September is Healthy Aging Month.
Attention all analytical minds! The following information is for you to dissect and for others to draw motivation from. The CDC is a numbers wonderland, full of health related studies and statistics. Diving into physical activity and mortality is the plan this month.
In this case, it’s not about scheduling a week’s long vacation loaded with active excursions. It’s about taking a week or two off from your normal exercise routine and the benefits of doing so.
If you have been paying attention at all, you have noticed that nostalgia is running rampant these days. The ‘what’s old is new’ cycle has always been a thing in fashion, but the current nostalgic atmosphere has a different feel beyond clothing and hair styles.
Thanks to social media, words like trending, viral, and influence have become, well, trendy. Trending and accumulating views are the goal for influencers to make a buck
Being more active is just as much a mental exercise as it is physical.
From sports performance enhancement to simply improving mood, testosterone is always a hot topic.
The most discussed health topic is weight management.
With the new year here, resolutions abound. Instead of focusing on a specific behavior, ask yourself if it is time for a restructure.
Medical fitness is not a new concept. It is gaining traction, but still lags behind what the masses envision when we hear the word, fitness.
In recognition of daylight savings (which is on November 6…..don’t forget!), finding ways to turn back the clock with fitness can, literally, turn back your internal clock.
In the world of fitness, there is no lack of influencers, known as Fitfluencers, sharing their opinions and promoting products for companies. But there are some cautionary tales to be aware of.