Do Fitness Trackers Really Work?

arm with fitness trackerAccording to industry research, roughly one-quarter of U.S. adults (nearly 57 million people) use a fitness tracker — those wearable devices that record your daily physical activity along with other health data, such as heart rate or calories burned.

But the question is: Do these ubiquitous bits of technology really make us more fit and healthy?

Drive Out Golf Injuries

golf injury illustrationWhile golf is a relatively low-impact sport, injuries can still occur. In particular, knee and other joint pain, shoulder pain, and back stiffness, can rear their ugly heads. Although this season is well underway, it’s always important to learn how to protect that PGA-worthy swing.

Hydration … Why Is it important?

water with infused fruitDid you know that water makes up approximately 60% of your body weight? Your body depends on it for survival as every cell, tissue and organ needs it to properly function. But are you really getting enough? Are there ways to make hydrating more fun?