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Short Exercises

Short on Time? Try These 7 Effective Exercises

Most people know that regular exercise is linked to many health benefits. The problem is that the majority of the general population doesn’t get the recommended 150 minutes of exercise per week. It's no surprise that the most common excuse…
Beginner Running Tips
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Running 101: Tips for the Beginner

Your Training Plan Before we dive into these step-by-step beginner running tips, it should be noted these will work just as well if you're already a moderately-skilled runner. So if you're thinking about running a 10K, a half marathon, or…
12 Days of Fitness

The 12 Days of Fitness Workout

The holidays are a time of extra indulgences, but for many of us it also means added stress of balancing finances, cooking assignments, and family relationships. With all the hustle and bustle of the holidays it can be hard to find time to…

5 Simple Tips for Getting in Shape

Getting in shape shouldn’t be a chore. In fact, there are many easy ways to incorporate exercise into your everyday activities or focus on things you already love to do. 1. Make Time for Exercise If you’re busy, don’t let it stop you.…

Kathy Kaehler's Tips for Being "Road Trip Ready"

"On the road again…just can’t wait to get on the road again.” That's the tune I constantly hum this time of year. Every summer for the past 18 years, I have driven from Los Angeles to Detroit with many different casts of characters.…
Lunchtime Workout Featured

Fact or Fiction: There's Not Enough Time to Work Out at Lunch

Here at the home office, we are lucky to have a full gym at our disposal. We can easily pop in for a quick jog on the treadmill or lift some weights on our lunch break, but what if you don't have a full setup at your work place and maybe your…