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Busy Mom Fitness

You don’t need to spend hours working out to be fit! Learn how all exercise adds up; small changes can lead to major results!


How Much Exercise Do You Really Need?

Want to jump into a new exercise routine, but feeling confused over how much physical activity you really need to fit in each day? The…


Seven Common Fitness Myths You Can Stop Believing 

There are so many messages thrown at us every day about what we should be doing to get healthy – it can be overwhelming. It…


Top 9 Gadgets for a Home Gym

Bosu Ball –helps with core strength and balance, both are very important – especially as you age. They are very versatile; BOSU stands for ‘Both…


How to Live Healthier this Week

What type of activity have you and your family done together to live healthier this week? Jot them down at mealtime together and discuss more…


Family Vacations Reinvented!

Are you planning another family vacation that’s heavy on sedentary activities?  Try switching gears- check out places that are both tranquil and encourage your family…


Twenty Plus Fitness Tips to Get Moving Everyday!

Every Day Fitness: Plan outdoor adventures for the weekend, like playing catch, shooting hoops, jump roping, throwing a Frisbee, or running with your dog. Take…


Indoor Exercise to Stay In-Shape

When it’s too cold to go for a walk or play your favorite sport outdoors, take your kids inside for some exercise.  There’s plenty you…


Get the Whole Family Moving with Chores!

Everyone wants a clean house to entertain family and friends for parties, get-togethers or holidays, but few people enjoy the process of getting there.  Thankfully,…


Easy as 1-2-3: Get Your FAMILY Fit and Healthy!

Did you know that Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends getting at least 60 minutes of moderate to physical activity for kids and…


5 Winter Ways to Keep Moving

Physical activity is one of the most important parts of being a healthy family.  It helps with mood, school performance, health and overall well-being. Children should…


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