Did you love playing sports as a kid, and find yourself missing the thrill of competition, the discipline of practice, and the joy of learning something new? Joining an adult sports club or league may be the perfect thing for you! Plus, it can be a great way to get more active without always having to head to the gym.
If you had to name a cozier feeling on a cold day than cuddling up with a bowl of homemade chili next to the fire (or in front of the TV watching football), we’re guessing you’d have a pretty hard time doing it. But if you’re like some people who seem intimidated by making chili, take a chili-pill and relax: It’s way easier than you think!
We’ve finally reached a point in health culture where fat is no longer demonized. In fact, consuming healthy forms of dietary fat is now recognized as critical for maintaining ideal body weight, proper organ function, long-lasting mental health, and overall well-being.
Good news: maintaining a consistent mobility and flexibility routine can improve your performance, shorten your recovery time, and prevent injury. Better news: it only takes about 5-10 minutes per day on a consistent basis to see results!
If you want to mix up your training, a 15-30 minute swim sesh may be just what you’re looking for. Never thought about jumping in a pool before? Consider that everyone from elite level athletes to senior citizens utilizes weekly swimming to maximize their physical potential.
Can running trails turn you into the next Van Gough? Will your next treadmill workout spur you to write the next great American novel? Studies show running, and aerobic exercise, in general, stimulates your brain in a way that can help you bust through writer’s block, solve a problem you’ve been wrangling with or find the inspiration to propel a project. Running can boost your mental efforts and clear away brain fog that stymies creative thinking.
Fitness experts are urging people to get up and move during the workday. Research has shown that getting off your duff and standing frequently can help ease aches and stave-off illnesses associated with prolonged sitting. Many people have swapped out sitting desks for standing ones, hoping to reap wellness benefits like reduced risk of obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. It might make you think those who work on their feet all day have it made.