So you have just gotten back from a trip out of town. The kids are starting to go back to school and the workload at your job is about to increase rapidly. How can you make sure your fitness does not get left behind?
Summer is in full swing which means many families will be spending time around the pool, beach, rivers, and lakes to cool off from the heat and entertain the days away from school.
Raising healthy children sounds pretty simple: good nutrition and physical activity every day. In our busy society, it is harder than ever. Even health-conscious parents have to compete against any number of unhealthy temptations. Below are tips to help you raise safe and healthy kids: 1. Plan a Healthy Pregnancy We know itcan be hard […]
Chances are you’ve heard about barre, the fitness phenomenon developed by dancer, Lotte Berk.
It seems everyone from professional football players to celebrities to your next-door neighbor is taking barre classes.
You too can benefit from adding PRObarre to your fitness routine.
Are you feeling depleted after your workout? Although proper recovery from exercise is a crucial part of any fitness routine, it’s often neglected. Follow these tips to maintain a healthy lifestyle and finally make the progress you desire with your exercise routine.
Are you struggling to keep up the momentum of your New Year’s resolution to get fit and healthy? Don’t let this year be just like the last 10 when you started out strong, dropped off, and then lost the gains you made. Here are five ways to keep yourself going!
According to the study, dancing helps improve the brain more than any other physical activity. The research showed that it reduced the risk of dementia by 76 percent – that’s more than reading, crosswords, biking, golfing, or swimming.
Instead of just jumping into your first hike or outdoor adventure this spring, get your body prepared.
As a mom of four, much of my time is spent managing hectic schedules. This often includes lots of planning, driving, and traveling locally and afar. However, at times, I felt like a victim to my schedule. I wanted to learn what I could do to feel and look strong and confident, and keep up with my kids. My goal was to find my fittest self and equip myself for success.
Stick with your workout for 5 minutes. Don’t like it? Move on to your next 5 minutes!