Many people begin a new physical fitness training program with one goal in mind: weight control. Whether it is weight-loss or weight-gain centered, their program is in place to control their weight one way or another. Oftentimes, people who engage in
Our bodies are designed to move. Our bodies are designed to move adventurously in all directions, with or without a load. We can develop big bulky muscles if we do the right exercises over and over and over, but when we
Do you want to change your life for the better? One of the best positive changes you can make is to begin an exercise routine. The benefits of routine exercise on the overall health of the human body have long been marked and
One of the biggest challenges faced by those committed to a healthy lifestyle is eating the right foods. It's easy to grab what's convenient when life gets hectic, but the quick choice isn't always the healthiest one. These easy and
When people perform their fitness routine, they normally concentrate on back, shoulders, arms, abs and legs. Many seem to forget to exercise the part of the body that holds them up—their feet and ankles! It’s important to keep your feet
Everyone wants to be fit. However, sometimes it’s hard to know where to start. Should you lift weights or should you focus on cardio? Should I go on a diet or not? How can I keep myself from getting bored?
The holidays are a time for celebration and good times. With so many events on your social calendar, it’s easy to pack on the pounds between Thanksgiving and New Year’s. In this edition, we’ll show you how you can still enjoy the season’s offerings without putting on the additional weight.
Are you lost in the haze that is your daily schedule after 3pm? Between school lunches, drop offs and pickups, after-school practices and dance lessons, finding 30-60 minutes 3-4 times per week to dedicate to maintaining and improving your physical (and mental) health is a hard-pressed task to complete.