The COVID-19 crisis may have shut down your athletic center or gym, but staying safe at home doesn’t mean you can’t exercise. There are several ways to be active inside your home. Here are some exercise options to help maintain your fitness in quarantine.
If you’re feeling anxious and afraid during the COVID-19 crisis, you’re not alone. Anger, frustration, and even physical symptoms like stomach pain, headaches, and nausea can manifest when you’re stressed out. It isn’t easy to cope with what’s happening in the world today, but there are a few things you can do to help alleviate fear and anxiety.
When it comes to New Year’s resolutions, the “doing it” part is always harder than the “wanting to do it” part. Most people who make New Year’s resolutions tend to abandon their goals with the first couple of months. To buck the trend and stick to your resolutions in 2020, here are some tips that can help.
Working out together on Valentine’s Day is a great way to make a connection with your partner and, of course, it’s great for your physical health. Exercising together will also help you both
The number one resolution for Americans is to exercise. Unfortunately, for many of us, it’s a goal that goes unrealized, largely because we want immediate results. Instead of aiming for that six-pack, try these simple health tips to start you down the road to a healthier 2019.
If you feel down or overwhelmed this holiday season, try and remember what makes you grateful. Studies show that the more positive experiences and good emotions you feel, the easier it will be for you to be happy, stay healthy, build relationships and deal with adversity in your life.
Holiday meals are a tradition for many families and we all look forward to them. But unfortunately, many of us also end up putting on a few extra pounds on Turkey Day. If you’re looking to eat a little healthier this Thanksgiving, here are 6 suggestions.
What is meal planning? Meal planning is creating a strategy for shopping and making dishes for the whole week, instead of each night. By planning ahead, you can save time and money, and eat healthier. Here are some tips.
he pressure you put on yourself to achieve success and debunk stereotypes can often lead to mental health issues, eating disorders, and even suicidal thoughts. So, how can you feel better? Here are a few suggestions:
Although the warm weather often motivates us to stay in shape, sometimes it can be too warm. And, when it gets too warm, it could become dangerous. Here are a few tips to keep your summer workout cool in the heat.