Each year, millions of Americans face the reality of living with a mental illness. May is Mental Health Awareness Month, which aims to fight stigma, provide support, educate the public, and advocate for policies that support people with mental illness and their families. The numbers are sobering and were exacerbated by the isolation, uncertainty, and upheaval of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ah, spring! It has a way of reviving our goals and motivation, doesn’t it? For a lot of us, the season of new beginnings starts at home with cleaning, organizing, and getting rid of the clutter of the last year. But why stop there? Spring is the perfect time to assess your habits at the gym, too. You can improve both your experience and fitness results by spring cleaning these five bad habits out of your workout routine.
There are over 3.8 million breast cancer survivors in the world, including women who have completed treatment or are still in the middle of treatment. These women are warriors who have endured and fought against the disease that affects so many people every single year.
It’s October, which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and we’re doing everything we can to raise awareness, funds and show our support for the people who have been affected by breast cancer.
The most common fitness goals are to reach a certain weight, look a certain way, or become stronger. All of these are the physical benefits of working out, but what about the mental benefits of exercising? Mental health and wellness should be one of our main fitness goals. You should be working just as hard towards a healthier mental state as you are towards your physical appearance.