Surviving the Summer Road Trip. Part 1 Now that we are officially into the summer, most likely we are packing up the kids and/or friends and family and going for that long planned road trip. Just because you are on the road, it does not mean your diet als
Workout Wednesday: Hot weather tips from Denise Lee Watch the full interview with WJLA (Channel 7) Autria Godfrey using this link.
Learn How to Move Safely At 50 & Beyond Check out Denise’s article on stay fit and fabulous after 50!
Often times I am asked what makes me (a medical exercise specialist) different from a personal trainer or a physical therapist. “They all help me get strong, right?” is the common sentiment. Yes, but not exactly. I want to share with you the roles of
Denise discussed Medical Exercise at the “The Keep It Moving Blog Talk Radio Show” with host Nakikia Walton. The goal of the “Keep it Moving” show is to empower communities through awareness, education, advocacy and supportive serv
Swelling – Home Treatment Mild swelling will usually go away on its own. Home treatment may help relieve symptoms. Swelling and pain are very common with injuries. When you have swelling, you should look for other symptoms of injury that may need to
Protect your knees while toning your tush, arms and tummy. Like us on Facebook to get the most recent exercise tricks and tips! Watch Denise Perform the Bridge on the Bosu
Heating Up in the Cold Workout Safety For Cooler Temps By Annabel Fitzsimmons When the temperature plummets, the thought of heading outside to exercise can be daunting, but there’s no need to stay cooped up inside. Cold-weather workouts can be some of t
Watch the short video on chronic diseases & common ways to getting it. Want more information? Click this link from the CDC to read more information about chronic health diseases and risk factors.
Regular exercise is important for everybody, regardless of age. Health benefits of regular exercise include increased muscle mass (helps to maintain a healthy metabolism because you burn calories more efficiently), stronger bones (decreases the chances of