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3.28.18: Exercise Myths for Seniors

As you grow older, an active lifestyle is more important than ever. Regular exercise can help boost energy, maintain your independence, and manage symptoms of illness or pain. Senior exercise and fitness tips can even reverse some of the symptoms of aging. And not only...


3.26.18: Students Move to Stay Focused in School

Last week I was the volunteer “read aloud” parent for my younger son’s kindergarten class. I was able to see the benefit of movement-based brain breaks in real time. After we finished each book (about every 15 minutes over the two hours I was in...


3.22.18: Hangover Workouts – Yes or No?

Waking up in pain after a few too many the night before. We’ve all been there… But should you hit the gym or the running trails with a hangover? The advice varies - and it depends on exactly how much pain you’re in… YES Women’s Health says...


3.21.19: Age – Nothing But a Number in Fitness

No matter your age or physical condition, you can benefit from exercise. It is absolutely safe for seniors older than 65 years to exercise.. According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, almost all older people can benefit from additional physical activity. Regular exercise prevents chronic...


3.20.18 – Move More to be More Productive at Work

Human beings were not designed for a sedentary lifestyle. Our bodies are the product of evolution and for the vast majority of the billion-plus years life forms have been subject to evolution it’s safe to say they haven’t spent an average of seven hours a...


3.19.18: Meditation vs. Detention in Schools

Flashfit is founded on the principle that movement is a fundamental part of kids’ educations. Simple acts of motion - one minute at a time - provide children with a “brain break.” This helps them to focus their energy and retain more of what they...


3.14.18: Senior Fitness – More Than Just Exercise

The physical benefits of exercise for the over 65 set are well-documented. Group classes and apps can provide seniors with friendship, community, and accountability on top of cardio. Studies have demonstrated that strong social relationships lead to a longer life span. In the British Medical Journal,...


3.13.18: DNA Testing and Employee Wellness

Increasingly, U.S. workplaces are offering voluntary DNA testing as a way to understand risk and prevent potential health problems down the road. Employees who know their risk are better able to develop a risk management plan with their healthcare providers, which in some cases will...


3.12.18: Keeping Kids Active During School Breaks

Spring Break season is here - families are hitting the beach, hitting the slopes, or hanging at home. More unstructured time can lead to more screen time - we need to make sure our kiddos keep moving when gym class is not in session. American children...


3.7.18: Senior Communites: Booming with the Times

Regular exercise can help older adults stay independent and prevent many health problems that come with age.  The CDC 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans recommends two types of physical activity each week to improve health—aerobic and muscle-strengthening. Experts recommend that older adults engage in: Moderate exercise...

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