Are the upcoming holidays stressing you? Try this simple trick and MOVE MORE. You don’t have to join a fancy gym or follow a crazy exercise video. Find something that you enjoy doing on a regular basis, it can be a 30 minute walk with the dog or an easy strength training routine. Regular physical activity is great for your muscles, bones, heart and especially for your mind. Once you start moving you will instantly feel better about yourself and your situation.
IntroductionStop skipping workouts! Yes, I said it. I know, I know, exercise is hard for you to do on a regular basis. Whether it is a matter of scheduling, lack of motivation, or being too busy, you find it hard to be consistent with exercise. Here are three things you can do to stop skipping workouts.
I would have never thought that this could become so personal. Statistics are usually abstract ideas, possibilities in percentages, usually too small to consider as anything that could have an impact on one’s life. Until it does! According to the CDC, there were 157,500 surgery site infections in the United States in 2011. These are 157,500 lives which have been, to a greater or lesser degree, altered, maybe forever. As in the case of my husband!
Sure I feel like I walk the line. What does my future hold in four weeks time? I graduate from the University of the Cumberlands with my Masters in Educational Leadership. I did maintain one personal training certification as well as my CPR training just in case, but also because part of me has a hard time letting go of things I feel are valuable. These past two years have been an incredible journey, and I can only wonder what is ahead. Will I end up back in the world of fitness or will I find myself in higher education?
Most of us want to live a healthier lifestyle, but the thought of making the necessary changes can seem overwhelming. Here are the top 3 tips to make lifestyle changes achievable:Aim to create one behavior change at a time
The following is courtesy of Nitin Chhoda PT DPT and his entire team, November 20, 2015:Thanksgiving is around the corner, and everyone's looking forward to getting together with family and indulging (why not?).
If you’re addicted to drugs, cocaine, alcohol or marijuana, this post is for you. If you want to educate a loved one, a friend, a family member or relative on the hazards of marijuana, this article will help you build a better understanding.