This is Minnesota and sometimes, well, it’s just too cold to be outside for long. When temps dip low, Carlos heads to a local gym for a spin class.
When it’s too cold to go biking outside, one option is to head to your local gym for a stationary bike “spin” class.
November is National Diabetes Awareness Month. Amber shares her personal story about her grandmother's struggle with diabetes as well as resources and information about this epidemic disease.
One of the significant people in my life that led me to work in public health was my grandmother.
How do you instill healthy behaviors in your kids? Amber says that it's easy and hard at the same time. But in the end, your kids are always watching you for signs of what to do.
As the mother of a nearly 22-month old (I hear you stop counting months at 2 years, until then I’ll continue to use months for my off-the-charts son) I am constantly amazed at how much he observes my behavior. Well, amazed and scared of all the bad habits I am not yet aware of he’s observing.
Last Spring, Sharon and her daughter, Anna, started biking to school. Anna had a new bike and wanted to ride it everywhere. Sharon wanted to find a way to spend a little more time together so they hit on the perfect compromise – a morning commute to Anna's school. Sharon shares gear tips and some resources for biking to school.
Put on your helmet* and we are ready to go – it’s the first day of school!
Summer is here and it’s hot! Amber shares her tips on keeping cool with kids and reminders on how to safely bike during these hottest days of summer.
Summer is here! I don’t remember the last time we had so many days with highs in the 90s and lows only in the 70s. What’s a family to do when it wants to enjoy some time in the saddle and steer clear of the heat?