Still working from home? Perhaps you're officially a full-time remote employee now? It's still important to find time to step away and exercise regularly. In this video, Greenville health coach Aaron Benator demonstrates a handful of core exercises you can do at home that will improve your balance and stability. Watch the video below and scroll down for the list of exercises.
Aging well is all about forming habits that are good for you, like regular exercise and a healthy diet. A healthy lifestyle should be a lifelong pursuit, but after age 50, and especially for men, it’s even more important to maintain healthy habits to keep you strong and active longer.
Whether you’ve just started a couch-to-5K running program or you’re a seasoned marathoner, you’re probably no stranger to aches and pains in your legs and knees as you grow muscle and improve your stamina. But how do you know if the pain is normal or part of a bigger issue? Ahat does it mean if you have pain behind your knee when you run?
According to some estimates, there are more than 1,800 types of cheese. Because there are so many types, it really is sort of its own food group. In this video, Greenville health coach Aaron Benator discusses some nutritious aspects of cheese, including its effect on cognitive health and the presence of probiotics, different types of protein, and more.
If you're aiming to reduce your risk of developing cancer, consistent exercise is a must. Bow exactly does exercise help reduce your cancer risk? What counts as exercise? Greenville health coach Aaron Benator explains. Watch the video below and read on for a recap.
Exercise is critical to a healthy lifestyle and, for many, developing a consistent workout routine is a New Year's resolution in 2021. Join PartnerMD's health coaches for a Friday morning workout every Friday in January as they demonstrate various exercises you can do to stay fit from the safety of your home.
About 1% of all breast cancer cases are in men. It's certainly far more common in women, but it is something men should be aware of. So what do you need to know? PartnerMD's Greenville health coach, Aaron Benator, explains. Watch the video below and read on for a transcript.