Is Your Favorite Workout on Trend? The Top 10 Fitness Tr...

What will the hottest workouts be in 2018?  And, more importantly, will you be doing them? Every year the ACSM (American College of Sports Medicine) releases a survey of thousands of fitness professionals and I report on them.  The survey authored by Walter Thompson, PhD., FACSM asks a sample...
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What’s Your Health IQ?

Test Your Knowledge You may have seen or heard the commercials for the company HealthIQ.  I had the privilege to serve as one of the experts on their health and quizzes.  Although I may be slightly biased, I think the quizzes are pretty fun!  They make you think.  And you definitely will learn more than currently know about a variety of health and fitness topics.  They've created over 1,000 health-related quizzes and worked with innovative insurance companies to create financial rewards for health conscious people. To date, Health IQ has helped over ten thousand triathletes, vegans, runners, and other health conscious people secure billions in life insurance coverage, and they hope to expand to other financial rewards in the near future.   Try this quiz.  Let me know how you do in the comments below or hit me up on one of the socials. Powered by Insurance for the...
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Staying Fit While You Travel has Just become Completely E...

Years ago I used to think I was an outlier. I’d stay at a hotel and be the only one grunting and sweating in their gym. Back in those dark ages, a hotel might throw a few pieces of dilapidated equipment and rusty weights into a dank, basement room and pass it off as a gym. Hmmm… maybe that’s why I’d be the only one in there. Fortunately, the hospitality industry has come to realize the fitness & wellness market is worth tapping into. Now, people like me who want to maintain their fitness routines when they’re away from home, have options when it comes to hotel fitness. A New Trend in Fitness Travel Research surveys have shown that plenty of people intend to workout when they travel. In fact, Forty-six percent of hotel guests, according to recent Cornell University Center for Hospitality Research study, say they plan on...
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