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Trainer Kathleen Trotter shows you how this walking lunge and calf raise will help you gain the balance you need during every run. Watch the Video.
Face the wall and lift your arms up to chest height. Keep your arms straight as you place the back of your hands against the wall, fingers down. Read More.
With osteoarthritis, the phrase “use it or lose it” is particularly applicable. Exercise (when done right), can be an effective way to help minimize the pain associated with the condition. When you move your joints, you stimulate the production of synovial fluid, our bodies natural joint liner. The more synovial fluid you produce, the more lubricated your joints will be. Read More.
Watch as trainer Kathleen Trotter shows you how to make your hamstrings more powerful, which can help you run faster. Watch the video.
The answer: Absolutely! In fact, one of the reasons I love my job is the endless number of exercises and training methods that are available. Once you start exploring, you can end up down a rabbit hole filled with fun fitness variations. Read More
Everyone has health habits that they find hard to stick to. People who successfully make long-term lifestyle changes aren’t usually successful the first time. They don’t succeed by being perfect, they succeed because they persevere. Health is a process — a non-linear one at that — that takes daily dedication. Read More.
Place your feet hip-distance apart and parallel on the floor. Engage your bum and core to lift your hips up. Keep your kneecaps in line with your middle toes. Repeat 10 to 15 times. Read More.