The Journal of the American Medical Association reports that 1 in 4 US adults sit for more than 8 hours a day.1 If you’re an office worker who sits for extended periods of time, chances are your posture is suffering from it. While there is no “perfect posture”, you can still help your body stay pain free and increase your longevity by addressing these three common issues.
In my journey, there are two things pushing me daily to give back to my community and to live up to my high personal expectations. First, I do not want to have any regrets in my life. Second, I want to make a difference in the lives of others. By using self-reflection to ensure that both these obstacles are met, I continue to grow and develop as a future employee.
How many times have you said or heard “I don’t work out because I don’t have enough time?” This is one of the main excuses I have, and I keep hearing from friends, family, or even myself to actually not go to the gym. In this blog, I am going to discuss how to find the right time to work out, either at the gym or at home, and how to challenge your clients to find some spare time during the day to spend it exercising.
Pregnancy and exercise have always been a sensitive and controversial topic and thanks to the rise of social media, many exercising mothers have caught a ton of flack for their continued physical activity. However, recent studies have proven the benefits of exercise for both expecting mothers and their babies.
Do I need this new GPS watch? Will those shoes provide me with enough support? Will these spandex fight against the ever-so-aggravating chaffing? Would these racing flats boost me to a new PR? With so many new and improved gadgets, shoes, and apparel advertised daily, it’s hard to know what we truly need. Some items are worth the splurge, but some things you’d be better off saving your cash.