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.
It turns out that coffee may do more than boost your energy, but it’s all about the timing and ingredients.
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.
A few minutes a day can improve core strength, and if you want to invest more time in cardio, it can also lead to sculpted abs.
As we’ve covered previously, there are serious health risks associated with a sedentary lifestyle. But no matter where you are, there’s always a way to get in a workout.
When you make a nutrient-dense smoothie at home to start your day, you’re beginning your day right. And with these tips, they’ll be delicious and nutritious.
While push-ups, pull-ups and sit-ups may seem outdated, bodyweight training is still one of the most common forms of exercise. If you need a break from the gym for some outside time, they are the perfect option.
Improve your flexibility, your mental clarity and your entire life (possibly) with yoga.
Enjoy summer’s warm weather safely by preventing and proactively treating dehydration and hyponatremia.
When it comes to preventing childhood obesity, parents are the best defense for their children.