Virtual Learning Stretches for Your Little Student

26 Oct 20
Virtual Learning Stretches for Your Little Student

I’m sure you’re tired of seeing your kids slouched at their computers, drooling in front of a google classroom or zoom meeting. After about two months of virtual learning, your child may be experiencing zoom fatigue, tech neck or have trouble concentrating. In our last blog post we talked about proper sitting posture for our […]

3 May 20
Couch To 5k Week 12: Three Miles!

The quarantine weeks are really flying by now….. said no one ever.⏳ via GIPHY via GIPHY However, the good news is that hopefully the end of the COVID-19 pandemic is near,  with states starting to at least talk about reopening. Until then, let’s stay as positive as we can, keep getting outside under the sun, […]

18 Mar 19
Woman running in snow Benefits of Working Out in the Cold

Outdoor exercise can be enjoyable any time of year! One of the big reasons people tend to avoid exercising outdoors during the winter months is because they are afraid of the cold weather. Don’t let the wintry conditions keep you from staying active this season; learn how to prepare! The best way to stay comfortable […]

10 Mar 19
Is Exercise Good for the Brain?

I am sure you are aware exercise is beneficial for your general health. It can increase energy levels, boost mood and promote weight loss. Regular physical activity is good for your muscles, bones, heart, and skin. But, did you know exercise is also good for your brain? It’s true! Exercise promotes healthy brain function and […]

13 Jan 19
Making your New Year Resolution

According to an article published by the University of Scranton in 2012, almost 45% of Americans make a New Year’s Resolution.  The number one resolution people make is, you guessed it, losing weight! However, according to a US news article written by Toby Amidor in  December 2013, did you know that of those resolution makers […]