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The purpose of National Senior Health & Fitness Day is to promote regular physical activity to improve the health of older adults.
When your schedule is packed and you are running short on time, try these quick routines to get your blood flowing.
Creating fitness goals, seeing your progress, and reaching your goals helps us feel accomplished, and has benefits on our mental health.
Drinking water has been found to be a key component that aids in weight loss. Hydration supports digestion, organ health and muscle function.
Child pose, the knee-to-chest stretch, and a forearm plank are three exercises that are good for your lower back.
Dance is a great option to burn calories, relieve stress and improve your mood. Here are more reasons why you should try a dance class today.
Packing a healthy lunch for work is an excellent way to stay on track with your fitness goals while keeping your energy levels up throughout the day. To help you get started, we’ve put together a list of healthy lunch options that are not only good for you but are also delicious and easy to prepare.
Try these two salad recipes with step by step directions for an Italian chopped salad and dressing courtesy of eatingwell.com.
Here are 3 core exercises to strengthen your core and improve your running overall.
March is National Nutrition Month® and 2023’s theme is “Fuel for the Future”. We wanted to share with you some nutritious food options for your next run
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