Tag Archive: Health Tip

FITNESS CHALLENGE

Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and your head aligned with your spine. Bend your arms slightly and let them hang down at your sides with your palms facing your body. Exhale while… Continue reading

WEIGHT CHALLENGE

Fitting just a couple of brisk walks into your day can make a difference to your health and your weight. Take a walk around your neighborhood, through a park, or along a favorite… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Get your eyes checked at least once a year if you wear glasses or contact lenses, or if you’re over the age of 40. Keeping your glasses and contact lenses up-to-date helps keep… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Water is a great choice for hydration. But after a long and hard workout, you may need to also replace minerals, carbs, and protein. Milk can do that. And it can help replace… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Life gets hectic, especially during the work week. And that can make sticking to healthy habits a little harder. Weekends can give you a chance to catch up. It may be a great… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

Most of us keep a running list of things we need to do. When life gets hectic, we put off many of those things, thinking we’ll tackle them when we have more time.… Continue reading

FITNESS CHALLENGE

Walking with a group can add value to your workout routine in a host of ways. It can boost motivation and accountability. It can help you stay safe. And it may make your… Continue reading

WEIGHT CHALLENGE

Losing or maintaining your weight is a very good reason to work out. But you may have other reasons. And keeping those reasons in mind can help boost your motivation to work out.… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

If you’re feeling sad or depressed, try taking a brisk 30-minute walk. Or, hit the gym, shoot some hoops with the kids, or go to a dance class. Working out releases chemicals in… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

Asking questions is how you show interest and show others that you care. Find out how your loved ones are feeling, how their jobs are going, how their families are doing. Ask them… Continue reading

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