Adapted Physical Activity focuses on promotion and implementation of health and wellness programs for people with disabilities of all ages. Currently, the CDC (Center for Disease Control) states that 61 million adults live with a disability-that’s ONLY adults.
2020 has been a tough year on all fronts for nearly everyone. Normalcy was thrown out the window, and for many of us our daily routine has not been able to get back to what it was.
The first step on the path to downshifting your stress level is to recognize the signs of being overly stressed in the first place.
Let’s face it, scheduling a dedicated 30+ minutes to set aside for exercise each day can be an anxiety-producing event.
“Even though gatherings might look a little different this year, the holidays can still keep us from our normal healthy habits and bring in the heavier foods.”
– Julia Boisselle
Being physically fit provides us with the self-confidence, energy, and strength to confront the many obstacles life may throw at us and allows us to live our lives to the fullest!
Check out these great workouts featuring Jake the Lion sent out to the elementary school children in the Worcester Public Schools by the Worcester Bravehearts. Our longstanding partners from the Bravehearts are filming this series here at Worcester Fitness. It’s part of the deep connection to the community that’s so important to the Worcester Bravehearts and Worcester Fitness.
Alexis is a recent graduate of Bryant University where she earned a dual degree in Team and Project Management as well as Communication.
Our smartphones consume our thoughts and take us away from doing things that make us feel good like exercise and spending time with people who enhance our lives. The content we consume can cause unnecessary stress and it’s time to put a stop to it.
The key to making changes is always to keep as much as you can in the proper perspective. Put the most amount of energy into the people and activities that you love the most and you will notice very quickly how much lighter you feel, both inside and out!
Rather than trying to lose a large amount of weight, you’ll have better results if you attack your weight challenge 10 pounds at a time. This is a manageable and believable goal, and you’ll only need to make a couple of small changes to achieve it. Then you can set another goal to lose another 10...
Try these suggestions for changing your eating schedule to one that supports your health.
How to Eat More of Your Daily Calories During the Earlier Parts of the Day.