May 25th is Senior Health and Fitness day! Regardless of age, exercise is important for good health, but for seniors, there are some specific things that can make it even more important.
Do the dimensions of personal wellness activity to help identify the areas affecting your ability to maintain a healthier lifestyle.
Although this might be a disappointing moment for those of us who have not been able to sustain the commitments we made, it is still important to look back on them and identify what worked and what did not in our New Year resolution goals.
This week, I was reminded of the importance of being prepared if you are going to exercise outside when the weather is cold. I found myself about a mile from home, with the sun going down in leggings that were not thick enough for the cold weather… So, for myself and for anyone else who might need it, here are some key tips about being safely active during the winter!
Maryland has some beautiful trails for all those looking to get out and do some hiking! But, there are still some important things you’ll want to do to stay safe on the trail.
October is right around the corner, and if you’ve been following this blog then you know what that means: Walktober is coming!
There is no ‘magic bullet diet’ for losing weight quickly that is healthy and can be maintained. In fact, diets in general don’t work; however, having healthy behaviors (diet and physical activity) can promote weight loss, and are easier to maintain than restrictive diets.
For some people who live close enough to their workplace, cycling is a quick and physically active way to commute to work. It can be a great way to build physical activity into a daily routine. But, for people who can’t bike to work, there are still reasons to start cycling!
Charity exercise apps are one new solution trying to help people who can’t find the motivation to exercise.
Is it harder for you to get out of bed on winter mornings when the temperature is low and it’s darker outside? You’re not alone.