For the entire month of April, XTERRA Fitness will join the American Heart Association in getting Healthy for Good™!

The Healthy For Good movement is designed to inspire all Americans to live healthier lives and create lasting change. It focuses on the simple idea that making small, simple changes today can create a difference for generations to come.

The approach is simple: Eat smart. Add color. Move more. Be well.

This mantra breaks down the essential principles of real health – eating healthy, including adding more colorful fruits and veggies; being more physically active; and creating an overall healthy lifestyle including sleep, mindfulness, stress management, mental health, social connection, and more.

Because let’s face it, people don’t want another crazy fad diet, miracle exercise machine, fancy juicer or expensive workout out t. They want to be Healthy For Good. And we want to help, with motivating encouragement, science-based resources, and even a little humor. Healthy For Good is a movement of everyday people everywhere who are committing to improve their health in simple, innovative and sustainable ways.

So, join the movement and move more with us during the month of April! By committing to get active for at least 150 minutes a week, you can get healthier and raise awareness about the importance of being physically active.

Fitness Tips from XTERRA Fitness

How to Get Yourself in the Mood to Work Out

No matter how motivated a person you are, days come up when working out simply feels impossible. Whatever the case, here are a few things you can do to make your workout session more appealing.

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4 Tips for On-the-Go Health and Fitness

Whether you’re a regular traveler or you simply spend a lot of time buzzing around town, it can be difficult to find opportunities to make healthy choices.

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Cardio-Friendly Foods

Everyone knows that diet and exercise go hand-in-hand when it comes to health, but oftentimes people think that the “diet” part is simply about counting and reducing calories, so they eat less out of the misconception that the pounds will just melt away.

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Getting the Most Out of Your Workout

There are a variety of reasons why people exercise — to stabilize their mood or train for an event — but the majority of people who work out do it for two simple reasons: to burn fat and to get stronger.

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