Health and Fitness Archive
In a society where over 69% of all adults over 20 are overweight, Allison Gingras discusses her own battle and how she is looking to new technologies and a few weight conscious apps for a little extra
Don't be afraid to start running! There are apps out there to help those of us who haven't done it before, and it's not as hard as you might think to get underway!
Are you the type of person who adds things to your to-do list so you can cross them off? Do you like techie toys? Was one of your goals to get healthier this
Read how Sarah Damm overcame her fear and doubt and accomplished something she never expected to do, ever, while at the same time learning valuable lessons that can apply to a multitude of life situations.
Meg Matenaer feels the call to get in shape after watching the winter Olympics. But is it even possible?
Struggling with your health related resolutions? Check out the new movement "SoulCore".
Lisa Hendey offers her initial review of the Fitbit Flex, a great tool for getting more healthy in the New Year.
Laura Buller answers a burning question in her heart...one mile at a time!
Traveling During The Holidays? Lynn Bode shares Top 10 tips to stick to your workouts and reduce stress.
This year has been a roller coaster of emotions for me. A year ago I was a full time stay-at-home mom to my three rambunctious boys under the age of 4. I had a burning desire to
Deanna Bartalini educates us on the symptoms and risk factors of Ovarian Cancer - educate yourself to stay healthy!
Learn how giving up control helped Deanna Bartalini grow mentally, spiritually and physically.
I frequently compare myself to others and find myself lacking. I do this with my spiritual life, professional life, personal life, as a mother, and at the gym. About the only area of my life I rarely
I have taken on a huge commitment. Like most people, this isn’t the first time I’ve made a commitment that feels at times very overwhelming. I am married, I have children, I have a few degrees, a
“I’m too busy”. That’s the reason that most people cite when referencing why that don’t exercise. You probably hear people say this nearly every day. Heck, you may even tell yourself that to justify why you went