4 Ways to Manage Stress

As college students, we tend to get bogged down with assignments, homework and exams as the semester rolls on. It’s hard for us to utilize the plethora of stress relieving techniques out there because the thought of adding yet another activity—to our already drowning schedule—seems daunting!

Well, good news is around the corner; April is Stress Awareness Month! Therefore, we have done the hard work for you! Below are 4 quick, short fire ways to relieve stress! Read more

7 Ways to Reduce College Stress

It’s no surprise that many college students feel stressed. Whether it’s cramming for tests, worrying about financials, or managing being on their own for the first time, students often become overwhelmed and most often don’t know how to deal with it.

Here’s to knowing better for next time! Read more

4 ways exercise helps improve your grades

Do you feel that no matter how much you study that some things just don’t stick to memory? Well, you’re not alone. Many college students across the country study for hours and still get grades that are average or below on their midterms.

If you feel like you’re in the same boat, I’m here to tell you that there ARE ways to change this! Although you may have a busy schedule and it may seem like you barely have time to eat dinner, there are many reasons why you should schedule an extra hour at the gym each day. Here they are: Read more

College tips for student health and staying in shape

Fresh vegetables are important components of a...

Fresh veggies are important components of a healthy diet!

How to be healthy in college? That’s a big question. With the dreaded “Freshman 15” weight gain looming, college may not evoke a place of healthy eating and exercise, what with the pizza, late parties and extensive napping. But some very common sense tips for college life can help you stay in shape and maintain student health while you’re juggling classes, a part-time job and a social life.

Exercise tips

Exercise: make a plan and do it. Map out a fitness schedule each day or a few days a week for some vigorous exercise to give your body and mind a good workout. Read more

Health and fitness: Fun fitness workouts and exercise ideas to keep you motivated

Woman with hula hoop, Folsum Street Fair, San ...During the summer months, health and fitness come naturally and staying in shape is no problem. There are plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables and fun fitness workouts to enjoy wherever you go. But once you’re back on a school schedule you may need some exercise ideas that will keep you motivated when you’re short on time.

Dance your butt off

The best kind of exercise is one where you don’t feel as you’re working out at all. That means stepping to the rhythm of a powerful beat. If you love to dance, you’ve got to try Zumba. This popular trend is popping up everywhere. You can join a class or buy a DVD and dance the night away at home yourself or with a friend. Read more

How to get in shape for spring break 2013…or at least before summer!

Student fitnessOkay everybody, listen up. Depending on when your spring break 2013 falls, you only have a few weeks left to get your body swimsuit ready — and this year you can do it without the fad diets. No eating cabbage soup or starving yourself with the three-day diet. Instead, check out some of these tips and find out how to get in shape before you hit the beach this spring.

Exercise is important

It can cost a lot of money to get in shape, and most college students are on a strict budget. Read more