Let's be real:
Remembering to drink enough water (and helping your family do the same) can be hard to do at any time of year, let alone the holiday season when the hustle and bustle get everyone a little excited and distracted.
Let's be real:
At HealthSPORT, we encourage our clients to experiment with new and challenging types of exercises to keep things interesting with their workout routine. Swimming is one of those activities we recommend often—for plenty of reasons!
Think massage is just a luxury?
We live in a world where so many factors will influence our health and longevity. Unfortunately, a lot of these factors—like our family history and to extent our environment—are not under our direct control.
When life gets busy, it's tempting to cut back on sleep in order to make up for lost time. But if you care about your health and your fitness gains, may we strongly suggest:
We can't think of many things that are as great to invest in as your health. And both scientific evidence and common sense tell us that people who exercise regularly have lower levels of stress, longer life spans, decreased risk for chronic health disease, leaner body mass, and improved mood.
Looking for an activity that can boost your mood, alleviate your stress, improve flexibility and balance, reduce pain, and just make you feel pretty darn good overall? Yoga could be your answer.
Indoor cycling took-off about 30 years ago and continues to leave other fitness trends in the dust. There are multiple reasons why people get on the saddle initially and jump back on every chance they get.
Ideally, exercise "should" be: 1) challenging, 2) effective, and 3) FUN. And while interval sprints on the treadmill or 20-minute bodyweight circuits can be great for building your engine and improving your aerobic capacity, it can be tricky to keep these activities enjoyable if you're doing them all the time.
Stuck in a cardio rut? Try a Zumba class!
When it comes to hitting your workout hard and getting the most bang for your buck, almost nothing is more effective (and efficient) than high-intensity interval training (HIIT).