You likely spend most of the daylight hours at the office, leaving little time to get in shape.
We get a lot of information from commercials, TV and our friends, and it can be easy to start believing certain myths surrounding common bugs like the flu.
We all know that cardio exercise and strength training can help to tone muscles and help get you in shape.
In the midst of cough and flu season, you don’t want to be caught empty handed.
Making the decision to get in shape is a step in the right direction for your health.
According to Time Magazine, with each foot strike a runner takes, the knee withstands a force equal to eight times his or her body weight.
If you have children, you’re well aware of the fact that they can get sick at the drop of a hat.
Cravings. They’re all around us. In the morning, we have to choose between a chocolate donut and bran cereal.
It’s a known fact that poor heart health is the number one cause of death in the U.S. due to things like unhealthy diet, sedentary culture and weight gain.
At some point in your life, you’ve probably become well aware of how difficult it is to get a good night’s sleep when there are deadlines, work, relationships and other priorities to think about.