There’s nothing like a little friendly competition to bring the family closer. So why not turn your plain-old, ordinary exercises into a family fitness challenge.
The crisp autumn weather is the perfect time to work up a sweat. And you don’t even have to worry about bundling up; there are tons of activities you can do indoors that will keep you moving and grooving all through the fall and into winter.
Dogs are our best friends, and apparently, they’re also pretty reliable workout partners. Results from a large-scale study show that dog owners are four times more likely to meet daily physical activity guidelines than non-dog owners.
During the colder months, it’s even more critical to find ways to stay active. Although your body can adjust to missing a couple days of exercise, your endurance will take a hit if you skip too many consecutive workouts.
Some of the best exercises work for people at different ability levels, so we will show you a variety of workouts that will add muscle strength your upper body.
This month, we’re issuing a challenge to take part in several exercises that are designed to boost one’s overall health. Our goal is to help people obtain the energy they need for the week, and we’re giving you the opportunity to help us achieve this mission by completing this challenge every Monday.
Music and exercise go together like peanut butter and jelly. Do you have a favorite workout playlist? It’s worth putting one together. Exercising to music has some big, scientifically-proven benefits
While many may dismiss stress as just part of life, it's actually known as a ‘silent killer’ as a result of the negative health outcomes it can trigger. Now is the time to listen to what your stress is saying before it stresses you out. This Monday, reconnect to your plan to stay fit and keep moving in order to reduce your stress level.
Not an athlete? Not a problem! This Monday, you can still celebrate the beginning of spring training by getting yourself into gear for a new season.
Do you experience the weekday afternoon slump? Try adding a mid-day workout! Using your lunch hour to get some physical activity may have positive effects on the way you work during the day.