May 10–16 is Medical Fitness Week. During this week, we begin the MOVE150 program which focuses on getting participants moving, regardless of their abilities. We encourage members to reach 150 minutes of activity throughout Medical Fitness Week.
April is stress awareness month and we want to share with you three ways to reduce stress in your life courtesy of a recent article from the Harvard Health Blog.
Try these 4 simple ways to add more water to your diet.
Getting ready for your next marathon? Here are some of our favorite tips for a successful run.
An article from the New York Times highlights how exercise proves to successfully support memory and thinking—particularly in older adults. Several studies have shown that regular physical activity helps slow the usual loss of brain volume, which may help to prevent age-related memory loss and possibly lower the risk of dementia.
According to Julie Corliss of the Harvard Health Letter, sometimes having too many habits can be hard to manage. Add these three healthy habits to your wellness plan to support your heart health. Make a small change to your diet. Examples: Switch meat with beans in one of your favorite dinner recipes. Eat a slice […]
Spring clean your playlist Add healthy foods to your pantry Stretch before after working out Stay hydrated Set a workout schedule Reward Yourself Reference: https://www.shape.com/fitness/tips/20-ways-spring-clean-your-fitness-routine
Sleep Awareness Week March 8–14 Sleep Awareness Week spotlights the importance of sleep in our daily lives and encourages everyone to learn about habits, practices, and routines that improve our sleep quality and overall health. According to the findings by the National Sleep Foundation in their 2020 Sleep in America Poll, the average U.S. adult […]
Our lungs are very responsive to the conditioning effects of regular physical exercise. Swimming is a great option for improving lung health according to a recent article by U.S. Masters Swimming. Here are 5 benefits you’ll experience by adding swimming to your exercise routine: 1. Improved Capacity and Endurance Swimming supports increased lung capacity and […]
February is not just for sharing candy hearts but protecting one of our vital organs. American Heart Month®, is a time the nation turns its attention to keeping families and communities free from heart disease. Being active is a key step to toward good heart health.
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