Entries tagged with “Sports and Exercise”
Here are 10 tips to ensure success this year
Here are 10 ways to move while interacting with friends, family, neighbors, coworkers or strangers about to become new friends.
Who doesn’t have twenty minutes? This is the perfect video for times when your schedule is tight but you're still in need of a feel-good flow.
Three grounding practices that help you gather energy from the earth to replenish and enhance your own life force.
The turn of the calendar from one year to the next invariable leads toward a yearning to live our lives in new and more healthful ways. Losing weight may top the charts as a New Ye…
Learn how to release tension in the neck and shoulders with these exercises.
Simple yet effective ways to keep your energy flowing.
Overcoming addiction may not be easy, but there are things you can do to make the process smoother.
You’ve been diligent. You’ve counted calories, carbs, grams of fat and protein—even bites. You’ve also been a regular at the gym. You’ve been doing everything right but when you lo…
Moving mindfully is known to increase wellness and mental health (as it is a form of moving meditation). Make your movements intentional, yet fun and creative with the inspiration from these 5 stories.
Could the Peloton bike ad be sort of okay when viewed through a different lens?
Keeping muscle as we age.
Don’t think of exercise as a chore; instead, think of it as “body play.” Here are a few ideas to get you started on shifting that mindset, and making exercise more joyful: 1. Be l…
Healthy brains, just like healthy bodies, can better withstand the tests of time. Here are the top five tips to keep your mind sharp.
If your resolution involved fitness, you’ll want to know how to make the most of your group classes this year!
Get your body moving with seven of our favorite articles from Spirituality and Health.
In a world that pushes toward the complex, there are still simple ways to stay healthy.
Admittedly, Capoeira isn’t for everyone. The Afro--Brazilian martial art features leg sweeps, handstands, and acrobatic exchanges between two sparring practitioners who are encircl…
Walking is easily accessible for most people, doesn’t require any kind of special gear, and it’s less likely to cause injury for people that are just starting with an exercise program.
It wasn’t so long ago that the aging brain was considered a done deal.