This Valentine’s Day, try heating things up with your partner by exercising together. Working out with your loved one can improve intimacy and accountability, AND keep you healthy!
Ah, New Year’s resolutions to eat better and exercise. Many of us make them, but don’t always follow through. Here are a few, simple health tips that should make sticking to your goals a little easier this year.
The more positive experiences and good emotions you feel, the easier it will be for you to be happy, stay healthy, build relationships and deal with adversity in your life. Being thankful can benefit you in a number of ways, such as.
Holiday meals are a tradition for many families and we all look forward to them. But unfortunately, many of us also end up putting on a few extra pounds on Turkey Day. If you’re looking to eat a little healthier this year, here are a few tips.
Don’t let the high temperatures discourage you from keeping healthy this season. Keep your workout routine cooler with these tips on how to stay cool during summer workouts.
The increased social activities, a more flexible work schedule, the expectation of enjoying the season and other social stress can put a lot of pressure on people with anxiety. If you are starting to feel the burden, here are five ways to improve your mood this summer.
Working out to get in shape this Summer doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg. Here are some cheap ways to get fit this Summer.
Summer is officially starting next month, are you ready? Check out How to Get in Shape for Summer to get you started.
Now that Spring is here, you’ll probably find yourself wanting to spend more time outside to enjoy the warmer weather. But as the temperature rises, so do the prices for all the fun activities you’re interested in and all the restaurants you want to try. Here are five tips to help you save some money this season.
Winter is now in full swing and your desire to go out and exercise has likely dropped as much as the temperature. But cold weather is no excuse to shut yourself in. Here are a few simple, fun ways to enjoy exercising this January.