The new year is a great time for a fresh start, but some resolutions are harder than others. Here are four resolutions that are easy to keep and will still improve your quality of life:
As exam week approaches and students go into exam mode, crunch time for studying followed by even more studying creates immense amounts of unwanted stress.
A boxing workout is a great way to increase stamina, strength and speed. The workouts that are used by boxers are often intense and vary in the activities that are done. Here are just a few components that could get you started with this great form of exercise and a weekly plan.
It is easy to sit down on the couch, turn on the TV and binge a show. Hours can pass in the blink of an eye, and then there’s no time to get in a workout. The couch potato life is tempting but unhealthy. Below are a few exercises you can do while living out your couch-potato dreams.
There are always people looking to lose weight fast. The constant need for fitness shortcuts leads to popular diets that usually come with health consequences. These diets are known as “fad diets” and are not the way to go when hoping to lose weight.
With spring approaching, the weather should be warming up, bringing the ability to go outside and exercise. Hiking is a great way to get moderate exercise and there are several great places to hike around campus.
Resistance bands can be a nice addition to an exercise plan due to the different muscles that they trigger that aren’t normally worked in other lifts and moves. One body part that is important to work out but isn’t always given attention happens to be the glute muscles, or booty. For this week’s Fitness Friday, […]
It is an accepted fact by most people in today’s society that routine exercise is good for one’s health. While there are many types of exercise, one that seems to be skipped over by many women is weight training or lifting. Several common reasons appear when asking around for why more women are prone to […]