We know exercising helps us age more gracefully, but how about working our minds? Life-long or later-learning has definite health benefits.
Matters of the mind, body & spirit
Did you know one hour of exercise a day won’t put a dent in the negative side effects of too much sitting? It’s true. But you can fight it!
Self-care is essential. Use this December calendar to prioritize your health and wellness this holiday season. Even rest time can be scheduled!
It’s amazing how healthy Grayson’s lifestyle is now, thanks to the motivation of his children and a welcoming fitness community—plus a LOT of hard work.
Knowledge is power! Here are four fitness and nutrition books we recommend, to help you evaluate options to determine what’s right and sustainable for you.
To begin creating a good pregnancy health plan, you must start by separating fact from fiction. Here are three pregnancy myths that need to be debunked!
Exercise is often harder to continue, but no less important, as you age. Read this interview for tips to help seniors prioritize their health and mobility.
Parents have to take care of themselves in order to care for their children. Stormy is a prime example—who has made remarkable strides for her daughter.
It’s not easy finding exercise time as a parent. But Jack has managed to prioritize his health every day since a scare, and his entire family is benefiting.
Two doctors are driving cross-country—stopping at 10 Anytime Fitness gyms—to share how men can overcome their excuses for taking care of their health.