If hurrying through your day is a normal occurrence, if your family’s schedule is overbooked month after month, and if you can’t remember the last time you enjoyed quality family time, read on.
Posted in Puritan's Pride Health Spotlight
Tagged academic performance, after-dinner walks, balance, carbohydrates, children, chores, concentration, exercise, family, fit, fitness, fuel, fun, healthy foods, hide and seek, hopscotch, hula hoop challenge, jump rope, jumping jack contest, nature hikes, physical activities, physical health, playground, problem solving, protein, relay races, scavenger hunt, soccer games, strong bonds, vitamins and minerals, weekend bike rides
When you think of exercise and fitness, what is the first thing that comes to mind? For me, it has always been running, probably because I marvel at folks who can hit the pavement and just go. Perhaps because it’s something that I’ve never been comfortable doing (the jarring impact is too much for my joints), or perhaps it’s the sleek runner’s body that I so jealously admire.
Posted in Healthy Men, Healthy Over 50, Healthy Women
Tagged balance, endurance, exercise, fitness, flexibility, heart heath, muscles, strength, the four types of fitness, tone, yoga