I know you’ve probably heard this a lot but it’s worth repeating here - fitness is a lifestyle. Health is long-term.
Over the years of exploring different approaches to health and fitness here’s one thing I’ve learned about staying fit--there is no one-size-fits-all approach.
by Evelyn G. Damian We all want to enjoy a happy, healthy life! We may know what we need to do but it’s just too hard to begin. Having healthy, holiday habits don’t just happen. You have to start somewhere, practice everyday and persist! Bel Bontilao is a pastor, a pastor’s wife and a mother to two boys, ZK and Zach. She shares how she developed some simple habits that resulted in a healthier life ...[Read More]
by Maria Rikka M. Ocena I’m not a good dancer. So when some of the women in our church invited me one Saturday morning to a Zumba session at a village park, I hesitated but went anyway to give it a try. After a few stretches and short runs around the oval, loud dance music signaled that the session was about to begin. My eyes grew wide as women started to gather. There were young ladies, mothers, ...[Read More]
In the Philippines, no one likes to walk, we don’t like to be hot when we arrive at our destination. But walking is can help us maintain our health and our desired weight.
by Marilyn L. Antonio The coming of a new year can bring excitement, hope, and a new outlook on life. For people who consider health as wealth, the new year offers a fresh opportunity to lead a better and healthier life. Proper nutrition and exercise are keys to achieving this goal. A group exercise instructor in a well-known center in Metro Manila, Marissa Macabasco, underscores the importance of ...[Read More]
It’s a challenge to see women finding time to exercise even in their busy schedule. Incorporate dance into your daily routine, swing to the music while washing the dishes, or dangle to the tune while sweeping the floor and you’ll find yourself dancing to a healthy you!