The holidays…family parties, endless shopping, a myriad of social events and a source of stress and anxiety for many. Because your schedule can quickly become filled at this time of year, it is important to take the time for balanced self-care.
What happens after the gym is just as important as what happens inside the gym. To see workout results, you must optimize what you do afterwards.
Not only does hiking strengthen muscles and extend endurance, it offers an opportunity to see some beautiful views and build friendships.
While strength training and cardio are front runners in the health and fitness space, flexibility is a key (and often overlooked) component of the equation.
Learn how skiing can benefit your cardiovascular, muscular and mental health.
There are so many health trends and so many workout options that it may be overwhelming to choose how and where to get started.
Don’t let a vacation become a major setback in your fitness plan.
Our brains crave order. Decluttering your life can trickle good vibes down to your day, your week and your year.
Float Tank Therapy puts a pause on all five senses. Angie Comer bravely tests to evaluate the health benefits.
We can’t stop the aging process—at least not yet—but we can slow it down.
It’s time to turn over a new leaf (or pillow) and practice a new mantra—“If you win the morning, you win the day.”
The holiday season is full of joy—and stress. Stay calm, stress-free and focused during this holiday season.