Fitness: This Civic Duty Leads To Affordable Healthcare
Healthcare is not how many drugs you can get and for how cheap. The right to receive Medicare carries a duty to preserve and protect your healthy body. Making yourself sick due to poor diet and lack of exercise is the opposite of being a good citizen. As an American put your personal “I can” into making your life healthy and lower healthcare costs due to decreased need to utilize benefits. Serve your country without being a soldier. Shut up, work out, and eat right. It’s your civic duty.How to Overcome Obstacles Towards an Active LifeStyle
Regular physical activity helps you improve your mood, feel more energetic and gives you the energy you need to get through your busy day. Being active helps to reduce stress, calm the mind, and improve your sense of wellbeing.How To Get And Feel Healthier While Sitting At Your Desk
Not everyone has the opportunity to benefit from ergonomically designed furniture at work, so here are a few tips, stretches and exercises that can be done at work, while sat at your desk. This should help relieve the tension that can build up as a result of sitting and staring at a computer screen for prolonged periods of time.Digital Nomads, Keep Fit When You’re Travelling!
If you’re a Digital Nomad, and the header got your attention, then read on. Because, as a fellow nomad myself, I know too well how hard it is to keep fit when you’re constantly bumping around on the road, meeting new peeps, and drinking 10 cent beers until the cows come home in developing countries. The last thing you think about when having this jet set lifestyle, travelling around is keeping fit.Simple 5-Step Plan for Healthy Exercise
Are you overwhelmed by the dizzying array of exercise choices out there? Not sure what’s “right” for you and your goals? It really doesn’t have to be so difficult to become a healthy “mover”. Here’s a simple overview of how you can incorporate a variety of movement in your life to create an overall healthy, happy lifestyle.