Healthy Resources

We know a thing or 2 about health.

Here you’ll find tips on how to move, eat and think healthier. Of course, please be safe and check with your doctor before trying any strenuous exercise.

More than $100 billion in healthcare costs can be saved when we all get enough physical activity

Go Ahead, move it & lose it

More than just maintaining a healthy weight, being active also means better sleep, clearer thinking, better attitude. Hmmm, that kind of adds up to a better life.

EAT (nutrition)

Food is fuel, so choose the good stuff

Variety is flavor, and color

A good practice to healthy eating is to aim for a variety of colors on your plate. Fruits and vegetable like dark, leafy greens, oranges, and tomatoes – even fresh herbs – are loaded with healthy vitamins, fiber and minerals.

You’re Sweet Enough

A diet high in refined sugar can contribute to chronic illness and obesity. If you’re craving a sweet treat, try something with natural sugars like an apple, an orange of some other tasty fruit. Another way to limit added sugars is to avoid sugary drinks. Try adding berries, slices of lime, lemon or cucumber to your unsweetened tea, or glass of water for a flavor boost.

Think (mental health)

Where your brain goes, your body follows.

Move For a Better Mood

Exercise is important for keeping physically fit, but it can also lower stress and anxiety levels. Just walking for as little as 10 minutes a day can increase mental alertness, leaving you energetic and in a good mood.

Start Tracking Your Minutes

With the Moveville Tracker

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Workouts (to get you started)

Basic Strength Workout

Requires Some Equipment – 8 Total Exercises

Basic Core Workout

6 Total Exercises

Stretch & Mobility

6 Total Exercises

Introductory Strength Workout

Requires Little to No Equipment – 9 Exercises Total