Thanksgiving is over, and while there still may be leftovers in your fridge, it's time to get back on track. If you indulged a little bit over the holiday, and that can be perfectly fine if handled properly, what should you focus on after Thanksgiving to get back on track? Here are three simple things.
Movement is medicine. If you need the inspiration to get a little exercise done, join Short Pump health coach Brandon Rice as he takes you through this 30-minute exercise routine, featuring a warm-up and three sets of six exercises each. Follow along in the video below, and scroll down for the list of exercises to be done.
Today I want to talk to you about the InBody scan. The Inbody uses bioelectrical impedance to measure your muscle mass, your fat mass, and give you a better understanding of your body composition. Are you gaining muscle? Losing fat? Where are those numbers on the scale coming from?
What is health coaching like at PartnerMD? What might your first appointment look like? What can you do to best utilize our health coaches? Short Pump health coach Brandon Rice walks you through what he likes to do during that first meeting with a patient and how he helps people put together a plan to achieve their goals for the long term.
Are you back at the office after working from home for much of the past year? Maybe you're heading back full-time in the coming days or weeks? You can still stay active with just a little effort while back at the office.
Most sports apparel commercials feature athletes engaging in several hours of exercise and dripping with sweat. These athletes embody the important benefits of working out: fit and strong bodies, increased cardiovascular performance, better cognitive function and more energy. But when you think of achieving these benefits for yourself, most people find it hard to find the time to devote even an hour per day to exercise, let alone the intense workouts we have come to think of as normal. Therefore, if you can’t invest that kind of time and energy, you might as well do nothing, right?