COVID Fitness: Opportunities and Obstacles to Staying Healthy
Keeping up with a COVID fitness routine isn’t easy. Most people have had their daily lives and healthy habits at least somewhat disrupted due to ongoing restrictions and precautions. The good news is that while the current reality has made being healthy more difficult in some ways, it has also created unique opportunities in others.Read more
Mental Health: 7 Reasons To Start a Gratitude Practice Today
Substantial research demonstrates that being proactively thankful for the good things we already have—as opposed to focusing on what we lack or have lost—can improve your health, career, relationships and daily moods. Being grateful could even make you more successful and able to achieve your…Read more
Improvements to African American Health: Celebrating Gains During African American History Month
As we observe African American History Month—also known as Black History Month—it is important to celebrate the gains and improvements African Americans have made regarding access to healthcare and overall health. Many Black Americans have overcome challenging obstacles to improve their health and positively impact the wellbeing of generations to come.Read more
Winter Workouts: 6 Tips for Being a Winter Workout Champion
Shorter days and colder temperatures make outdoor exercise less tempting and in some harsher climates downright impossible. Add in COVID based restrictions on indoor exercise options and the challenges are even greater. To help you out along the way we have compiled some of the best tips and tools for staying fit during the colder months.Read more
COVID Loneliness: Handling Isolation While Social Distancing
While important for public and individual health, social distancing can take a huge toll on our mental health since we need the support of others in our lives to avoid anxiety, depression, and mental illness. Because this year has limited that connection, we have to make up for it in other ways while we wait to be able to get back out again when COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.Read more
The Iron Nun Shares What Keeps Her Training at 90 and Beyond!
We had to run fast to catch up with Sister Madonna Buder—aka the Iron Nun—who is still training hard at 90 years young. Buder recently shared some of the secrets of her success and longevity with the Health IQ Team.Read more
Exercise Recovery: Using Deep Relaxation to Boost Your Mental Health
Exercise is an important part of physical and mental health, but maintaining a workout routine over the winter holidays can be challenging. Along with all the distractions of the holidays, as temperatures get colder and barometric pressure in the air changes, winter workouts can leave muscles, tendons, and ligaments even more sore. This means recovery techniques that soothe the body and mind from holiday stress can be especially important in the winter months. Here is our guide to the top five recovery techniques you can do from home for the body and mind.Read more
New Year’s Resolutions: How to Create them Bulletproof
Research and common sense show us that most New Year’s resolutions fail within the first few months of the New Year. Half of people admit to giving up on their New Year’s goals before January 31st and only 8% of people are truly successful at achieving their resolutions. How can you beat the odds and achieve your goals despite these grim statistics?Read more
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