Presidential Seal On Fitness

Perhaps you made a resolution to improve your level of physical fitness this new year. Maybe you will walk more, jog further, or even hit the gym. How about your children? With so many time pressures applied on our kids — school, homework, hobbies, organized...

Resolutions

          Did you make a New Year’s Resolution for 2017? According to Statistic Brain, 45% of us usually make at least one promise to ourselves at the start of every year. Here are the top-10 wishes for self-improvement: 1  Lose Weight 2...

“Arts Of Mars”

The martial arts have long been popular among youth in promoting self-defense skills, physical fitness, and emotional development. A new report published in Pediatrics by the AAP Council on Sports Medicine and Fitness assesses the risks of injuries to children who...

Safety Out On The Trail

  The sunny and warm mornings we’ve had recently haven’t been wasted for those out for a walk, jog, or bike ride on the area’s trails and streets. A brisk walk on the lovely Montour Trail recently revealed people of all ages out and about...

Soccer-Related Injuries

  With more than 44 million American children 18 years old and under participating in youth sports, the number of injuries these young athletes suffer shouldn’t be surprising. Soccer is one sport that has gained in popularity in the U.S. in recent years and...