Flip The Switch

When we are young our bodies are full of growth, gaining strength and vibrancy, with very little effort on our part. But as we age, if we don’t continue to be active and eat healthy, it can take a toll on our bodies. Whether you’re 40 or 80 years of age, you can flip that switch back and strengthen those muscles, improve your heart health, lower that blood pressure, lose unwanted pounds, and regain your vibrancy.

Sunburst Races — Granger

Log a mile with Sunburst Races and support our rehabilitation programs

The second annual Sunburst Races – Granger is Aug. 7. There are 3 divisions for this 1 mile event.

The competitive run is perfect for those looking to achieve their personal best or have their 1 mile professionally timed.

The adaptive athlete division offers a run, walk or roll event inclusive for those with intellectual, developmental or acquired disabilities.

The family walk is great for all ages and fitness levels. Strollers and wagons are permitted.

Run your mile competitively or cruise it casually, it’s about getting outdoors and moving your body while supporting the rehabilitation programs at Memorial Hospital and Beacon Children’s Hospital.

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Greek Yogurt Bars

Greek yogurt is not just for breakfast anymore!  Try this super easy recipe that you can even make with the kids while they’re home for the summer!  It’s full of protein, calcium and fruits — a snack or dessert that you can feel great about! 

Skin Cancer Awareness

Did you know one blistering sunburn in childhood doubles a person’s risk for developing melanoma? Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States. 1 in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime.

Vegetable Beef Kebabs

Serves 4 Ingredients: 1 T olive oil 1 teaspoon dried Italian herb seasoning 2 cloves minced garlic 1 lemon, juiced ½ lb sirloin 1 red bell pepper 1 green bell […]

Training vs. Exercise

With a well thought out goal, a trainer and a client can structure the workout in a way that works towards that goal. This is what is defined as training; it’s the act of working out with a purpose. Each workout therefore has a defined reason for happening and can be set up to act as one step in a multi-step process on the way towards succeeding at the goal.

Is Exercise Bad for My Arthritis?

Arthritis indicates joint inflammation that commonly presents in the knee, hip and spine. It is one of the leading causes of disability in the US. The most common symptoms are pain, swelling, decreased range of motion, and muscle weakness.