Are you making physical fitness a priority? Setting a new goal to build strength? Or improve your mobility, balance, or stamina? To know how far you've come, you need to first find out where you are right now. Then, you can track your progress over time.
Everyone is aging. Hopefully, we do with health and vitality, and it's never too late to get started. One important aspect of aging well is maintaining your balance and strength. Check out these three simple exercises you can use whenever you need to squeeze in a little physical activity.
Got 10 minutes? Then you can get a quick workout in. Join Greenville health coach Aaron Benator for 10-minutes of simple bodyweight exercises you can do from pretty much anywhere. Watch the video below for demonstrations of the following eight exercises: Bird dogs Bilateral squat Dead bugs Reverse lunges Bicycle crunch variation 10-and-2 lunge Pushups — two variations for this, regular pushups or modified knee pushup Cross marches
Gut health is a hot topic these days. Studies suggest gut health can affect numerous other aspects of your health. But what is gut health exactly? Why is it important? How can you improve your gut health?
How does light affect how we sleep? It is one of the most important factors that affect how well we sleep. It regulates our circadian rhythm, which is the rhythm throughout the day where sometimes we feel like we have more energy, sometimes there might be a lull, sometimes we might get tired, sometimes we might be very alert (when we wake up ideally).
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.