Do sore knees threaten to keep you from working out? Then exercise your right to protect and strengthen them. But how? Brace yourself for our suggestions.
We have been doing 212 push-ups every day so far in January to honor our servicemen and women killed in action in Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. Do you think we’ll be able to do all 6,347 Patriot Push-Ups? Find out…
What can you do about your posture if you sit all day imitating the Hunchback of Notre Dame? A few posture and stretching tricks will help you sit pretty plus look younger. Slouch, hunch, and “schlump” no more. We have spoken.
What’s in your child’s school lunch? School is back in session so we invited two high school seniors to write a guest post about what teens really want in their lunch bag!
We tested out the new strapless heart rate monitor from Omron, and discovered it goes great with walking, running, pets and dressy affairs! Counts calories too! Best feature? It’s easy enough for even us to figure out!
Do you think working out sucks? Most people do. But the alternatives suck more. What would get YOU motivated to move? What could happen if you don’t? We read Chuck Runyon’s book “Working Out Sucks,” and thought you’d like to hear about this “in your face” wake-up call.
If you decided to do a January Fitness Challenge that involved 1 push-up for each American serviceman and woman killed in action for OEF & OIF (you’ll have to read the post to know what those stand for), do you know how many that would be? Are you up for it?
As twins, we’ve spent a lifetime being asked certain questions. How can people tell who is K and who is A? Did we like the same guys? Did mom really love Kymberly best? Now we’re asked: “are you even sisters?” The times, they are a changin’! Read to find out twin insider secret answers.
A stroll along the beach and through the butterfly grove counts as exercise. Come with us on a video tour to see butterflies and surfing dolphins along the Santa Barbara coast.
The Perfect Body is yours. The one you were born with. Trends & cultural expectations may change, but keeping yourself in good health is always in fashion! Ease up on yourself, enjoy your holidays and continue to exercise!