Exercise is vital to a healthy life. But, it can be difficult to make time for it with a busy schedule. This week we share some ideas to fit fitness into your daily routine. Motivate yourself this Monday to make time for a workout – and continue throughout the rest of the week.
Floating feet is an ideal exercise for individuals to work their core and quadriceps that they can do anywhere and privately.
Like any other exercise, walking requires proper form and technique to be done safely and effectively.
Adopting a consistent walking routine is an important step towards an overall healthier lifestyle, but even an activity as straight forward as walking requires a little bit of planning.
Walking is one of the easiest ways to get moving. Use a brisk walk to meet the weekly recommended guidelines of moderate physical activity and start reaping the benefits today.
Don’t underestimate the importance of stretching; because, it’s not just for athletes, runners, and gymnasts.
Physical activity comes with psychological and physiological benefits that can help improve mood and manage stress. All forms of exercise — from walking and jogging to yoga and weight lifting — can help reduce feelings of anxiety and stress. Plus, many forms of movement are free, accessible to all individuals, and doesn’t come with any unpleasant side effects (when done properly).
It may seem counter-intuitive, but the best way to manage and mitigate the symptoms of arthritis is by incorporating more movement — be it carefully — into your daily routine.
February is American Heart Month and we’re highlighting some of the positive impacts physical activity can have on your heart. Making a plan to become more active has many benefits to your health.
When making a lifestyle change, especially one related to your physical fitness, periodically tracking your accomplishments allows you to enjoy the journey as it’s happening; but more importantly, a monthly re-evaluation will motivate you to continue to persevere when the pace of improvement slows as well as assess what aspects of your routine need an adjustment.