Happy 2017! It’s that time of year that most of us resolve to get fit. Unfortunately, the vast majority of us give up on that goal. But it doesn’t have to be you this year.
WARNING: The stress of making New Year’s resolutions alone may cause a decline in health. According to the American Psychological Association, stress itself is linked to the six leading causes of death: heart disease, cancer, lung ailments, accidents, liver cirrhosis and suicide. You probably tell yourself the same thing every January. Make a resolution. Lose. Drop. Change. Count […]
Starting the year without a resolution? Check out some of our suggestions; they may spark a lifelong change for the better.
Pilates studio owner Shauna Smith-Yates found the solution to expanding her class offerings with the Juvo Board. This is her story.
According to chiropractic physician Dr. David Vikto, the joints, discs and muscles in your back rely on efficient fluid exchange to deliver nutrients to the cells and export waste out of cells. Learn about how the BackTrac aids this fluid flow.
Whether it’s sickness, injury or simply the need to recover mentally, it’s okay to take some time off from working out. But the longer your hiatus, the harder it is to get back into the swing of things not only physically, but mentally.
Even if you have a busy class schedule, you can still get in cardio. In fact, it’s as easy as walking to class.
70 percent of college students gain weight in their college careers, but you can be the minority. It’s easier than you think to maintain a healthy weight.
When it comes to preventing childhood obesity, parents are the best defense for their children.
Every training diet needs plenty of protein, but it doesn’t always have to come from meat.
Avoid injury and reap the rewards of an excellent pull-up.