Working Out Older: The Advantages of Staying Active in Your 60s and Beyond
Exercising and staying active is rewarding at any age, but it can be particularly satisfying later in life. No matter if you’ve been exercising for years or are just beginning to get active, the wisdom you’ve acquired along the way can be of great assistance….Read more
Cold and Flu Season: Facts and Myths About Staying Healthy
While December often evokes images of holiday meals with friends and family, cold and flu season can throw a wrench in those joyful events. That’s why This Week’s blog post focuses on ways to avoid getting sick during cold and flu season. We’ll explore the…Read more
Switching Up Your Running Routine—How to Stay One Step Ahead
With temperatures dropping and daylight diminishing in the U.S., the temptation to hibernate might be growing stronger. That’s why many people are turning to their exercise routines to help keep their energy high and spirits up. This Week’s blog post explores some creative ways to…Read more
How Proactive Health Can Improve Your Quality of Life
The proactive health approach to fitness not only keeps you healthy during your working years but also improves quality of life for your post-working years. Here are 5 ways to stay on top of your health and fitness now for best results later in life….Read more
Health Tips for Fall From Seasonal Eating to Fall Workouts
Autumn’s here, and that means it’s time for our health tips for fall! With the cooling temps you might find yourself working out indoors more often and enjoying seasonal fall flavors in your pre or post-workout meals. That’s why This Week’s blog post explores making…Read more
Tips For Improving Athleticism And Being More Competitive
With summer racing season in full swing, athletes are turning to the latest research and their favorite athletes for tips to gain the performance edge. This Week’s blog post explores tips for improving athleticism that might help you on race day. Read on to discover…Read more
This Week’s What Do I Need To Know About……Going The Distance In Endurance Sports
While the general prescription of “eat well and exercise” is a great start for endurance athletes, research indicates there might be certain training methods and supplements that can give you an edge over the competition. This Week’s blog explores the potential benefits of probiotics, 80/20…Read more
This Week’s What Do I Need to Know About……Workout Timing, Espresso Hits, and Post-Meal Walks
This week, we explore how simple hacks in the timing of your workouts or when you have a cup o’ joe can have scientifically proven benefits for your health and performance. What time of day is the body at its physical peak? Circadian rhythm patterns…Read more
4 Ways Insurance Companies Overcharge You on Life Insurance Premiums
Are you health conscious? Do you watch what you eat and work out regularly? If so, your life insurance company could be overcharging you on your insurance premiums. Insurance companies use data gathered from the life insurance medical exam to determine your insurance premiums, but…Read more
Health Hero Jimena Sayavedra On Giving Back to the Running Community
For Argentinean-born Jimena Sayavedra, running has always been a part of everyday life. Her father, a cardiologist, was a runner and every day without exception, he would get up at 5:30am and go for a run before heading to the hospital. His warm-ups, which consisted…Read more
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