Weekly Practices

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Make Monday an occasion to try some mindful walking when you need to de-stress for a few minutes between activities.
Regardless of your age or ability level, getting active—whether it’s walking, jogging, stretching, strolling, or rolling—can positively impact your physical and mental wellbeing and lead to a better quality of life.
Music and exercise go together like peanut butter and jelly. Do you have a favorite workout playlist? It’s worth putting one together. Exercising to music has some big, scientifically-proven benefits
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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.
Exercising from bed sounds too good to be true, but with bed yoga, it’s possible to start your morning with a rejuvenating workout from the comfort of your mattress. Because it can be practiced on a soft surface, bed yoga is an accessible exercise for people of all ages a...
Warming up and cooling down are two important components of every fitness routine—here's how can you use them to improve the quality of your workout.
What you eat before and after you exercise is almost as important as the workout itself. Food gives you the energy necessary to be active and focused, and it also provides the nutrients required to build muscle and bone strength, as well as help the body recover post work...
If it’s not walking weather, you can still keep moving. There are plenty of indoor options to help you stay fit this Monday and throughout the week.
Exercise is vital to a healthy life. But, it can be difficult to make time for it with a busy schedule. Learn some ideas to fit fitness into your daily routine.
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