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.
The 1920s were a time, culture, and way of life beyond our grasp. This new decade feels like we’re getting a second pass at a by-gone era. While we can’t ever bring the true roaring 20s back to life, we can emulate all the magic she gave to a prosperous post-WWI era.
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.
One thing you can count on this season is that every time you put a turkey in the oven, you’re going to end up with what feels like a week’s worth of food. All of that time, effort, and frankly, darn good meat, should not be let to waste. Here are 13 ideas for how to use that leftover turkey.
As everything turns pink in October for breast cancer awareness month, it’s important for women to remember this: breast cancer isn’t prevented, treated, nor survived in just one month out of the year.
Holding “power poses” or a “superhero” position before taking your proverbial stage not only makes you feel better about it...but studies show performance improves.
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!)
Sandwiches and summertime go together like PB + J and now we’re full circle and… it’s just sandwich season! Here are 8 tasty bread-free sandwiches to try.