family fitness

If homework time triggers headaches for the whole family, consider adding a little exercise into the mix.
I'm a big believer in starting children while they're young. Here's why RDLs are my favorite exercise.
It's time for packing lunches, carpool, and homework. Here are some tips for surviving the hectic school season with your fitness intact.
Including the entire family in your fitness program may be just what you need to revitalize your training plan.
These days, kids are told that they are good enough no matter what. But they aren’t. Our kids are failing at school and failing at health and wellness.
Fitness is a habit best begun in youth. Learn more about each of our kids' fitness experts.
The best way to improve a child's diet is to take it slow and make it fun. Here are three steps to get you started.
More and more children are growing up uneducated about what it means to be a healthy person. What can we do about it? If you feel that something can and should be done - then read on.
NRG Games is the brainchild of gymnastics coach Chris Lofland. At it's core is the desire to bring a healthy, active awareness about fitness opportunities to the local community.
Kennedy’s legacy didn’t just involve politics; he also influenced the world of physical fitness. Let's look at what exactly JFK's legacy is in regard to our various sporting activities.
Good CrossFit programming doesn't stop at the box. If you're a mom, here are six CrossFit abbreviations you need to know to improve efficiency and get mad mom-skills.
It’s time for us to make an effort to stop the vicious cycle of teen (and adult) obesity and encourage the future of our nation to take stock in themselves and their health.
From the Cleavers to the Simpsons, there are lots of images of family life, and some are misleading. Here are 3 of the most common half-truths about having children and staying in shape.
We all have busy lives, and as such sometimes spend too much time "resting." The truth is the choices we make and the time we spend sedentary is literally killing us - and our children.
My daughter is graduating high school and leaving for college this fall. She'll be in charge of her own fitness and nutrition. And frankly, I don’t think I’ve prepared her enough for this transition.
Parents are role models for kids. There's no denying it. And if you're sedentary and at risk for disease, your kids will be too. New research sheds light on the impact of active parents on their kids.
You've probably heard of Montessori schools, but did you know the founder also addressed physical education? Here are 5 lessons from Maria Montessori that have helped me keep my young kids active.