We have all learned to have specific beliefs about how we should exercise. But, if this way of exercising has failed to keep you motivated, it may be the wrong way for YOU. Are you ready to bust some myths about fitness? Let’s go!
Does this sound familiar? You start an exercise program, vowing that you’ll stick with it, but then life happens. You miss one planned workout and then another one, and then another. Most of us have been there and it doesn’t feel good. Learn how you can feel better about exercise.
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For Mental Health Awareness Month, we take a look at how the slogan “No health without mental health” encourages us to explore what parity really means as we move towards a more holistic approach to wellness.
While many people identify Speech Language Pathologists (SLPs) as therapists who work with children who can't quite say their sounds right, in reality, SLPs work with adults and children on a variety of speech, cognitive and swallowing disorders.
On long rides, many cyclists begin to experience numbness and weakness in their hands. Over time, these symptoms can become more pronounced and can interfere with your riding. Get tips, stretches and exercises for relieving persistent hand numbness.
After a long ride, many cyclists suffer from pain and tenderness across the outer part of the knee/thigh that is commonly known as Iliotibial Band (ITB) syndrome. Learn what you need to know to prevent ITB pain from becoming a chronic issue.
Spring is finally here and many of you have probably already hit the roads and trails on your bike. Don't let neck and back pain slow you down this season. Get tips on specific conditioning to keep you healthy and on your bike.
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can rock the foundation of the family structure as families process their grief for the loss of the family member that they once knew and come to accept and adjust to their new reality. Read the story of how one family learned to move forward.
Guy Edson knew that a lifetime of smoking was bad for his lungs, but a wakeup call came when he needed surgery to place a stent in his aorta. This American Heart Month, read Guy's story to learn how he quit smoking and turned his health around...and how you can too!