It’s Men’s Health Week. The purpose of Men’s Health Week is to heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys.
While losing weight you don’t have to lose muscle. Be intentional with your exercise plan and diet as you build muscle while losing fat. Here are ten foods you can add to your diet to support your protein intake.
When you decide to start personal training here are some key questions you can ask to get to know your trainer and learn whether you are both compatible.
As we get older our exercise goals change along with our health and fitness needs. Men still want to look and feel good but also need to focus on factors such as longevity and overall health.
Core exercises train the muscles in your pelvis, lower back, hips and abdomen to work together. This makes daily activities such as walking, running, and sitting much easier.
Runners of all fitness levels can benefit from incorporating Pilates into their training/workout routine. Pilates can help runners to improve performance and reduce injury.
May is Mental Health Awareness month. Here are 5 of our favorite workouts proven to support your mental health.
Courtesy of the Cleveland clinic.com, here are some foods you can incorporate into your diet today to boost immunity.
Go for a walk after dinner. After sharing your meal, go for a family walk outdoors to explore the neighborhood. For even more fun, take the family pet along.
Keep active each day by adding these simple activities to your daily routine.
– Take the stairs whenever you can
– Hand wash your car
– Ride your bike to work
– Take a dance class
– Work on your garden
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