We hear a lot about aerobic activity—it’s good for the heart, helps with weight loss, and is a key building block of physical fitness. What we don’t hear as much about is aerobic exercise’s counterpart—anaerobic exercise.
If you’ve ever been to a traditional gym, you may have felt a little intimidated.
As we get older, the years seem to speed up, yet our bodies feel like they are slowing down.
No matter what our backgrounds, hobbies, occupations, or habits, we all have one thing in common—each day, we get a little older.
This year Curves turns 30! To say that I'm proud of this milestone would be an understatement. If you know anything about Curves, you know that we are part of the fitness industry's explosion.
If you’re a busy woman, you understand the challenges of getting quality "me" time. Long baths by candlelight and curling up with a good book are often sacrificed for sports and school activities, health care appointments, or running errands.
You’ve heard it before, and you’ll hear it again: For optimum health and fitness, you’ve got to get your heart rate up. In other words, your exercise routine should include a brisk walk, run, bike ride, swim, or other form of “cardio.”
The past few years have been a challenge for many of us - and it's certainly taken a toll on our health.