Arthritis Awareness Month: Keep moving!

According to the Arthritis Foundation, nearly 53 million adults have doctor-diagnosed arthritis, and that number is expected to grow to 67 million by 2030. Why the increase? As scientists work to answer this question, factors under consideration include longer...

Spin for the win

Indoor cycling is good for your health! That’s the word from personal trainer Amy Wagner, who teaches spin at PWC. For several months, Amy has been offering Spin for Beginners as a pop up class. Good news: As of January 2022, Spin for Beginners can now be found...

Just say no – to winter hibernation!

The winter blues … the winter doldrums … we’re right at that time of year when many people feel challenged to remain committed to their exercise program. This could be due to the weather, or it could be a product of settling back into routine after the excitement of...

Don’t ignore your pelvic floor

The muscles at the base of the human pelvis are known as the pelvic floor and form the “sling” that supports internal organs such as the bladder and bowel. These muscles assist with urinary control, continence, and sexual function. Maintaining a healthy pelvic floor...