If you took a break from working out last year — you’re not alone. A recent survey shows that 27% of Americans reported working out less often during the pandemic. With gyms closed for a
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
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
We all know that exercise is an important aspect of our health, especially since one in four Americans sit for more than eight hours a day, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
It’s no secret that Texas summers can be extremely hot and humid, making it a less-than-ideal time for doing a lot outdoors, especially preseason practices. Despite the heat, many athletes, spirit squads and marching bands
Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth Nurse Navigator Vanessa Pierce, R.N., never had a problem with her weight until she had children. But she found that after each child, she hung on to