Exercise is for everyone--truly. Exercise doesn't discriminate based on age, sex, background, health history, or personal style.
Finding a reason to hit the gym can be difficult – let’s admit it, we all find reasons not to go. Finding a routine that is effective, engaging, and easy to follow is even harder.
Pilates and Yoga are both excellent ways to gain strength and flexibility in the body. Not only that, they can both shape your body into a lean, mean, healthy machine. But, which one is better?
We at HealthSPORT know the value of supporting young people’s active endeavors. Fit kids grow up to be healthy adults. And the kids who take part in the Humboldt Tri-Kids Triathlon certainly fit the bill!
Summertime is fast approaching, and it's the perfect time of year for light layers, light beer, and light fare. For a low-carb spin on everyone's Tuesday, night favorite try this perfect solution: "tacos" made with lean turkey meat and lettuce wraps!
Yoga is a great way to learn how to make sure your mind and body are aligned, and it's also a fantastic workout! In recent years though, hot yoga has become increasingly popular.
Optimal sleep is an absolute necessity for our health and most people in today's busy world are not getting enough of the stuff. How can you get better quality sleep?
Preparing for your first 5K running race can be a daunting task, especially during the winter months, but with the help of qualified experts, you can turn your race into an amazing journey full of accomplishments even before crossing the finish line. Training indoors can be extremely useful, and it can even benefit the elite runner. Working with a certified personal trainer or running coach, treadmill running and strength training in the gym can make you a faster, more efficient and confident runner.
Stress. Just that word is enough to make you want to reach for the ice cream, right!? We all know stress is bad for us, and we also know we should try to minimize it in our lives. But do you know how?
The 12-week HealthSPORT Weight Loss Challenge transformed not only participants bodies, but their lifestyle habits. Matthew Jenkins, the overall first place winner, dedicated himself to his goals and lost 45.6lbs (21.25% of his body fat).