Check out this great resource for you and your children to stay active and healthy during these difficult times of isolation.
Y TalkMeditation Message by Melissa Brehm
Enjoy this meditation from Group Exercise Instructor Melissa Brehm!
Y TalkThe 7-Minute Magical Workout by Cecelia Clippinger
Research says as little as 7 minutes makes a difference in your fitness level. Do these exercises for 30 seconds with a 10 second in between.
Y TalkFamily Word Workouts by Tara Young
Using Family Word Workouts is a great way to get everyone moving. Pick the same word or everyone can choose a word and then get your heart rate up when doing the exercises.
Y TalkFun At-Home Activities for Families by Brittany Kemp
At some point today in between the working from home, the dishes, the laundry and the coffee that never seems strong enough… stop to snuggle your little one. After the snuggling is done, try one of these fun activities!
Y TalkOutdoor Workout by Brooke Wiseman
Get outdoors and get moving! If you are able to safely run the trails, they can provide a great cardio and leg workout. However, if you are not up for running, take some breaks along your walk and mix in a few of these exercises for an added workout.
Y TalkYouth Soccer: Development from Your Own Home by Kelly Tyrrell
If you own a soccer ball and have kids who are willing to dedicate some of their free time to skill development and fitness, there is still a lot that can be accomplished during this time away from teammates, organized practices and games.
Y TalkHomebound Smoothie by Linda Henninger
Use your frozen fruits and veggies to create an awesome healthy immune boosting smoothie and let food be your medicine!
Y TalkHello Sunshine by Bipp and Calee Rose
The birds are chirping, and the sun is shining, let's try to incorporate 30 minutes of outside play today.
Y TalkLearning Through Play by Nicholas Newcomer
One of the best ways that school-aged children can learn is through play. Whether it be physically active play or competitive or recreational stationary play, both are beneficial to a child’s moral and social development.
Y TalkPerspective by Justin Rose
Every day, every hour, there is a new mandate, order or decree – all of which further and further restrict our ability to continue with our lives as usual, or even any semblance of usual. However, I find that when we are the most stressed, we find the things that are most important to us.
Y News15-Minute Workout by Linda Henninger
Good day wellness warriors! Here’s a High Intensity Work Out that will wage war on your corona weariness!
Y TalkPortion Size vs. Serving Size by Brooke Wiseman
One way to eat healthy is to know how much you are eating and that is where understanding Portion Size vs. Serving Size comes into play.
Y TalkMake Cooking a Family Affair by Michelle Bell
Since you’re eating most of your meals at home and don’t have to rush to eat before heading to school, practices and other activities, this is the perfect time to involve your kids in the meal planning and preparation process.
Y TalkSt. Patty’s Day Scavenger Hunt by Brittany Rose
In lieu of St. Patrick’s Day activities your kids might have been doing at school, here is something fun to do with them at home.