EXERCISE & YOUR BRAIN
with Dr. Julia Helstrom, D.O., ABIM
YOUR CELLULAR HEALTH – WHERE WELLNESS BEGINS & ENDS
with Dr. Julie Bick, PhD, Flowmetric Diagnostics Chief Scientific Officer
Thursday, May 11
Health & Wellness Center Auditorium, Warrington
1 p.m. and 6 p.m.
Call 215-918-5900 to reserve a spot
Continue reading 2 Free Lectures on Wellness and Aging, with TRUBIOHEALTH
The annual springtime Bucks 5K Series season is upon us! This includes 7 race options for local runners, racers, and rookies. 5K races are great events that bring people together whether it’s the running or the cause.
In preparation for the 5K Cornerstone, on Saturday April 22, which also includes a 2-mile Health Walk and 1 Mile Fun Run, we’ve put together some tips to help you plan for this type of event. Don’t worry about performing well. Simply relax, control your breathing, and enjoy the day.
Continue reading How to Prep for a 5K
Now is the time to start preparing your skin to glow for prom season. After a drying, cold winter, a series of teen facials is a wonderful way to renew your skin for spring so that it looks its best for special events.
Continue reading Prom Prep Facial Special: Start Taking Care of Teen Skin Now
We’re excited with an energy of all our fitness classes combined! We’re pleased to announce that starting in April, everything that’s made Cornerstone New Hope a special exercise facility over the years will now be offered in a more open and spacious environment!
Continue reading A Brand-New Cornerstone New Hope: Amazing, Awesome, and Almost Open!
Did you know that inactivity accounts for 9 percent of premature mortality around the world?* All because of something that can be avoided. Studies have found that even if adults are meeting appropriate physical activity guidelines, if they sit for prolonged periods of time outside of their exercise, their health is still compromised. Unfortunately, working out to offset sitting is not as simple as it sounds.
Continue reading Sitting Series – Part 3: Why Working Out to Offset Sitting Isn’t Enough
According to a recent study, adults in Western countries spend on average between 55 and 70 percent of their day sedentary.* For the average person who spends about 16 hours a day awake, that equals out to be about 9 to 11 hours of sitting each day!
Our tips cover how to sit less and incorporate stretches and movement into your day – so you don’t feel self-conscious about it, but do feel refreshed. It’s a good idea to get into these habits so the cumulative effects of sitting don’t eventually creep up on you. Continue reading Sitting Series – Part 2: How to sit less and feel better at work
The amount of time that a person spends sitting has been drastically increasing over the years. The changes in transportation and commute times, workplace settings, and entertainment are resulting in drastically reduced physical activity times.
Think about all of the time you spend sitting in front of a screen, whether that is a TV, computer, cell phone, or gaming system. People never had to worry about these things before! But unfortunately we are now seeing the negative health effects of sitting. Continue reading Sitting Series – Part 1: The Negative Health Effects of Sitting
The other day, I was sitting in the car while my husband was getting a coffee at WaWa, and it occurred to me that I really needed to stretch more. Intense workouts and age have been conspiring to tighten up my muscles and I decided I needed to find a yoga class – fast.
Now, back in the “old days,” before we all had personal computers, let alone cell phones, I would have had to dig up a paper copy of a class schedule, or call my fitness club for more information when I got home. And, if I’m being perfectly honest, by the time I did get home, the mood would have passed and I probably wouldn’t have bothered! Continue reading Cornerstone’s Mobile Gym Membership App = Instant Commitment
With the New Year underway, many people are well into their new fitness routines. Whether you’ve made exercise an established habit, or are working to do so, let’s talk about the advantages of cross training and switching things up a bit.
Did you know that most people stick with the same exercise routine for months, if not years? Not only can this get really boring really quick, but it’s also not the best for your body or your results.
The term “cross training” simply means practicing/training in two or more types of exercise. For example, if you are an avid runner, cross training would mean you would also incorporate other activities like biking, swimming, strength training etc. But why is this so important to do?
Continue reading Advantages of Cross Training: Why Mixing It up Keeps You Motivated
Sadly, most New Year’s resolutions and fitness goals begin to lose steam sometime in February. In fact, depending on where you get your numbers, 80 to 90 percent of them fail. This failure could make an awful lot of us feel badly about ourselves, but we really should cut ourselves some slack. Habits can take a long time to develop, so undoing bad ones and creating positive new ones can be very challenging.
Continue reading Your New Year’s Fitness Goals: Falling off the Wagon Already?