Three Workout Tips For Beginners

Starting a new exercise plan can be exciting, but it is easy to injure yourself in your exuberance to see results. The following tips can help you develop a plan that builds strength and conditioning without resulting in injury Tip #1: Know the Difference Between Stretching and Warming Up Many people confuse stretching with warming up, or flip the order in which to do them. The most common mistake is to begin an exercise routine with stretching. Read More 

Why Pilates Is A Good Choice For College Students

When you go away to college, people often talk about being able to successfully find a balance between your studies and having a social life. You should think about adding one more topic to the mix — taking care of your health. It's important to develop a routine of self-care as you navigate the new world of college. One way of doing so is to take a Pilates class on a regular basis. Read More 

3 Reasons To Hire A Personal Trainer

Having a career that doesn't allow much time to prepare meals at home is one of the common reasons why many people get out of shape health-wise. Grabbing fast food on the go is one of the most convenient ways to eat, and getting back into shape after living such a lifestyle for a long time can be a difficult task to complete. The mission is even more difficult to accomplish if you don't have anyone around to motivate and encourage you to make the right health choices when it comes to food and exercise. Read More 

Tips For Starting A Post-Partum Workout Routine

If you are thinking about starting a post-partum exercise program this is a good idea. However, you should bear in mind, that your body is a bit different after you have had a baby. You will notice a definite change once you start working out after having a baby. With that being said, there are some guidelines you should follow to ensure that you get the most out of your post-partum workout without injuring yourself. Read More 

Should You Put Your Daugher In Girls Volleyball?

You want to encourage all your children to play a sport and may want your daughters in particular to get into a sport. Volleyball is a great pastime for girls to consider not just because it's a popular sport but also because the sport itself teaches discipline, is fun to play, and allows the players to act as a team. The team and leadership skills your daughter could learn playing volleyball will benefit her in school, play, and even work later in life. Read More