The most recent recommendations for physical activity suggest that we should accumulate at least 150 minutes of moderate physical activity per week to improve our health and reduce the risk of developing diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, and osteoporosis.
Individuals who are active will also notice that they sleep better, have more energy, and experience fewer illnesses. The good news is that individuals of all shapes, sizes, and fitness levels can reap the dozens of benefits from adopting an active lifestyle in addition to a balanced and nutritious diet. Remember that it’s never too late to get moving and improving! Continue reading “Experts recommend 150 minutes of exercise per week to stay fit”
Stress is something that all of us endure and would like to reduce as much as possible. Major stressors can come from financial woes, relationship problems, employment issues, and daily time/deadline pressures. Continue reading “How to reduce stress in the new school year”
For a group of UA Little Rock international students, the best table in town isn’t found at a fancy restaurant downtown. Continue reading “UA Little Rock international students celebrate food, fellowship, and friendship”
University of Arkansas at Little Rock faculty, staff, and students now have a new option for health and wellness on campus. Continue reading “Massage chair newest addition to campus wellness program”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will host a Biggest Loser Boot Camp from Sept. 4 to Oct. 20 for UA Little Rock students, employees, and members of the Fitness and Aquatics Center. Continue reading “Registration open for Biggest Loser Boot Camp”