exercise

Striding through your Sixties

If you’re following along with our generation fitness blog, we are at the Sixties! No – not the decade of peace, love and hippies! We’re talking ages 60 to 70 and we’re talking to YOU!

You know that it’s important to develop and keep with a fitness routine, for the benefit of our joints, bones and overall well-being. But in your Sixties, it’s also important to exercise to fuel your body. Many people in this decade worry about a loss of energy, but exercise is a great way to feel younger, longer.

Keeping Active in Your Twenties

Keeping Active in Your Twenties

You’re finally out of your parents’ house, attending school or working and paying rent in your first apartment. From social drinking to staying up late, and Netflix-and-chilling, slacking seems to be a way of life for those in their Twenties. But your Twenties are your first opportunity to set your own limits and goals, including the fitness routines that you may carry into your later years.

Getting Active in Your Teens

Getting Active in Your Teens

We’re embarking on a new blog series about getting and staying in shape, through the decades. Rushmore Family Chiropractic is committed to providing thoughtful information about how we all can live healthier (and longer) and certainly, physical fitness is a key part of that process.

A Spring in your Step

A Spring in your Step

Winter isn’t quite over, but if you’ve been stuck in the house, feeling inert, there are plenty of activities to get your blood pumping and your body moving.

Come on let me see you shake your tailfeather (even though it is zero degrees outside)

Come on let me see you shake your tailfeather (even though it is zero degrees outside)

Missing your physical exercise, during the Winter months? We’re right in the middle of

winter and it’s been a cold one. Only the most rugged of individuals are out running or

hiking this season. But we need our exercise and there are some great, creative ways to get

that activity during the cold winter months.