Dancing sets her free. Fills her heart and soul with joy. But for the time being, Susan Fekety has set her dancing shoes aside. And instead of feeling her spirit soar, it began to plummet. Three short words have helped lift her up and sustain her during this challenging time: Now. Here. This.
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.
Two days of nagging back pain can take its toll. It makes me want to lie around and do nothing! I know that just the opposite is probably what’s going to make it feel better. Here are two movements that might help do the trick.
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.
Did you know that when your back hurts, it’s trying to tell you something? Learn to understand the language of your spine and maybe your days of dealing with back pain will come to an end
Feldenkrais uses gentle movements to help people increase their range of motion and improve flexibility and coordination. See how it works.
What’s one thing good athletes have in common? Strong glutes! We’ve got some tips on how to strengthen yours and hopefully, prevent some injuries.
A small town in Maine takes on the huge goal of becoming the happiest, healthiest community in the state. It begins by encouraging residents to move naturally.
Want to add planks to your exercise routine? Strength coach Andy Wight demonstrates the right way and the wrong way. He also shows us how to add some movement.
Feeling old? Not as strong or agile or flexible as you once were? Take it from me and a couple of experts, get a move on and you’ll feel a whole lot better.