• 4 of the Best Tips for Running in Your 50s

    4 of the Best Tips for Running in Your 50s

    Aging is a part of life. It is a beautiful thing that brings wisdom and experience. Age can also bring a little dip in physical performance. Reduced strength, increasing body fat and declining bone density are some of the areas that can take a hit as we get older. Does this mean you should never lace up your running shoes? No way! Running is a...
  • 4 Secrets to Healthy Aging

    4 Secrets to Healthy Aging

    Want to live longer, look better and feel full of energy?There are ways to keep you feeling amazing inside and out to help you age gracefully and healthfully. A healthy lifestyle is key to healthy aging and it is never too late to start making healthier lifestyle choices, starting today! I've found your Fountain of Youth with these 4 surprising and doable ways to...
  • Moms On The Run: 3 Tips for Busy Moms

    Moms On The Run: 3 Tips for Busy Moms

    Moms on the run: it's nonstop and sometimes feels like there is no time to myself to get a shower in let alone a run.  As a mom, I find it difficult to find time to exercise and get my running in. If you're a busy mom too you understand that finding time for a run can be quite the challenge. The easy part...
  • What it Means to Be Fit Over 50

    What it Means to Be Fit Over 50

    Staying fit after 50 isn't as simple as it used to be, but it is the key to healthy aging. Not only is it great for your body, but it's good for your mood, mind and memory. Many assume that they are too old, too tired or too out of shape to exercise so they avoid it completely. But they're wrong. The real danger...
  • Support for Osgood-Schlatter Disease

    Support for Osgood-Schlatter Disease

    Is your child complaining of knee pain? If so, there is a chance it may be Osgood-Schlatter disease. According to the Mayo Clinic, a common cause of knee pain in youth is Osgood-Schlatter disease. Although the word "disease" is in the name, it is not really a disease, but rather an overuse injury. Osgood-Schlatter disease is an inflammation of the bone, cartilage, and/or tendon...
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