One of the most powerful and easy ways to get that daily exercise is by simply walking. This article will address the benefits of walking and ways to spice up your daily exercise routine during quarantine.Read More
As we begin to move back to campus and many of us search for a way to build and strengthen our communities, group exercise — both virtual and in-person — can be a great way to build those connections. And of course, an exercise community can be a motivator to build exercise habits and get a better workout!Read More
Forming new fitness habits can seem like a daunting task, especially if you’ve failed to do so in the past. However, having strong fitness habits is important for both your physical and mental health. Understanding how habits work and how to make them stick can have a large impact on your fitness.
In order to correct poor posture, one must first assess their own habitual posture patterns. Through self-awareness, it is possible to make strides in reducing posture-related back pain. Let’s check out 7 different back stretches that will make your spine smile!Read More
If you’ve been looking for ways to exercise during this quarantine, you might’ve come across a bunch of videos or articles talking about high intensity interval training (HIIT). This workout method has been used in athletic training and was researched for decades prior to its recent popularization.Read More
With most gyms and workout studios still closed, it can be hard to find new ways to exercise. And if you're not the biggest fan of cardio like me, you may not be too fond of the idea of early morning runs or evening walks. But that doesn’t mean that you can’t work up a good sweat in the comfort of your own home!
You’re lifting a dumbbell above your head when you feel the gut-wrenching effects of the cheesy tacos you had for lunch. Or even worse, you’re running, getting dizzy, and losing the pep in your step when you realize you have to run back for food.Read More
If you are tired of working out at Wooden and BFit, it may be time to take your exercise routine out in the fresh air and sunshine! Here are five of our favorite outdoor spots to workout at UCLA to get you started:Read More
College can be a very rewarding time, but sometimes it can seem like there is no time left to take care of yourself. Yes, grades are important and so is job-hunting. However, at the end of the day, your health should come first.
30 minutes into your workout at Bfit and you expect your body to show the results almost immediately. No, I am not talking about the outline of an enviable six-pack or bulging biceps. I am referring to something just as satisfying but much more realistic--sweat.Read More
Most of us are already familiar with the fact that exercising regularly can have benefits such as maintaining a healthy weight and improving cardiovascular health. As if we need yet another reason to exercise, there is also the suggestion that physical activity may also improve one’s mood and increase feelings of happiness...Read More
The transition from winter to spring is often rainy and cold, which conjures up thoughts of snuggling in a warm blanket with a hot chocolate in hand, drifting between napping on the couch, and changing the channels on the TV. Even the most motivated exercising go-getters are tempted by this couch potato habit...