Tax time can be very stressful and not just for the people preparing the returns. Positive coping mechanisms are one method that people use to deal with the increased tax time stress. According to the Mayo Clinic, stress can effect you in the following ways: Headaches, muscle tension […]Read more
1. Hula Hooping
2. Jumping Rope
3. Skating and Scooting
4. Boggying Down (Dancing)
5. Playing Frisbee
6. Walking – or Hiking- the Dog
7. Playground Playtime
8. Tag, You’re It, and Other Outdoor Games
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It’s a gentle, low-impact form of exercise that’s easy, free and suitable for people of all ages and most abilities. Here’s why it’s so good for you
1. It strengthens your heart
Regular walking has been shown to […]Read more
The boot camp workouts made popular in the early millennium have given way to the next level in themed total-body training programs based on Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) competitions.
What is it?: These programs, which have grown in profile because of the popularity of […]Read more
Many nutrition experts are proponents of at-home juicing for a number of reasons. Juicing is a great way to get nutrition including healthy enzymes and vitamins.
1. Less Expensive. Juicing some fruits and vegetables provides more bang for the buck than buying ready-made […]Read more
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How Does Exercise Relieve Stress?
If you don’t have a very active lifestyle, and often feel strangled by stress and depression, you may want to take note.
Here is the main […]Read more