It may be summer, but between friends, jobs and other summer activities, it can be hard to get enough shut-eye.
When it comes to eating better, most people wonder where their sugary favorites fit into their diet. Most weight loss programs will tell you to…
Generally speaking, Penn State fitness has started the year off right for those gym-loving fitness gurus, and now it seems to be getting even better with the White Building renovations finally being completed and the soon-to-be state of the art facilities being added to the IM Building.
Fitbits are all the rage in the health industry, and for good reason. There are many fun and healthy benefits to owning one, and you would be surprised at how many different features it has!
To any student that relies on all-nighters to pass exams, Valley has some bad news for you.
If you’ve ever taken a fitness class anywhere on campus, from the White Building, to Rec Hall, all the way to the IM Building, chances are you’ve had senior Lindsey Hutterer as your instructor once or twice.
The “Military Diet” is this [surprisingly easy] 3 day diet that claims to help you lose 10 pounds in one week. Sounds a little too good to be true, doesn’t it? Valley thought so, too.
From the time we entered grade school, we have been measured, pinched, and prodded in health class to assess our “BMI” or Body Mass Index.
A diet where eating Pop-tarts, donuts, and McDonald’s is encouraged? It sounds too good to be true, but the IIFYM (If It Fits Your Macro’s) diet claims you really can eat whatever you want.