Fitness for Procrastinators – Working Out 30 Seconds at a Time

L ike many professional procrastinators, I never put off what I needed to do by engaging in some trivial, mindless activity. No, I put off important work by getting engaged in something else equally important. Look

Getting “Back” to Basics: Three Things All Adults Should Know About Back Pain

A staggering 80% of Americans complain about back pain, and it remains one of the most common causes for missing work.  Even the words “back pain,” mean vastly different things to different people.  For some, it


I wish I could bottle the feeling I get when I finish teaching.  It’s partially endorphins; I do complete at least part of the workout when I teach.  But I know there’s so much more.

Playing Through Head Pain? Not the Wisest Decision! A Concussion Education for Fitness Lovers

T his past September I finally acquiesced to an amusement park trip to celebrate my daughter’s birthday.  (She’s been asking for years.)  I drove nearly 200 miles with two giggling tweens in the backseat.  They had