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1.25.18: Millennials – Entitled to Health

Your folks may think that a Netflix and chill lifestyle may be killing you slowly. We have binge watching, Hygge nesting, nap queens on Instagram. But the reality is that Millennials work out more than their Gen X and Boomer predecessors - 76% weekly compared...


1.24.18: A Flash History of Fitness

Physical activity trends have certainly changed over the past 50 years. From calisthenics to jogging to aerobics, follow us on a journey to health. Sources: Ideafit, NY Times ...


1.22.18: Healthy Bodies Start in Childhood

Daily physical activity in childhood and adolescence promotes health and well-being for life and prevents a number of bad health conditions. Only 22% of kids 5-17 get the minimum, recommended 60 minutes of exercise per day. What does this mean for kids? Staying Fit Can: Lower...


1.18.18: Working Fitness Into Your Busy Day

Technology can help you easily integrate fitness into your hectic lifestyle. But to really make a change and move toward holistic wellness, consider a two-fold approach: movement and meals.   Movement: This year, over 76% of Americans are interested in increasing their fitness through moving more. This doesn’t...


1.17.18: Top 12 Apps for Baby Boomers

The right mix of technology and apps can help seniors in myriad ways, allowing you to: keep your minds active and engaged, get connected, be on top of news and events, pay bills, set reminders, and stay entertained. Here are our top recommendations for folks...


1.15.18: How Much Exercise Do Kids Need?

According to experts at the CDC and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, kids between the ages of 6 and 17 should get a minimum of 1 hour of physical activity every day. This 60 minutes can be a mix the following types of...


1.11.18 – Healthy Aging in Minutes a Day

As an older adult, regular movement is one of the most crucial steps you can take to improve and maintain your health. Even the most simple physical activity can prevent so many of the health problems that sneak up on us with age, and can...

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