Active kids are happy kids! Here are a few ways to keep your kids moving.
It’s time to start getting ready for summer! As you read in our previous blog post, “Summer Bodies are Made in the Winter”, it takes months of hard work before you can safely reach your fitness goals and get into shape. Don’t let that scare you because we have some tools that will help you along that journey.
Although Summer does not start for a few months, the time it takes to see a transformation in your body is typically 8 - 12 weeks. With that in mind, start setting those goals is now. By starting now you’ll have major results by the time sleeveless shirts and shorts come back!
Take some extra time to take care of your heart this month. Your heart is one of the most important organs in the body, responsible for pushing blood and oxygen through the body, and caring for it should be a growing responsibility, especially as we age. Here are a few steps of taking care of your heart that can turn into everyday habits.
With Valentine’s Day quickly approaching, and New Years gone it can be easy to forget about your fitness resolutions and journeys, but we’re here to help you get back on track, fight February fatigue, and keep each other on track. Whether it's your friend, partner, or family member trying to get back to fitness, here are a few ways to motivate each other to keep up with your fitness resolutions.
With so many different types of workouts, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and figure out where to start. Cardio is no different and there isn't a one size fits all approach to fitness. We’ve listed a few different forms of cardio that will help you make your decision next time you hit the gym or choose which classes to attend.
Mornings don't have to be hard. If you’re not a morning person then it can be hard to get your day started on a healthy note. Skipping breakfast and going for sugary coffees can hurt your day more than it helps it. Although it may seem easy to go for a morning drive-through or skip breakfast all together if you’re in a rush, but there are some simple steps that can help you transform your mornings and create healthy habits.
The holidays are fast approaching. And the added stress of travel is among us. Airport crowds and flight delays are just the tip of the iceberg. Once you’re on the flight, remaining seated for an extended period time isn’t only uncomfortable, but also a health risk.
Foam Rolling is a form of Myofascial Release. Not only is it a cost-effective option, but it also offers other benefits. Here are five reasons you should start foam rolling: