If you’re looking for a way to fit exercise into your day but struggle to find any length of time that feels substantial enough for a worthwhile workout, you may think you’re out of luck.
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.
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
As Texas prepares to reopen, gyms are still required to stay closed under the first phase of Governor Greg Abbott’s orders. But just because you can’t go to the gym or take your favorite yoga
As society continues to shelter in place, we hope that your determination to stay fit while at home continues. In the last couple of weeks, we’ve offered tips for cardio exercise workouts as well as
Just because you can’t go to the gym or take your favorite yoga class, doesn’t mean you can’t stay active. Now, more than ever, it’s important to move your body and keep active — for
When you’re cooped up, as most of us are these days, exercise is more important than ever. It helps us physically, of course, but also mentally and emotionally. “First and foremost, it’s for mental health
With gyms now closed because of new government guidelines, many are thrown off their exercise routines. Social distancing mandates have put an end to recreational leagues, group exercise classes and sports. Just because you can’t
It’s certainly cold out, but if you’re one of the millions of Americans who vowed to up your fitness game in this New Year, what’s a determined amateur athlete to do? Why, slap on a