Strength training can help you buff up and slim down, increase your overall muscle mass, and keep your bones and joints healthy. But while it may be easy to find a program, it’s natural for momentum to fade over time, leaving you once again searching for the right routine.
Our bodies are a lot like cars. A brand-new car hardly needs maintenance, aside from a regular oil change or tune-up.
Owings Mills health coach Yvonne Bull shares a series of leg strengthening exercises that are perfect for seniors. You can do these with just a chair and wall in your own home, while you're watching TV, or while you're sitting at your desk. Watch the video below for a demonstration of each exercise.
Everyone wants to live a healthy, long life. We often implement diet, exercise, and other lifestyle changes to achieve this goal. However, setbacks and stumbling blocks can cause us to get discouraged. As a result, many health and wellness goals are often abandoned before encouraging progress is made.
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.
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.
The warm weather is here. What can you with the whole family, outside, that's both fun and healthy? Midlothian health coach Jaime Monsen has a few suggestions.
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.