Walking. Reaching. Sitting. Standing. Leaning. Turning to look. Picking up a baby. Raising arms to put on a shirt. It all requires that our musculoskeletal system be healthy, strong...fit. This is functional fitness, and none of it requires a gym membership, a 7-day-a-week rigid training schedule, a hard body, nor even much interest in exercise.
Whether you are planning a difficult hike or you have an exciting backpacking trip on the horizon, you want to take the time to prepare yourself during the weeks and months leading up to your big hike.
The gym is closed and your favorite workout class is canceled for the foreseeable future. But that doesn’t mean you can’t get in a gym-worthy workout while you #StayAtHome. In 2020, your virtual gym is just a click away.
When was the last time you were really sweaty? Just dripping wet. We want to set the record straight on sweat - the good, the bad, and the hairy - 11 things you may not have known about getting hot, sticky sweet from your head to your feet! Sweat is actually quite good for you, and isn’t anything to fear or avoid.
A lot has changed in the past 10 years! As we enter the '20s, we're taking a look at the fitness trends that defined the 2010s for the better.
We all feel “stuck” at our desks day in and day out, and lament how it’s a contributor to missing our fitness goals. But, there’s really nothing stopping you from feeling the burn while you’re at work. (Unless your office is freezing and then the exercise has double benefit as it warms you up!)
It’s time to be g-g-g-good to your bones. Women of every age should prioritize their bone health to ensure strength and stability into their oldest of days. Healthy bones are less susceptible to osteoporosis and injury as we age.
Do you walk into the gym with a full face of makeup? Or do you role au naturale? If you tend to breakout after you workout, you need to consider the former. Here's why...
Looking for some new ways to move in 2019? Here are 4 trending fitness classes to try this year.