Weekly Practices

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Move It Biking Featured
Besides getting you from point A to point B, biking is an excellent form of exercise that can improve your physical health as well as save the environment from one more car on the road. This Monday, bike safely and reap the benefits.
Move It Endurance Featured
Incorporating regular aerobic workouts into your weekly fitness routine can help you stay healthy by reducing the risk of major health conditions such as obesity, heart disease, and high blood pressure.
Move It Positive Affirmations Feature
Positive affirmations can help motivate you to pursue new healthy habits and overcome existing challenges by replacing that little negative voice in the back of your head with words of encouragement.
SMART Move It Feature
When it comes to staying active, exercise is a necessity, but repeating the same workouts can get boring. That’s why it’s important to periodically update your personal fitness routine using the SMART approach.
Move It Gardening Feature
For aging and older populations, gardening provides a critical source of daily physical activity, so much so that the American Heart Association categorizes it as a good source of moderate exercise.
Move It Pushup Feature
Executing the standard push-up requires a certain amount of base strength and flexibility, but there are numerous variations available to individuals of all ages and fitness levels.
Move It Ergo Feature
Working from home doesn’t have to be a pain. There are movements and mini-workouts you can do throughout the day to spare your spine, lower back, and posture.
The  F.I.T.T. formula (frequency, intensity, type, and time) is a flexible exercise framework used to organize and manage your fitness routine. By altering one of the four variables, you can tailor your workout to meet specific fitness goals.
Move It Habit Stacking Featured
Many of us make coffee in the morning, and the brewing process takes between 5 – 10 minutes. During the time you wait for your coffee, you can easily add a new better-for-you behavior into your schedule, such as a few sets of high knees or light jogging in place.
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