Know Your Nutrition Numbers for Fiber and Sugar

There are many variables that you can look at when you’re trying to get your diet under control especially during the cold “hibernation” months of winter. Rather than trying to count calories or eat specific macronutrients, become more aware of your fiber intake and the amount of added sugar you’re consuming each day. Gaining more knowledge and having a better understanding in these two areas could significantly improve your health and well-being.

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Is 10-Minutes of Jumping Rope Equivalent to 30-Minutes of Running?

There was a report that was circulating recently regarding how 10-minutes of jumping rope is equivalent to running 30-minutes.

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Mindfulness. A Path to Health and Happiness.

We are all so busy these days.  Running from one thing to the next, being pulled in multiple directions, and it seems we are rarely more than an arm’s reach away from our phones which connect us constantly to…. everything.  Text messages, emails, news alerts…

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What Type of Exercise Does Your Body Need as You Age?


We all have different needs when it comes to exercise and those needs continue to change as we age. When was the last time you really thought about your exercise routine, and more importantly, are you experiencing gains with your current program? Maybe what worked once at an earlier age for whatever reasons does not seem to work now.

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Flexibility, Mobility, & Stability

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When you hear the word ‘joints’ it is typically used to refer to pain or stiffness. However, even though we idly comment on the state of a singular body part, it is important to remember that all parts of our body are one.

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