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.
By Jamie Miller, Registered Dietician for The Village The summer of social distancing is ending and slowly, but surely, life is seeming to return to a bit of what once was.
By Molly Cerreta Smith For many people, coronavirus gym closures and quarantine requirements threw regular workout routines right out the window.
Whether you plan to rock the Classic Blue Pantone color of the year, or dye your roots neon in Billie Eilish fashion, it’s important to give your hair a little hair TLC. Here are some healthy hair tips and an overnight hair mask to help damaged hair heal.
Many people tend not to wash their hair every day for a variety of reasons. It can be to maintain your freshly colored hair, environmental consciousness to reduce water consumption (go you!), or simply the daily struggle to find time.
The coronavirus crisis has been a wake-up call for all of us, bringing with it unhealthy levels of anxiety and stress. We completely understand why our members are being cautious as they consider how to reintegrate working out and practicing yoga into their daily lives.
We all know that having a commitment to fitness is a healthy way to live. I became connected to fitness at a very young age – on the playground, when I would race my classmates. Being fast and strong just made me feel good.
When hitting the gym or the great outdoors for a good sweat session, it’s important to dress for the occasion. Comfort and functionality should be of the utmost importance when selecting great workout clothes.
How can you help your kids eat healthier? A large part of healthy kid nutrition is related to adequate levels of physical activity Kids who are active do a better job making healthier food choices when compared to non-active or less-active kids.