What’s Stopping You from Improving Your Life? Facts are: You have the time, money, and motivation. What kills time, eats money, withers motivation? The same thing that’s more dangerous than almost any exercise: doing nothing.
Why Don’t We Talk More about Fitness as Disease Prevention? It seems like we’ve talked more about avoiding sickness this year than ever. We have all heard many times that we’re supposed to wash hands frequently. That we’re to stay at a safe distance from other people, and wear masks in public. We’re told not […]
Did you know that speed and power are two of the most reliable indicators of longevity and long-term health?
Elastic exercise bands have been common in physical therapy offices, gyms and fitness studios. They’re a low-cost, lightweight option for resistance training, which is crucial for people over 50.
Here’s one big athletic event coronavirus couldn’t cancel: Global Running Day and related activities this week.
Excellent job, Barbara Craig-Schniepp! One thing about Barb, she always brings a great attitude and a smile even when out of her comfort zone! We are proud of her!
Some art forms require equipment, supplies and space. But you can write poetry anywhere.
Tai Chi Offers a Gentle, Flowing Approach to Fitness After 50
Golfing, tennis, running and other outdoor sports are just as important later in life as they were in our 20s, 30s, and 40s. You still want a strong drive on the golf course, a good serve in tennis, and stamina to enjoy a run.
Arthritis affects more than 350 million people around the world, and it’s a leading cause of disability.