative, he constantly produces fitness content which people can indulge in while on the go. This Aries has fabricated results-driven regimens which make an impact on a person’s overall mental/health.

The future is exceedingly bright for this well-positioned member of an elite community of fitness gurus. While some of his counterparts tote around NASM certificates, he pushes an unprecedented work ethic which is unequaled by many.

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5 Ways to Style a Western-Themed Outfit

A Western-themed outfit can be a fashion-statement, a piece of modern style so unique that each part of it, from the hat to the boots, looks like you designed it to fit your personality. Before you head out to line-dancing class or step out onto the runway, select a hat, jewelry, a fringed top, beautifully strong denim, and high boots meant for dancing.

Have A Hat Straight From Hollywood

If you’re looking for a hat out of your favorite Western drama or just trying to find modern Western headgear, you’re not alone. Traditional cowboy hats and other stylish vintage items like fedoras and Aussie hats look sharp and new, with not a mothball in sight.

Don’t Wear Your Grandmother’s Necklace

You may love a necklace that was passed down to you from your grandmother, but perhaps you’d also like to make one of your own. You can choose traditional earth tones, geometric shapes, and images from nature for a traditional Western beaded necklace, or you can even custom design your own beads for a modern twist.

Add Bling to a Fringed Shirt

Your Western bedazzling doesn’t have to stop at neck level. Take it on down to your waist by learning how to make your own fringed shirt. You won’t even have to buy a new shirt if you choose to do it this way. But by all means, buy new beads. They’re a main ingredient in this do-it-yourself fashion, and each one can have a personal meaning to you.

Ride Free in Beautifully-Tough Denim

The Western styling of your denim, in particular, has toughness as well as beauty. You want your jeans to hug your curves, but also give you the freedom to enjoy the dance floor or have a ride on horseback, whichever is on your agenda for the day. Sharp, solid colors can make an impression on the dance floor while showing off your belt and giving you leeway to rock the house. If short-shorts are keeping you cool in the summer, feel free to wear them out on the floor.

Blast Off With Your Boots

When you go out to the club, it’s your boots that will make the final impression, not just on your admirers, but on you. After all, the comfort and confidence you feel has a tremendous effect on transforming you from a wallflower into a Western dancer. Boots that look great on the outside, scalloped and stitched to perfection, will complete the unique outfit you composed for your special occasion. On the inside, they will support your feet so that you can remain active all night and enjoy yourself to the fullest.

Now that you’re ready for an evening of Western fun, from your new hat, to your fringed shirt, to your boots that are practically leaping off the floor on their own, you can go out with confidence. If you have time, add a pair of festive earrings, a cloth poncho, or a couple of pins in a denim jacket. Be yourself like never before by going Western.

*Photo courtesy of VOX DJs at Black Walnut Ranch f/ Kupah James

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Kupah James

Kupah James is a one-man movement of motivation. He brings raw, confident energy to almost everything he does. This biracial, Bostonian was born on September 20, 1982. He travels the nation as a celebrity DJ and a world-class fitness instructor. Wholeheartedly loves what he does, down to every last point. He has an insatiable desire to create a one-of-a-kind brand encouraging all to #MakeMoves! An entity which he defines as recognizing self-worth as well as possessing strong life goals.

Something you don’t know about Kupah James:  loves movies, animation (japanimation to be specific), candy, pop music and naps. Things he doesn’t like: tardiness, excuses and working out (yea I said it)! 

You can catch Kupah frequently spinning at 31TEN Lounge (Santa Monica), Skybar (Weho) and Liaison (Hollywood). Guestist is always open for his team #MakeMoves! 

Work out with Kupah at Equinox or Health House. See complete schedule HERE.

Music page is HERE.

For all things Kupah James go HERE.

*Photos by Roberto Matteo

New Spa and Health Club

Recognized as one of the finest luxury hotels in Dublin, The Merrion has unveiled its latest offering, The Merrion Spa and Health Club. Replacing the hotel’s smaller original spa, the brand-new spa spreads across the hotel’s lower ground floor. It features six treatment rooms, a steam room and sauna, gym and the original 60-foot infinity pool with its iconic hand-painted mural backdrop. Additionally, the club houses a new salon operated by award-winning hairdresser, Ciaran Nevin, and physiotherapy services from Milltown Physiotherapy and Personal Training.

Designed by Georgian interiors expert, Alice Roden – whose work is evident throughout the Merrion – this is a tranquil sanctuary where the highest standard of wellness and elegant design create a private retreat amid the hustle and bustle of the city. Neutral colors, soft Irish fabrics and delicate lighting create a calming space for hotel guests.With some of the world’s leading brands and Ireland’s key professionals as partners, The Merrion Spa and Health Club offers an all-encompassing service, including a new partnership with the globally renowned French skincare brand Biologique Recherche. Signature treatments will also be available from luxurious skincare brand ESPA.  

The Vitality Club Bar area is the ideal space for relaxing after a treatment and sampling a ‘Mean Greens’ juice or herbal tea. Alternatively, guests can enjoy a glass of sparkling wine in the relaxation room, wrap up in an Urban Aran blanket and admire the artwork.

Hours of Opening:
The Merrion Spa and Health Club:
6:30am – 9:00pm Monday through Friday
8:00am – 9:00pm Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday MondaysTreatment Times:
9:30am – 8:30pm Monday through Friday
10:00am – 7:30pm Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays

ABOUT THE MERRION:
The union of four restored Georgian townhouses, joined with a contemporary Garden Wing, The Merrion’s 123 guest rooms and 19 suites include a two-floor Penthouse Suite and private rooftop terrace. A member of The Leading Hotels of the World, The Merrion houses the largest collection of private art in Ireland outside of the National Gallery. The hotel features two bars: the Cellar Bar, located in the original 18th-century vaults, and an intimate cocktail bar called No. 23. The Merrion houses The Garden Room restaurant, located in the hotel’s private gardens, as well as Patrick Guilbaud, Ireland’s only two-star Michelin restaurant. In 2019, the Merrion unveiled a new Spa and Health Club, offering a range of treatments, as well as a steam room, sauna, gym and an in-house pool.