By: Erin Mahoney Physical activity, specifically exercise, promotes health and wellness; but exercise asmedicine is also a global health initiative. Managed by the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), Exercise is Medicine encourages physicians and healthcare providers to include fitness as part of larger healthcare treatment plans.
By: Erin Mahoney There’s a good chance you already have a smart watch, but do you know how to maximize your wearable technology for motivation? The device you have on your wrist is more than just to tell time and track your steps.
By: Erin Mahoney It’s easy to see the benefits of bodyweight workouts. They’re convenient, especially in times where you want to work out at home for social distancing reasons. However, bodyweight exercises are often overlooked as part of a traditional strength training or overall fitness program.
Yoga is one of the most beneficial whole body exercises for people of all ages and fitness levels. When practiced regularly, it can positively impact the mind, body, and soul.
By Jamie Miller Still have a little more holiday shopping to do? Whether you’re shopping for friends, family, or want a little something for yourself, our Village Clubs registered dietitian, Jamie Miller, has some fun gift ideas to help build a healthy kitchen.
With the holidays in full swing and another year coming to a close, stress levels are a tad higher. That’s why it’s more essential than ever to make time for self-care.
By Jamie Miller, Registered Dietician for The Village As many schools shift to online learning, there are a number of challenges that arise for families with this adjustment. Many parents find that an added headache to at-home schooling is feeding their child healthy meals.
By: Molly Smith Exercising for fitness is a great way to get the body in shape. But the benefits of exercise are so much more than just fitting into those skinny jeans.