Last Friday at work I attended a ceremony where the guest speaker, Dr. Russell Pate from the University of South Carolina gave a very informative presentation titled “The Kids of Generation Z – Will They Be Active, Fit and Healthy?” Dr. Pate’s presentation focused mainly on the prevalent childhood obesity trend happening in the United States and … More Fit For the Future
Believe it or not, you actually push a lot of things throughout the day. Think about how just today you probably got out of bed, pushed a door open, pushed a grocery cart or a stroller, closed your car door, pushed the door to your washer or dryer shut, or got up off the floor … More The Push-Up
Here’s a question – Ever wonder whether you should eat before you exercise or not? If you are trying to lose weight, research from the University of Bath in the U.K. suggests the answer might be not. When weight loss is the main fitness goal, decreasing the amount of adipose (fat) tissue with regular exercise … More To Eat or Not To Eat?
Happy Monday! Now I know that is not something you typically say or hear, but what if you could make every Monday happy instead of dreadful? One thing we’ve learned is that setting yourself up for success makes a huge impact on your week. We will share with you our tips for how to properly … More Meal Prep: Getting Started
The body weight squat is an essential movement for everyone no matter your age. If anything, it becomes even more important the older you get. We do squats on a regular basis to do basic activities such as picking up objects, cleaning the floor, getting up from a chair, or getting on the floor to … More The Body Weight Squat