It’s that time of the year. The holidays are looming, college students are in the thick of finals, the short days pass very quickly, and everyone is rushing to finish shopping, studying, working, schlepping, and cooking. How, in this busy season, do you find the time or even the energy to maintain a healthy lifestyle? Where does fitness fit into your day? Your week? Would it surprise you to know that the limiting factor in our lives when it comes to healthy life choices is not motivation or knowledge, but time?
Just a Matter of Time
Dec 11, 2019
Topics: healthy living, time for exercise, fitness, holiday fitness
IHRSA Passport Program and TrainAway
Dec 4, 2019
Topics: fitness apps, fitness, holiday fitness
How to Stay Active at an Office Job
Aug 16, 2016
Just because you’re not outside or in a gym does not mean you can’t be active. There are ample opportunities in every environment…no excuses. Staying active at work provides many benefits. Use these tips to feel better about yourself, become more focused and remain energized.
Topics: fitness, office, active at work
Vacation Planning: Tips for Staying Fit
Jul 26, 2016
Okay so you booked your time off for your well-deserved and much anticipated vacation. However, you’re a committed and devoted exerciser. So how do you keep going while away and not let your vacation sidetrack all your hard work this year?
Stay Fit This Summer
Jul 21, 2016
It's Summer - Have Fun and Still Stay Fit
Summer is hot and all you want to do is lay by the pool. Who can blame you? It's cool, refreshing and much more fun. Yet we know we need to get in the gym and still strengthen our hearts, improve our muscles and burn those calories.
For those in their 20's, 30's, and 40's, it feels like life is moving at warp speed. Between a career, household responsibilities, raising children, and other family commitments, the one thing that often gets put on hold is exercising. A visit to a health club often isn't a priority when there are so many pressing needs. But for those who have concerns over brain function later in life, a new study shows it is very beneficial to fit in a workout now.
Topics: health, fitness, wellness, brain health
Last time, we profiled two great sports that will help you lose weight and promote a healthy lifestyle. Here is part two of that post, which contains two more sports that anyone can do. Both of which boost metabolism, while exercising your body and your heart.
3 Tips for Leading a Healthy Lifestyle
Oct 15, 2015
Nowadays, it seems to have become hard to lead a healthy lifestyle because you get a lot of conflicting information from different sources. Egg yolks are constantly going in and out of fashion. Some health gurus recommend high protein diets while others encourage you to go for diets high in fat (Atkins). Even when it comes to exercise, there’s usually some new fad you keep hearing about, from Zumba classes to kettle bells. So how do you weed through all this information and keep the stuff that you need? Consider the following tips:
Topics: health, food tips, exercise, diet, fitness, fit tips, spiritual health
Metabolic Weight Loss Versus Metabolic Syndrome
Oct 15, 2015
If you want to realize the full potential of metabolic weight loss, you need to protect yourself from metabolic syndrome. This cluster of conditions has been growing at an alarming rate. Fortunately, most people can prevent or manage the symptoms by making simple lifestyle changes including regular exercise.
Topics: health, Weight Loss, fitness
24 Hour Gyms Provide a Cure for the Crowded Gym
Oct 15, 2015
Yes, you still have a little time before the New Year, but it couldn't hurt to beat the crowd and start looking into 24 hour gyms. Maybe you are the type who thrives on the camaraderie and activity of a busy gym. On the other hand, a gym that is open all the time may suit you better if you like to exercise when it is more quiet.
Topics: fitness, 24 hour gyms