You want to be in the best possible physical shape when you retire, so you can enjoy all your newfound time for fun and recreation!
Unfortunately, many women spend weeks, months, and even years with ineffective exercise routines—a waste of valuable energy and time.
Add a Mediterranean twist to your lunch with this easy and delicious chicken pita topped with olives and feta.
It’s no secret; we women are busy. Between work, family, and all the chores in between, it can be tough to fit exercise on the to-do list.
Here are some suggestions on how to share the health benefits of exercise with those closest to you.
This recipe is easy to prep and a sure-fire crowd pleaser, with grilled sweet pineapple, savory peppers and onions, healthy zucchini, and lean chicken.
Whether you are trying to shave a few inches off your waist, get stronger, improve your balance, prevent injury, or do all these things with your full body workout plan, there’s one exercise that checks off all the boxes—the inchworm.
You know that dieting will help you get to and maintain a healthy weight, but research suggests that weight management may also reduce your risk for Alzheimer’s disease.
If we don’t progress with a workout plan the right way or start out too hard, we can end up doing more harm than good, the result being injury or burnout. That’s why it’s so important to listen to your body when it comes not only to exercise, but to diet and other lifestyle habits you regularly engage in, too.