In this episode Jenny and Dan speak to the co-founders of the Functional Aging Institute (FAI) Cody Sipe and Dan Ritchie. They cover the importance of exercise as we age and some of the best practices for active aging.
In this podcast episode, we hear from fitness and business coaches Eric and Chris Martinez, who have helped numerous health and fitness coaches grow their online businesses.
If you want to try a plant-based diet, you may be wondering what to expect. Here are the pros and cons of this approach. We also share how to start a plant-based eating plan if you feel that it’s the right choice for you.
Some people think building muscle after 50 is unlikely. We know otherwise. Here are five strategies that have been proven to increase muscle mass later in life.
With the right training and certifications, you can earn a good living as a Pilates instructor. Find out more about salary expectations before getting started.
Do you ever feel like a fraud or that you’re not a “real” yoga teacher? If so, you may be suffering from yoga teacher imposter syndrome. Here’s what this syndrome involves, as well as how to overcome it.
Tai chi is an ancient practice with a big modern following. It benefits physical and mental health, improving fitness, balance, concentration, mood, and more.
Giving muscle adequate time to recover reduces injury and boosts growth. Taking supplements may assist with this process. Here are seven muscle recovery supplements to consider.
Easing tight calf muscles begins with finding the cause. Here are a few reasons behind calf tightness, as well as strategies for getting them to relax.
More than 27 million Americans use swimming as a way to stay fit. One way to improve their performance is by adding yoga to their fitness routine. This offers these four distinct benefits.
If your range of motion is limited, so too is your golf swing. While we can’t guarantee that these mobility exercises will help you or your clients shoot under par, they are definitely a good start.
Knowing how to incorporate exercises for each plane of motion can improve overall strength, balance, and coordination, reduce the risk of injury, and enhance athletic performance. Here’s what you need to know!