Sometimes just showing up at the gym or setting out for a run is work in itself it. And while props to us all who stay committed to our healthy lifestyles even on days when we don’t want to, we might find ways to take short cuts and just get a quick workout in. That
Just because you don’t have a gym membership doesn’t mean you can’t work out. Sure you can take your workout outside, going for a run, jog, bike ride or even some yoga in your backyard, but winter months have many just wanting to bundle up on the couch. Netflix binge anyone??? But even those snowed
By Caitlin Boyle for Discover and Play Practiced for thousands of years by billions of people, yoga is an umbrella term for many styles that suit different needs and appeal to different people. Here’s a breakdown of the five most common types of yoga practiced in America: Hatha: Hatha yoga is the perfect style for
Balance is one of the keys to living a healthy life. In our own individual journeys, we experience different struggles and triumphs that are uniquely ours, molding us into the people we become. Running reminds me a lot of this journey. We learn that when we put our minds to something, we can achieve it.
Many people can remember hula hooping in their childhood, hips moving around in circles, finding that strength and balance to prevent the hoop from hitting the floor. While hula hooping was a fun activity in our youth, fitness experts are bringing the toy back and incorporating it into workouts. Traditionally used as a circus prop