From time to time, we all might be guilty of skipping a warm up. But if that has become your norm, it’s time to rethink how you allocate your exercise time.
Monitoring your heart rate during exercise is a great way to track intensity and fitness improvements. Learn if it could be right for you.
We know that regular exercise is good for our overall health, but did you know that includes digestive health as well?
By the time we turn 40, many of us will begin to lose muscle mass. Fortunately, there are steps that can slow – or even reverse – this aging condition.
Want to stay active for many years to come? Music might be just what the doctor ordered (research shows!) to help you stay motivated, reduce your risk of injury and pain and even make your workouts seem easier (and who doesn’t want that?) Slow aging with music Music is not just for aerobics class—it may also help […]
What’s really stopping you from achieving the results you want? To make a real change, you need to make choices and find a routine that works with your busy lifestyle. This four-step, honest approach is designed to help you set and achieve realistic health goals. It will help you reassess your priorities; consider any modifications; […]
Here are three suggestions that can help you beat the odds and achieve long-term success this New Year
Mobility and flexibility training are what allow us to use our available ranges of motion to do our favourite activities, and stay healthy doing them
When injury occurs, one of the best things you can do is work with a personal trainer. Not only can a professional design a fitness program to help you rehabilitate and strengthen your injury, they can also show you how to prevent future problems.
With an extreme air quality advisory in place, many are still wondering whether or not it’s safe to continue to exercise. Here’s what you need to know!