An article from the New York Times highlights how exercise proves to successfully support memory and thinking—particularly in older adults. Several studies have shown that regular physical activity helps slow the usual loss of brain volume, which may help to prevent age-related memory loss and possibly lower the risk of dementia.
Spring clean your playlist Add healthy foods to your pantry Stretch before after working out Stay hydrated Set a workout schedule Reward Yourself Reference: https://www.shape.com/fitness/tips/20-ways-spring-clean-your-fitness-routine
Quick and Simple Green Protein Smoothie Recipe Try this tasty green protein smoothie from MyFitnessPal Ingredients 2 cups (60g) baby spinach, lightly packed 1 cup (240ml) water 1 1/2 […]
Try this tasty alternative to traditional mashed potatoes. Courtesy of detoxinista.com, this simple and tasty recipe will be a great addition to your Thanksgiving dinner. Ingredients Medium-sized head of cauliflower, […]
The HHS Girls Swim Team September Schedule has been updated.
Healthy Foods to Eat Post Workout After a great workout, it’s important to give your body what it needs to help your muscles recover and replenish your energy. Try these […]
Choose a Next Steps Fitness Program to Support Your Fitness Goals Did you know that there are fitness programs at NorthPointe Wellness to give you extra support as you […]
Back to School Fitness Tips Summer break is ending along with vacations, barbecues and summer activities. As you prepare to get your kids back to their school routines don’t forget […]
National Farmers Market Week: Add Healthy Summer Produce to Your Meals August 7 – 13 is National Farmers Market Week. Farmers, ranchers and local food producers are celebrated across the […]
Three Infused Water Recipes for Summer Drinking water is important for your health and fitness needs. Water not only improves your health, but removes toxins from your body. To give […]
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