Whether it's an overflowing inbox, overtime at work or tending to your loved ones, many of us struggle with finding time to exercise. So what are the best ways to revive your routine in the new year?
Staying physically active can help older adults stay physically and mentally sharp even when the cold makes joints ache.
Traditional viewpoints on how gender affects workouts can be confusing., but Region experts explode the myths that fitness programs should vary by gender.
Dean DeLisle typically exercised six days a week, and it was that dedication that helped pull him through a nearly fatal medical emergency.
Sara James, fitness coach at Anytime Fitness, demonstrates "earthing." or walking and running barefoot, which can help re-establish your connection to the Earth.
It’s necessary for seniors to stay as active as they can, and water aerobics and other aquatic exercises are a great way to stay fit.
Baring at least your feet when running, hiking and walking can have profound benefits.
Most people probably don’t think much about the connection between breathing and good health besides the obvious
As large numbers of people work from non-ergonomic home spaces or spend more time sitting in front of media screens, health experts talk of a condition called “pandemic posture” that can have ill effects on body and mind.
“Swim lessons are crucial for young children,” said Barbie Pilla, programs supervisor for Franciscan Health Fitness Centers.
Being outside does a body good, and there are several ways to get health benefits while pursuing educational and cultural activities in the Region.
Advances in Parkinson's treatments include Rock Steady Boxing, a program that helps patient'; balance strength, memory and dexterity.
If you’ve had troubles keeping up with your exercise routine throughout the winter, Region trainers offer tips to get back in the habit.
Anytime Fitness Regional Coach Eric White and trainer Dimitrios Miles demonstrate at-home exercises to help you ease back into a workout routine.
CBD proponents say the products can ease pain and stress related to workouts even if the data hasn't caught up yet.
As children learn about behavior, they often do it by watching how their parents and others who are regularly around them react to different situations.
With fall almost here, many of us want to know: How can we get the most out of fall activities?
One of very few positive things to come out of the COVID-19 pandemic has for many people been a newfound appreciation for the great outdoors.
When you’re looking to get in shape and live a healthier life, you don’t have to go at it alone.
Long valued for its physical and mental/spiritual benefits, tai chi can work from everyone to reduce stress, improve balance, aid concentration, relieve pain and promote ease of movement.
How the spine feels and function is very dependent on the bones and muscles of the lower limbs.
Robots have been with us for some time now. They have been used in industrial applications such as automobile manufacturing, doing some of the more dangerous and repetitive work such as welding or lifting heavy car parts. In fact, the Tesla automotive plants have a significant amount of robo…
It is no secret that working from home has many benefits, especially during a pandemic. But when it comes to getting exercise, this remote set-up can present some challenges.
The new year is always a good time to take inventory of our lives, including an inventory of our health.
If you are looking for a new path to physical wellness, hiking Region trails might be a step in the right direction.