Health and Savings: 6 Tricks For Saving Money and Getting Healthier At the Same Time
Though not often spoken of together, physical and fiscal fitness are highly related. This means improving your physical fitness can positively impact your financial fitness and vice versa. Read on for ways to get physically and fiscally stronger and more resilient.Read more
Financial Literacy: Most Common Financial Fears of Americans
Unresolved fears around money and potential negative outcomes are common barriers to dealing directly with financial issues. The good news is that you are not alone. Eighty five percent of Americans report feeling some kind of financial anxiety, with a quarter of people reporting that they worry about money on a daily basis.Read more
April Edition: Practical Health and Wellness Research
Our regular “Research Round Up” feature will bring you the latest in practical health and wellness research that you can use to make the best choices in your life. This edition investigates what exercise intensities are healthiest, how to deal with the pandemic exercise doldrums…Read more
Running After 50: How to Run Strong Into Your 60s and Beyond
Francis Marzec is a Health Hero and thoughtful athlete who’s running career spans 4 decades. He began his running career in the early days of triathlon completing several ½ IRONMAN’s and marathons. Wanting to give back to the community that gave him so much, he has been volunteering at the Kona IRONMAN triathlon every year since 2006.Read more
Snacks After Workout: What’s the Best Snack After Exercising?
Having a strong post-workout snack game will ensure you get the most out of the effort you put into your workout. Research also shows that your body is uniquely primed to accept fuel and nutrients are an exercise session, which makes this window especially important.Read more
How Happy Are You? Americans Compared to the Rest of the Globe
Every year the Global Happiness Survey tries to answer this question by surveying nearly 20,000 people from 27 countries around the world. The results of the 2020 survey showed that happiness is an amazingly resilient human resource which did not significantly decline from the previous year, despite the tremendous COVID-19 related challenges most people faced.Read more
Podcasts for Women: 5 Podcasts By Women You Should Be Listening To
In honor of Women’s History Month we bring you five unique shows created by and for women. Each has a different focus, but they all share a common goal of telling the stories of women who are working hard to improve their lives while also making a positive impact on the world.Read more
Mobility Training: Why You Should Be Incorporating Mobility Into Your Workout
Mobility is your body’s ability to move freely and easily. Adding mobility training to your routine will help you move better, decrease your risk of injury and increase your potential for greater strength. As an added bonus, mobility training can add fun and play to your fitness life, helping to keep you engaged and excited to move.Read more
Women’s Fitness: The Busy Woman’s Guide to Reinvigorating her Fitness Life
Today we will be exploring more specific techniques you can use to successfully structure your exercise life in order to maximize your enjoyment, success and longevity. It’s important to keep in mind that there is no one-size-fits-all fitness prescription and an approach that is perfect for you might not work at all for someone else. The goal here is exploration, increasing self-awareness and continual evolution.Read more
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