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May 23, 2019

Sitting still for long periods, as office workers do, can lead to extreme physical discomfort and long-term health ramifications. Non-ergonomic office furniture can exacerbate the problem by forcing the spine and shoulders into awkward postures. According to Psychology Today, extensive sitting can also contribute to chronic pain while impacting both neck and back health over time.

According to the Canadian Centre for Occupational and Health Safety (Canada’s OSHA), sitting long hours reduces circulation, which leads to fatigue. Sedentary lifestyles also worsen cardiovascular health, cholesterol levels and blood sugar, according to WebMD.

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December 11, 2018

Have you ever experienced the irritable sensation of crawling, tingling or cramping with the intense urge to constantly move your legs, especially in the evenings? If so, there is a chance you’ve experienced Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS). According to WebMD, it is a common condition that affects nearly ten percent of the population.

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November 27, 2018

Founded on September 22, 1949, American Business Women’s Day was created by the American Business Women’s Association to bring to light the accomplishments of the millions of diverse U.S. women workers and business owners in the workplace. After 70 years, women have made leaps and bounds of progress compared to a time when they couldn’t even vote. Now we are sitting in a time where more women are taking a seat at the table and becoming founders and leaders, instead of just taking the administrative and supportive roles.

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August 31, 2018

If you want to improve your posture, you need to start by strengthening your core. Here are four easy core exercises that will help you stand a little straighter.

Did you know that if you want to improve your posture you need to work your abdominal muscles? It seems counter-intuitive that the muscles attached to the front of your body would have such an impact on your back, but it’s true. Your core muscles are the center of your body and help not only with your stomach but also wrap around and assist your spine. If you’re looking to improve your posture, the first place you want to focus on is your core. Here are four simple exercises from WebMD that will strengthen your core and, in return, improve your posture. Read More

June 22, 2018
Great outdoors month

How do you enjoy the outdoors during the summer? If you need a few ideas, keep reading for our suggestions!

June is National Outdoors Month, the perfect time to enjoy the fresh air and sunshine before it gets too hot in the weeks to come. Whether you’ve been staying active all winter long or you need to take things easy, there are a plethora of ways you can enjoy the great outdoors. Need some ideas? Keep scrolling for a few! Read More

July 14, 2017

Want to energize your workout routine and try something more creative? Try a stability ball! It’s amazing what a colorful rubber ball can do for your body. Stability balls (also known as Swiss balls) are great exercise tools that are more than just fun to roll around on; the simple act of sitting on an exercise ball requires you to engage your core muscles. Below we’ve compiled a few of our favorite stability ball exercises to build strength and improve balance.

Have you ever tried a stability ball?

5 Stability Ball Workouts

  1. Lower Ab Crunch

Are you struggling to find workout routines that cater to your lower abs? We’ve found one! To do this, lie flat on the floor with your arms at your side and your calves resting on the stability ball. Lift your backside up (without arching your back) and while your hips are raised, bend your knees and roll the ball forward until your feet lie flat on the exercise ball. Slowly return to starting position. Repeat this workout 15 times.

  1. Squat and Reach

To complete this workout, hold the stability ball with straight arms so it’s level with your face. Squat down slowly and twist to the left, bringing the ball down to where it’s above your left foot. Hold this position for three deep breaths, then untwist the torso and return to your starting position. Repeat this 10-15 times, switching sides after each rep.  Read More

June 30, 2017

Having a job is a fact of life, but there are many things you can do to make the experience better. Luckily, the workday will pass by quicker if you find ways small ways to boost your focus and stay active at work. Sitting at a desk all day can have unintended health consequences, so adding some fitness into the workday can help prolong your life! Read on for several ways to say active at work, even during short breaks.

Lack time for exercise? Read this post for advice!

4 Simple Ways to Exercise in the Office

  1. Ditch the Elevator – And Take the Stairs!

Many people overlook this simple way to fit some extra cardio activity in their day. If you work in a building with multiple floors, consider taking the stairs up each time instead of the elevator. The small addition of cardio will help energize you for the workday, plus the extra little bit of exercise can help you shed a few pounds. If you use a pedometer and track steps, you’d be surprised how many extra you can sneak in by trying this!

  1. Set Reminders to Get Up and Move

When you’re deep in the zone for a work project, it can be hard to remember the last time you took a break. Set yourself computer reminders and alarms to take a small walk, get a glass of water and stretch your legs. At the minimum, make sure to take a proper lunch break, ideally stepping outside for a short walk.

  1. Plan Your Activities for Maximum Office Movement

Surely you have to move around the office during the day for various activities. An easy way to get some extra exercise at work is to plan your movement around the office so you walk the long way to the water cooler, print documents at the furthest printer and take a stroll near the window. The added steps are good for your body and can help break up a monotonous office routine. Read More

May 26, 2017

When’s the last time you went for a bike ride? The beautiful spring days practically beg for a cycling trip; did you know May is National Bike Month? With summer quickly approaching, this is the perfect time to give your trusty bicycle a tune-up, dust off your helmet from winter and get moving! Whether you are biking for pleasure with your family or prefer to use a bike as your daily transportation, nearly anyone can enjoy the many benefits the sport can offer your body as it is a great low-impact cardio activity.

What is National Bike Month?

A holiday first established in 1956 and sponsored by the League of American Bicyclists, May’s National Bike Month is celebrated around the country throughout the month. In addition to supporting the idea of increasing your fitness routine, it is also meant to encourage those new to bicycling to give it a try and spread the word about the benefits of staying active. Taking up cycling can positively impact your life and the world around you; read on to learn how.

4 Morning Sweat Benefits: Why You Should Bike to Work

Does part of your morning routine include a workout or light sweat session? Maybe it should. There are many reasons to make time for exercise in the morning and although it may be a hard habit to begin, you’ll soon be enjoying the benefits. Luckily the longer daylight hours in spring and summer make it easier to wake up early for exercise; here are four reasons to get a light workout in before heading (hopefully biking!) to the office. Read More

May 12, 2017

Surely you’ve heard about the benefits of walking, whether for leisure, physical therapy or to get some activity in during a long day at the office. Both walking and running can help internal organs function smoothly, but which one is right for you? We’re frequently asked whether running or walking is better for heart, joint and overall body health, so read on where we dive into several reasons why walking is just as good, if not better, for your body than running.

Is walking or running a better choice?

Walking vs. Running: The Breakdown

Walking Encourages a Healthy Heart

One of the major benefits of walking at least 30 minutes each day is improved heart function. Regular aerobic activity can keep your whole body looser and you’ll begin to feel more energetic. In addition to lowering rates of heart disease and cholesterol, walking can also help regulate blood pressure and reduce the risk of heart attack or stroke.

Walking Lowers Stress Levels

Studies show that running may put stress on your immune system, which can be detrimental to heart heath. While it may help to burn fat, you also risk losing muscle tissue. One of the greatest benefits of walking is it’s easy on your body and still allows those of all ages to be active outside; it’s an activity you can sustain throughout your lifetime. Read More

April 28, 2017

Wearable fitness devices come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, each with the ability to help you transform your exercise schedule and improve your daily life. The technology has allowed users to do amazing things; wearables have the ability to track data while you sleep, can tell when you enter your REM cycle and help you plan the time needed for maximum rest. Other options offer GPS location services, show weekly goals, categorize your exercise habits and even sync to your phone to deliver text messages.

There’s a clear need for technology that helps us improve our health; according to Fitness Magazine, “A stream of research suggests that the other 23 hours when you’re not working out are crucial in dictating how healthy you are and your weight fate. A 2010 study of 123,216 people, published in the American Journal of Epidemiology, found that the more leisure time spent sitting, the higher the risk of premature death: Women who sat for more than six hours a day were 37 percent more likely to die prematurely than those who sat for less than three hours, no matter how much other physical activity they got.”

What options do we recommend, and how can you make the most of these devices? Keep reading for the full guide. Read More

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