‘Women’s Health’

Fitness Video Series: Take Mindful Walks for Stress Relief

By LynnAnn Covell

This video is part of our fitness video series with LynnAnn Covell – Green Mountain at Fox Run’s Fitness Manager and L.I.F.E. Coach! LynnAnn has been a leader at Green Mountain for over 20 years. In these videos, she uses her extensive experience working with all fitness levels to share both tips as well as specific exercises and modifications to either jump-start an exercise program, […] Read more »


My Strategy to Stop Overeating Halloween Candy

By Beth Turchi

You know what’s creepy, scary, and frightening about Halloween? Of course you do, it’s all that bite-size candy. Here’s my issue with the bite size stuff – I can easily make a good decision about ripping open a Big Block: Nope, that’s just too much chocolate for me; I’ll wolf down the whole thing and then feel like crap. It […] Read more »


The Binge Eating Diaries: Foods, Moods, and ‘Tudes

By Jacki Monaco

For me, three things happen after a binge or a bout of emotional overeating. Number one: The diet mentality that I thought I’d kicked to the curb swoops in for a bitch slap… “You ruined it! All the hard work we put in! Knock it off!” Number two: My body literally feels like crap. My joints are achy, my face […] Read more »


A Thought: When Did We Start Taking Exercising So Seriously?

By Lori Wright, CPT

As children, playing was the exercise of choice. I remember Mom would call me in for dinner but I was too busy to stop my game of Star Wars (I was Princess Leah, after all). Sledding, climbing trees, jumping rope. Spending hours exploring in the woods, searching for frogs and playing cowboys and Indians. My favorite Christmas gift was a […] Read more »

Taking exercise seriously