Use this EXOS planner to develop a heart-smart workout based on your current cardio performance level. Approach this challenge with a 4-pillar foundation: mindset, nutrition, movement, and recovery.
The first quarter of a new year is a great time to start anew tracking your progress against health goals. Focus on what the EXOS four pillars of human performance – mindset, nutrition, movement, and recovery – can do for you with these simple strategies for success.
Many of us approach “getting healthy” like an unpleasant task we’d rather put off for another day. It may seem overwhelming to face so many messages in the media, on our social feeds, and in our everyday lives that offer conflicting messages about what “getting healthy” really means, or how we even begin.
You may be familiar with the phrase, “perception is reality,” and it’s never more true than when developing a healthy mindset.
Lots of Americans will be wearing pink this month in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Awareness also includes doing your part to learn more about how a healthy lifestyle can help prevent breast cancer, and many other types of cancers.
It’s time to celebrate the work you’ve done to improve your health and fitness. Take a moment to think about all you’ve accomplished this year. Then, add one new healthy change from the following list of strategies from EXOS as you look ahead to the next season’s challenge!
Most people want to feel and look better to improve their daily lives and their ability to move without fatigue or injury. Achieving that goal requires a balanced approach to improving overall health.
While the game of golf isn’t fast-paced, it still requires movement and weight-bearing activity, sometimes for hours at a time. That can be a great workout, but don’t underestimate the strain that 18 holes of golf can put on your body.
Slouching places undue stress on areas of your body that weren’t meant to handle it. Over time, your muscles tighten from compensating and your joints begin to ache from the pressure, which can lead to injury and chronic pain.
Many people equate regular exercise with good health, but for different reasons. For most of us, achieving or maintaining a healthy weight is our number one reason for establishing a regular exercise regimen. What you may not know is that other benefits of regular exercise could be even more impactful on building a healthy lifestyle....