Walking is great because it requires no gym membership and no extra equipment, which makes it a simple thing to add into your schedule since you can do it anywhere, anytime.
We go to work. We come home. We eat and we rest up. Even if we’re working out in the morning before heading to the office, sitting at a desk all day and then getting home and “resting” in front of the TV or a video console can be incredibly harmful to your heart.
Spring is here and summer is coming. Are you feeling the pressure? If you want to get your fitness routine started, consider teaming up with a friend.
Kindness. It is a concept that gets tossed around, placed into hashtags, yearned for and needed by many people. In a world where we’re often faced with increasing statistics of violence and less human interaction, the best types of kindness often come in the form of small, simple acts.
In an age of power-meetings and drive-thru lunches, self-care is a universal challenge for everyone. We need to break this chain of inactivity. How do we do this and where do we start?
Developing a corporate culture that encourages employees to take vacations is a crucial element of any wellness program. Getting away from it all isn’t only healthy for your team; your company reaps the benefits too.