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When you’re working from home, it can be hard to convince yourself after a long day to avoid the couch and work out. Here's how to counteract that.
Home workouts have grown in popularity in this era of safety protocols, but according to Cori Grantham, M.D., a board-certified orthopedic surgeon and physician on the medical staff at Texas Health Plano, and at the
If you’re like many, chances are your home has taken on multiple different functions this year, from an office to a classroom to a movie theater to a gym. You might have also learned that
We’ve been spending a lot of time at home this year, and because of that your home may have had to take on multiple functions, from a classroom, to an office to a gym and
The gym is not the only place to get an effective workout. There are many ways to stay fit without spending a lot of money or figuring out a time to exercise. One great way
Whether you were active prior to your pregnancy or want to become more active now that you’re pregnant, you may have many questions about what’s safe to do and what’s not. That’s why we spoke
In the days since the COVID-19 pandemic forced the closing of Texas Health fitness centers and other gyms, a lot of people may have had mixed feelings about working out at home. But when gyms
In recent months, many North Texas residents and families have rediscovered the benefits of walking — whether in their neighborhoods, on urban trails or at nearby parks. Hiking and walking are great low-impact, low-cost forms
Gardening may seem like a relic from our parents’ or grandparents’ generation, but the movement to grow our own fruits, vegetables, and herbs is enjoying quite a resurgence. According to Farm and Dairy, many Americans