Working from home can be harder than it seems. We get it – so we’re serving up our best tips for keeping active and healthy when you’re stuck in the home office.
Wondering what’s the key to optimized performance? You might say it is balance. You have to balance your hard workouts with recovery, balance the good and bad stress in your life, balance work / play / family time. You also need to find balance in your nutrition – particularly in your electrolyte levels.
Potassium is the 3rd most abundant mineral in our bodies. While clinical potassium deficiency is uncommon, the vast majority of us don’t get enough potassium daily.
As the COVID-19 continues to spread, we are also reminded that cold and flu season is still in full swing. We’re taking a moment to remind our partners that staying hydrated can help your body remove toxins from your system.
People with diabetes are able to enjoy a regular, and even competitive, exercise program much like other athletes. In general, exercise will lower blood sugar levels in everyone, including diabetics; however, diabetics have specific challenges with exercise and maintaining their blood sugar levels.
According to Reader’s Digest, the most popular New Year Resolutions include losing weight, spending less, getting organized, learning something new… While these are all well and good, they don’t really inspire us so we decided to write our own.