Some people get plenty of exercise just doing what they need to do. But the majority of people these days are apt to lead rather sedentary lives. Learning how to take advantage of moving naturally could make all the difference.
Thanksgiving is a time to show gratitude for all that we have. To enjoy a feast of food and loved ones. BUT too much food, too much family, and too little activity can make us feel just the opposite. Here’s some expert advice for surviving the day and the rest of the holidays.
Looking for a fitness move that doesn’t require a lot of hard work or time? Here’s a quick one that just might do the trick.
Whether you’re a college senior or going to senior college, you can relieve some worry and stress by becoming more financially fit. We have some fitness tips from two experts — one on wellness and the other on money.
Couldn’t make it to the gym but it doesn’t matter. That’s because I spent the day with my two-year-old granddaughter. No time for sitting still!
Your hip flexors help you walk, run, dance, do all kinds of important things. If you sit a lot, you’re not doing them any favors. Here are some simple exercises to give them a good stretch.
What do dancing, Zumba, and hoola hoops have in common? They all get you moving, which is something we need to do as often as possible. Here is some inspiration for you.
Roller skating is something I’ve always loved, but I haven’t done it lately. Thanks to Jen Boggs, I feel the urge to strap on some skates (and my protective gear). It’s fun and the good news is it’s also a healthy thing to do.
I’ve been hearing a lot about barre fitness lately. It sounds like a workout for dancers, but you don’t need to be a ballerina to do barre.
If you’re ready to get some exercise, make sure you pick something you love. Bill Keller loves Zumba and he’s going to tell us why.