Here are a few of my favorite ways to break the fitness monotony, without breaking the bank.
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As Michael Obbink sat to put on his shoes one morning, he was struck by an intense pain.
The event, hosted by Nebraska Medicine and Project Pink’d, will be back for a second year on April 17.
Losing a limb, he said, is sometimes difficult for patients. But after undergoing initial surgeries and consulting with his doctors, Zachary Wordekemper was comfortable making the call that the foot would go.
“My dad had cancer and everyone helped me and my family when he had to go through treatment,” Paolo Perez said. “I just wanted to give back and return the favor.”
On Feb. 1, 2018, I put on a pair of sneakers and went for a run for the first time in more than 30 years.
“I think it’s a matter of the world does not revolve around me. The major thing I can do for other people is to help them. At the end of the day, I hope that people will just remember me as making a difference.”
The program offers free dental care to those who are uninsured, underinsured or who have difficulty getting to the dentist.
I am not suggesting supplements or pill forms of these nutrients, writes registered dietitian Jill Koegel. So, each of my favorite nutrient includes suggestions for food sources.
Selecting a health club is a major decision that can have a significant impact on the likelihood you adhere to a fitness program.
This year, instead of setting unrealistic resolutions, I’m being very intentional in my practices to ensure that I officially leave my bad fitness and health habits behind.
When Malik Paulson woke up days after the accident, he was on a ventilator. He was paralyzed from the shoulders down.
This is the season for reflections and resolutions. It will be immediately followed by the season for failure and frustration. That's because people who make health-related New Year's resolutions also make a big mistake: They look at them as an issue of willpower rather than ability.
Riders in June will travel through Sidney, Kimball, Gering, Scottsbluff and Bridgeport.
If you’re seeking advice about how to design your own workout plan, try the following suggestions to program a safe and effective routine.
Julia Wessel, 46, kicked things off. The Seward, Nebraska, woman decided in May 2017 that it was time for a change.
Some extra encouragement for the Huskers hung in a window at the University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital on Friday. The "GBR" sign, spotted from Kinnick Stadium when the Huskers took on the Hawkeyes, was in 2-year-old Jaxson Goudy's room.
Post one or more of these, or create your own to help you stay on track every day.
A handful of races are set leading up to Thanksgiving so you can burn those calories before the big meal.
“So much spirit comes out of her. No matter what kind of day she’s having, she spreads joy,” said gym owner and instructor Naviere Walkewicz.
The organization helps those who have lost the support of hospitals and rehabilitation facilities find medical resources and support in the community.
Amber Kudrna has always wanted to be a mom. But Kudrna wasn't sure she'd be able to have a child of her own. After two kidney transplants, doctors said the Omaha woman could face a laundry list of pregnancy complications.
Joanne Fastje overhauled her diet and picked up running. A year later, the 44-year-old is down more than 80 pounds.