An article sheds light on a recent study naming the number one exercise for slowing down the aging process. It may not be what you think! Routine physical exercise reverses the signs of aging in the brain, and guess… read more.
Longevity and aging well are two things to which we all aspire. Today, Baby Boomers (born between 1945 and 1964) and their elders are living longer than ever before. They are also living better, healthier lives, due to changes… read more.
by Meaghan Foley, Fitness Instructor at Brier Creek Country Club When we think of the word “nourishment” we tend to associate it immediately with food. I’m challenging you to think about the things you do to fill your soul… read more.
Beach season is approaching, and many of us will soon try on a bathing suit or two to quickly realize that we probably didn’t make the best food and activity choices this winter. Besides the fact that the winter… read more.
Summer is over; it is time for the homework, studying, tests, and watching your child RUCK march off to school. Rucking is the march that soldiers practice with heavy packs on their backs. The only difference is that a… read more.
(Robert Marchand, 102, rides to beat his own hourly record at the National Velodrome of Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines in Montigny-le-Bretoneux, on January 31, 2014.) Living in Aspen has always seemed to me a bit like Never-Never Land, where people refuse to… read more.
“Go to a forest. Walk slowly. Breathe. Open all your senses. This is the healing way of Shinrin-yoku Forest Therapy, the medicine of simply being in the forest.” – Alan Watts After almost a decade of leading our Club’s… read more.
Water plays an important role in our physical endeavors. Dehydration not only will affect your performance in sports, but can also cause serious health complications. Electrolytes, such as sodium, potassium, chloride and magnesium are necessary for proper muscle contraction… read more.