Dance into Good Health with Zumba
The hum-drum traditional exercise models, such as the elliptical machine, a staple for a solid cardio workout, can begin to feel like a hamster spinning on its wheel. So, the question becomes how to make working out fun again. For some, the answer is the dance workout trend Zumba.
What’s your stance? Why a standing desk might be a good idea
There is a relatively new product that has begun to be featured in many offices that might live up to some of the hype: Standing desks.
At-Home Beginner Workouts for Study Breaks
Life University students are no strangers to hitting the books, especially with finals on the horizon. That said, a healthy body equals a healthy mind, so it is important to get the body moving periodically in order to perform at your best. It’s necessary to have some quick exercises that you can do at home to feel more energized and healthier while studying or anytime you need a boost. Look at some beginner workout moves you can use when you need to move.
Chiropractic Care Propelling Sports Performance
Competitive sports and chiropractic care go hand in hand. In fact, here at Life University, we commonly encounter students who originally developed an interest in chiropractic as a profession due to care received as high school or collegiate student-athletes. So it’s an interesting concept to consider that consistent chiropractic care might not only offer healing and recovery benefits, but also could contribute to improved sports performance.
Through the Eyes of Runners: A Conversation with Cathy Tillery & Gustavo Duran
Fizzy Drinks and Empty Calories
As our blog has touched on many times, staying healthy and feeling your best requires monitoring and maintaining a lot of little interconnected habits from regular exercise, to our diet to simply how we hold ourselves in the world. Today we are going to look at one of these habits that many people struggle with: fizzy drinks with empty calories.
For a Happy, Healthy Heart
Utilizing Campus Recreation and Wellness – Fitness Center
Sometimes motivation comes from an inspiring message, or a new discovery, or a role model. Sometimes, however, motivation comes from asking yourself a tough question and answering honestly. Without more ado, ask yourself: How long has it been since I have been to the Life University Fitness Center?
Lauren Johnson, always an outspoken proponent of exercise, decided to make Life University the setting for the next phase in her education. After obtaining a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Georgia State University, Johnson is now pursuing a master’s degree in Clinical Nutrition at LIFE.