It all started in 2014. Zoellick was 58 years of age and his wife was 57. He didn’t like the way he felt and with body aches and pain. Plus, he was experiencing weight gain and his doctors were constantly increasing doses of his high blood pressure and cholesterol prescriptions.
Neck Rotations – Sit upright with your shoulders down. Look straight ahead. Slowly turn your head towards your left shoulder as far as is comfortable. Hold for 5 seconds and return to the starting position.
Support your gut health with probiotics. Probiotics are microorganisms (such as lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium) that when consumed (as in a food or a dietary supplement) maintains or restores beneficial bacteria to the digestive tract (Merriam-Webster Dictionary).
Four Strength Training Workouts for Women Over 50. Basic Squat – Stand tall with your feet hip-distance apart. Your hips, knees, and toes should all be facing forward. (Hold dumbbells in hands to make it harder).
March is National Nutrition Month®! This month highlights eating well and staying physically active. If you’re looking for some tasty options between your main meals for the day, consider these recommendations from the American Diabetes Association.
After pregnancy many moms want to regain strength and muscle tone. Practice these simple workout moves to ease back into exercise.
Since February is American Heart Month®, we wanted to explore one of our favorite exercises for cardiovascular health—Cycling!
10-minute warm-up (jumping jacks, high knees, run in place, mountain climbers, planks), 5 sets of push-ups, and more
Support your heart health through diet and exercise. Let’s explore how reducing your salt (sodium) intake can be good for your heart.
Exercise is a vital tool that can be used to enhance your overall wellness. Read these mental health benefits that can occur when you increase your level of physical activity:
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