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How to Get Your Child to Love Nature

How to Get Your Child to Love Nature

With technological advancements and increased indoor activity on the rise, children have become disconnected from nature now more than ever before. Teaching children to connect with nature at an early age not only helps them disconnect from the screen and embrace the...
How to Prepare for Your First Hike

How to Prepare for Your First Hike

Deciding to embark on a new adventure via hiking is a very exciting decision to make – but choosing a location and packing a bag can seem overwhelming to a novice hiker. With the correct preparations made, you can spend more time enjoying your first hike rather...
Family Fitness Inspirations

Family Fitness Inspirations

Family fitness activities don’t need to  be masterfully orchestrated events – and shouldn’t be. Parents are busy people, and often lack the time and energy required to plan out ambitious fitness routines for the whole family. But keeping fit doesn’t require...
4 Things People Moving to California Should Expect

4 Things People Moving to California Should Expect

Warm weather, beautiful natural views, and vibrant city life: what isn’t there to love about California? Making the move to the West Coast can be exciting if you’re looking forward to the warm climate and laid-back culture – but for out-of-towners, it can...
7 Ideas for Winter Fitness

7 Ideas for Winter Fitness

Let’s face it: no one wants to go outside when the temperature plummets. As a result, most people tend to get less exercise during the cooler seasons than they would during summer and fall. But all is not lost; opportunities to keep up a fitness plan arise even during...
Strategies for a Healthier Diet

Strategies for a Healthier Diet

Eating healthy is hard. Sugary treats lurk at every store counter and supermarket shelf, tempting you to break your New Year’s resolution and slip back into unhealthy eating habits. As the new year begins, we all try to improve the way we eat, our fitness...
Fitness-Based New Year’s Resolutions to Consider This January

Fitness-Based New Year’s Resolutions to Consider This January

What challenge will you set for yourself when the clock strikes midnight on January 1st? According to the polling platform Statista, losing weight and exercising more are tied for second in a list of the most popular New Year’s resolutions in America. There are many...
Try These Fun Family Activity Ideas for Fall!

Try These Fun Family Activity Ideas for Fall!

Family fun doesn’t have to stop when the summer ends and school starts up again. As the seasons change, a myriad of opportunities for exploration and creativity open for families of all ages; from holiday celebrations to simple,  spur-of-the-moment adventures....
4 Exercise Ideas to Try This Fall

4 Exercise Ideas to Try This Fall

California is beautiful in the fall. As the weather cools and the days turn shorter, the leaves on trees in my home city of Corona start shifting into delicate shades of orange and red. The beauty of the landscape and the chill in the air always makes me want to sit...
Keep Kicking: How to Stay Active With a Full-Time Job

Keep Kicking: How to Stay Active With a Full-Time Job

Let’s face it; the nine-to-five working grind is exhausting. Few workers punch their time card at the end of a long working day and decide to go for a 5K run, a mountain hike, or even on a to the gym in the few hours of daylight they have to themselves. According to the OECD, Americans work an average of 1,786 hours per year, or roughly 34 hours per week. Many would argue that the workload posed by those hours doesn’t allow for an athletic commitment, and that sports are better left to those with time to commit: college kids and professional athletes.