Whether you prefer to exercise indoors or out, there are products out on the market that can enhance your routine. From clothing to small gadgets to convenient ways to carry your phone and keys, I’ve gathered some easy-to-use wearable fitness products that might make exercise more enjoyable.
There are tons of items available on the market for those looking to improve their strength or maximize their workouts regardless of their fitness skill level. I’ve curated some fitness products that I think you might enjoy using before, during and after your workouts so you can make the most of them.
It’s important to know that when you do have time and want to keep your body active, you can do so in a way that doesn’t require a lot of time or money. I’ve gathered five fitness programs for different ages that can be done in small spaces with minimal to little equipment.
We’ve all been there … patting ourselves on the back for working out and eating better, and then wham, you go on vacation or attend an out-of-town wedding that throws your schedule, eating and fitness habits out of whack. I’ve gathered suggestions for programs, exercises and some kits you can use to avoid sabotaging the efforts you’ve worked hard at. That way you can still feel like you’re enjoying yourself during your time away.
Striving to go to the gym for abstract reasons like “preventing heart disease” or “trying to get toned” doesn’t tend to work over time. Here are some ways to determine your motivation so you can keep your fitness commitment to yourself for the long haul.
The “March Your Way to Fitness” Challenge runs March 1-31 and will be a fun way to get active for at least one hour daily, make better food choices, drink more water and take better care of your health. Sign up today! Everyone who joins the challenge will be entered for a chance to win a fitness tracker to keep the momentum going all year!
Being able to stay in shape from the comfort of your own home, at your own pace and in your own time helps you cut the excuses and make your fitness a priority again. Check out four of the top home fitness programs.
A lot of New Year’s resolutions have to do with getting fit and staying active. We can sit on the couch and use our phones for endless selfies while eating candy bars, or we can use our phones to help stay healthy.
Are you intent on keeping that New Year’s resolution to get in shape or stay fit? You can use the phone in your pocket to stay on track.
There’s a stereotype when it comes to yoga: It’s a trendy fitness fad for the young who can contort their bodies with relative ease. While yoga is gaining popularity in America, it’s not just for the young. Yoga is good for people of all ages and fitness levels, including seniors.