Curves is turning 30 in 2022, and to celebrate, we are offering 30 healthy habits to help you stay on track with your healthy eating and fitness routine.
The holiday season is the time we look forward to reconnecting with family and friends. It can also be an opportunity to relax and recoup after a busy year.
If you could do just one thing to help you avoid holiday weight gain, boost your energy, protect your immune system, improve your sleep, and leave you feeling happier, would you do it?
The whole point of a vacation is to get away from it all. But if you’ve been working hard to exercise consistently and follow a healthy eating plan, getting away from your routine can be stressful.
Sitting for long periods of time leads to tight hamstrings, which can cause lower back pain. Hours spent looking down at a phone, tablet, or laptop can lead to pain in your neck and upper back. And long commutes spent holding on to a steering wheel can cause tension and pain in your shoulders and upper back. Thankfully, there’s a remedy for all the damage we are doing with our sedentary lifestyles: Stretching.
Thyroid conditions are surprisingly common in the United States. An estimated 20 million Americans have thyroid disorders, and many without even knowing it.
When’s the last time you jumped on a trampoline? How about the last time you sneezed without crossing your legs first?
Picture a typical heart attack victim, and you may picture a man. But heart disease is equally a women’s disease. In fact, heart disease is the number one killer of women, causing one third of the deaths in women each year.
We all have a day now and then when we feel a little down in the dumps. That’s perfectly normal.
As seasons change, many of us need to re-evaluate and re-commit to regular gym workouts, healthy diets, and a weight management frame of mind. It’s a natural time for making a commitment to a healthy lifestyle.