A new school year is beginning, and we begin migrating to an indoor place of work. This move of scenery becomes more sedentary and void of natural light for many Americans. Although it may be hard to find a job or class that will allow you to work outside, you don’t have to give up your physical activity goals. As a matter of fact, you now have the opportunity to get creative with activity and make it fun for yourself. Furthermore, by doing so, you may even attract other employees to join you in your goals!
As a human race, we began without shoes. Then, we developed more cushioning throughout time. Now, we seem to be trending towards minimalist/barefoot shoes again. For example, at Urban Fitness Studio, we recommend individuals to […]
With so many options for beverages, we still find ourselves living dehydrated. Additionally, we sometimes consume drinks that actually make us even more dehydrated! So, what should we be drinking, how much of it, and […]
Flexibility and Balance INstride, August 2016 Check out what we have to say about the important relationship between balance and flexibility, and how to improve flexibility for optimal movement. Featured in the August 2016 edition […]
Mindfulness Plated: Feed Your Senses As we work towards a healthier lifestyle, what should be one of the first and most ongoing tasks is connecting our mind and body. There is no shortage of things […]