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Author Archives: Cori Strathmeyer
Creating and maintaining an exercise schedule can be challenging. Family life, work, volunteer activities and other factors can make it difficult to stay committed to “working out”. Getting started on a new fitness regimen is often exciting and the new-ness … Continue reading
I love coffee as do many other Americans. According to a survey completed by the National Coffee Association, 83% of US adults drink coffee, making our country the largest coffee consumer in the world. Nearly half of adult Americans drink … Continue reading
“Old Age” jokes are pretty popular during birthday parties. I’m sure that you have heard, or muttered, at least one of these: “You know that you are getting old when the candles cost more than the cake!” “Old age isn’t … Continue reading
Walking is a great source of exercise and physical activity! I walk regularly for both fitness and as a mode of travel. You can imagine my surprise when, yesterday, following a meeting about pedestrian and bike safety, I was hit … Continue reading
I enjoy hiking. A lot! I long to be referred to as “an avid hiker”. As a child, I enjoyed walking on trails in Caledonia, near my grandparents’ cabin. In college, I began hiking because of a Field Study of … Continue reading
Fred Rogers, the host and creator of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, stated, “Play gives children a chance to practice what they are learning.” What better place to practice than on a playground? Outdoor playground play improves physical, mental and social health. … Continue reading
In September 2013, I had the great privilege to attend a White House Champions for Change award ceremony hosted by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. There were many important people at the event (after all, it was … Continue reading
Many people strive for an active and healthy lifestyle, but the cost of a gym membership may be a barrier. Did you know that some health insurance companies and workplace wellness programs reimburse partial or full exercise facility membership fees? … Continue reading