Tagged in "fitness"

Fitness regimes, advice, and trends in the Longevity health and wellness sphere.

Healthy and Healthy for You are Two Different Things

Ann Musico
in Culture

If you were to go on ten different health or weight loss websites, you are likely to find ten different approaches to achieving your goal. One may stress that going vegetarian or vegan is the best die...

How a Work Related Back Injury Affected More Than My Health

Philip P.
in Entertainment

I had always known of the safety regulations at work—watching those boring videos about onsite safety and procedures. It wasn't until I experienced my own work-related back injury that I realized the ...

After The Cure

Lauren Gargiulo
in Culture

I grew up with a heart condition. From the ages 12 to 17 I spent my time in waiting rooms, emergency rooms, and laying on my bed unable to speak because of the amount of pain I was in. I was the kid i...

Nine Years

J.C. Marie
in Culture

When I was around 12 years old, I began experiencing some back pain. Nothing serious, but deep aches and soreness that would hang around for a few hours before disappearing. Always in my lower back, b...

Raising the Barre

Ben Edgell
in Culture

As I get closer to my 100th class at the Pure Barre-Near West End, I find myself reflecting on the importance of being open to new experiences and opportunities no matter how out of your comfort zone ...

Transverse Myelitis: My Journey

Kimberly Hoare-Styles
in Culture

I've spent the last year and a half or so balanced on a precipice waiting to hear as to whether or not I actually have Multiple Sclerosis or not. After being admitted to William Osler Hospital in Nove...

Resistance Training for Women

Emily Holland
in Buyer's Guide

Resistance bands are made of strong, thin rubber with handles at the end or just look like a giant elastic band. They can create a greater challenge practically everywhere as they’re extremely portabl...

The Craziness of Cauda Equina Syndrome

Rachael Maddy
in Science

Cauda Equina has hit me hard. There is no way on this Earth that I have been given another momentous obstacle to surmount to merely sit back and not share this awful experience and help others when th...

Find What Works for You

RJ Plant
in Culture

This “one-a-week” posting makes me feel as though I’m neglecting you. But, needs must when you have bills to pay. Today, we’re going to talk about fitness and well-being. This isn’t a “tips,” “tricks,...

The Neglected Middle Child in This Pro-Fat & Pro-Skinny World—The Skinny Fat

Judy Mae
in Beauty

We are neither all ‘bout the bass, nor the treble.

Tired And Sluggish? Go Pro!

Marlene Affeld
in Buyer's Guide

Today it seems you can’t pick up a magazine or watch a television commercial without being inundated with advertisements touting the health benefits of probiotics. If you have digestive tract problems...

What Is a Personal Trainer?

Bronwyn Sutton
in Buyer's Guide

When the term 'Personal Trainer' is mentioned, a lot of images are conjured up in the mind. Most involve pushing people to their limits, whilst the trainer is shouting at this poor sweaty person, who ...

A Shock Absorber For Your Joints

Marlene Affeld
in Science

SAM-e supplement (S-Adenosyl methionine), pronounced as “Sammy”, is a synthetic form of a naturally-occurring amino acid derived from an essential sulfur-containing amino acid known as methionine, an ...

So You've Met Someone in a Wheelchair

Nicolas Brown
in Humor

Hi. I suppose, being a paraplegic and in a wheelchair and all, that it’s about time that I invested some blog space and thought space into what that whole thing is like. I mean, it’s only been two yea...

Wait, Weight?

Art Creeps
in Culture

The picture above is a selfie I took before the gym. I decided to take this picture, just so I could post it on my Instagram account. Maybe for some motivation . Before the age of 33, I'd always been ...

Disabilities and Physical Fitness

Jenn Thomas
in Culture

It's doable.