We all know that diet and exercise are vital elements of good health. No matter what the current “fad diet” is, or how advanced video games become, health care professionals still agree that maintaining a balanced diet and participating in a safe and productive exercise routine give you the best chance of being physically and mentally healthy. continue reading »
Warmer weather pulls many people outside with smiles and enthusiasm. Higher temperatures and clear ground enables transferring many indoor exercise routines into the great outdoors with minimal changes to basic routines. continue reading »
We all want to be healthy, but few of us make the necessary changes to our diet and lifestyle to make a real impact. It can seem hard to commit to strict rules when our busy routines don’t allow for such drastic measures.
If extreme diets aren’t realistic for you, there are still a few healthy and simple habits you can practice that will make a difference. These are things we should all do, and these changes don’t require much effort in order to enjoy the benefits they offer. continue reading »
Sitting for hours and hours at a time in your car or on a bus isn’t the healthiest thing, especially if you’re spending all that time sitting just to go to another place where you’ll sit for another couple hours.
It’s hard to find time to exercise when you spend two or more hours a day commuting, and by the time you get home you’re too exhausted from the drive to work up a sweat. continue reading »
Certainly, cellulite is not a good sight to behold, especially if you are looking at the mirror at your own body. It can also be a cause of low self esteem during your beach escapades, especially if the affected regions, such as the thighs and arms, are always exposed. Cellulite refers to the topographical changes in the skin commonly found among females in the post pubertal phase. continue reading »