Articles about Exercise
This executive likes to literally make her clients sweat
Many managers enjoy walk-and-talks to get employees out of the restrictions of the office and into the looser habitats of the wild.
This is how much you need to work out to burn off that Pumpkin Spice Latte
Consumer Affairs took a look at a Pumpkin Spice Latte and not only broke down the contents of it but also what you would need to do in order to burn it off.
8 things you’re spending too much money on – and how to stop
There’s a handful of things we all spend too much on, but a few painless tweaks can add up to major savings. Here are some tips on budgeting.
4 ways to deal with the ‘September Scaries’
Things start to feel a whole lot different as summer’s ending so here's what you can do to deal with the September Scaries.
How to hack your sleep routine
To help ensure a good night’s sleep, here is a brilliant hitlist of hacks to target common sleep nuisances to ensure you’re able to wake up feeling rested.
Why you hate the gym now may be tied to your old PE class
Having strong memories of thinking up flimsy excuses to avoid PE class during your school years may explain why you try to avoid the gym now.
6 great college football (and foodie) towns to visit this fall
We’ve helped tackle the question of where to go to catch a great college football game and score great restaurants and sites while in the destination.
The Bulletproof Coffee founder thinks sleep is the essential key for success
Most entrepreneurs running a successful company tend to have extreme and odd hours and don't sleep enough, but for Dave Asprey, founder of the multi-million dollar wellness company Bulletproof Coffee, quality sleep has been one of his main keys for finding success.
Here are 16 tips to help you be better at ‘adulting’
Being an “adult” and "adulting" is a matter of action and character … Not age. I know 40-year-old children and 16-year-old adults.
10 powerful ways to create your own happiness
Applying these strategies won’t just improve your happiness at work; most of them will also improve your emotional intelligence.
10 habits of people who lose weight and keep it off
The key to staying a healthy weight is to reinforce healthy habits. Habit-based interventions might change how we think about weight management.
5 wrist exercises to undo your keyboard-typing damage
Besides positioning your hands properly over a keyboard, one of the best wrist treatments is remembering to stretch and move throughout the day.
How to train yourself to see food as fuel
I talked to Ellie Rome, a certified health and wellness coach, to learn more about how to train yourself to view food as what it truly is — fuel for our body and its many incredible functions.
5 tips to picking the perfect office chair
It is of utter importance to take into consideration these 5 points before buying an office chair.
12 things you can do to feel a little less lonely
We’ve outlined a few suggestions for the times when you feel lonely and like life just isn’t going your way, so you don't feel the need to hop on Facebook.
Exercising too much can be bad for your mental health
Logic would seem to be that the more you workout the more your mental health would be in shape (and maybe your biceps too.) However, that isn't necessarily how it works.
9 realistic work perks every employee would love
Happy staff is more likely to work harder and stay with your company, so it’s important to make sure you’re listening to what your employees want and responding appropriately
22 things to do after work that’ll enrich your life more than happy hour and Netflix
Here’s a list of ideas to inspire you to break out of your post-workday routine.
How ClassPass’s new app is a game changer for business travelers
With the tremendous rise of boutique fitness classes a few years ago ClassPass was a game changer with its subscription model for an array of all those great, but expensive workouts. Now with their latest investment round of $85 million led by Tamasek they have rolled out a new standalone app, which will be huge for business travelers who want to stay fit.
17 things to start doing in your 20s so you don’t live in regret in your 40s
If you follow these tips on living in your 20s, you'll have a better chance of living without regret once you hit your 40s and beyond.
5 things you can do today that will make you happier, according to a life coach
We know how important it is to take small steps to appreciate happiness, and so we worked with top life coach Carole Ann Rice, to reveal the five things we all can do daily to feel that little bit happier.
6 enticing and scientifically-backed memory recall tactics you haven’t tried
While you may see a few improvements in your memory, most of what you’ve tried didn’t stick in the long run. Here are six ways you haven’t tried yet.
Delta and Equinox teamed up to help you beat jet lag faster
People have different cures, but one of the tried and true tips that many experts recommend is to exercise if you are trying to combat jet lag.
From Wall Street to a ring: How the founder of Shadowbox made a career risk work
The feeling of needing to move your body around and let's just be honest, punch something repeatedly after a long day at a high-pressured job is something many of us can relate to. That is how Daniel Glazer, once a busy New York City trader and now the CEO and Founder of boutique fitness boxing studio Shadowbox, released his stress after a long day of work (with a punching bag at a gym that is.)
This startup will never let you use the ‘I forgot my gym clothes’ excuse again
This has definitely happened to you. You are all set to go to the gym after work only to find that you forgot your workout clothes or sneakers. Or you have bottoms, but no top. Or you didn't pack clothes for your business trip but ended up with a lot of downtime that could be spent doing a fun class or hitting the hotel gym. Well, guess you'll just sit in a corner and twiddle your thumbs then (and probably gain weight while you're at it, according to a recent survey by Hilton Hotels on business travel.) Cue Routinely.