The CC Health and Fitness Community: Diversity in Thought

According to a published paper titled “Gender and Cultural Diversity in Sports, Exercise, and Performance Psychology” by Diane Gill in 2017, the study of gender and culture, which influences physical activity—specifically sports and exercise—has not […]

Confronting Eating Disorders on Campus

Thirty-five percent of students who diet progress to pathological dieting. Of those, 20–25 percent progress to partial- or full-syndrome eating disorders. This was the impetus for a group conversation last week titled “Learn to Help […]

Healthy Hacks to Strengthen Your Smoothie

Obsessed with your NutriBullet? In the midst of the smoothie bowl craze? You are not alone. However, you may not be getting the most out of your mix. Smoothies are wonderfully versatile because there are […]

Tracking Fitness and Fuel? There’s an App for That

The exponential technological growth of the last few decades has produced numerous inventions that have drastically changed the way many people live day-to-day. One obvious invention that has transformed daily life is the smartphone. The […]

The Cold Cure: Benefits of Cold Exposure

Blankets were invented to sleep comfortably in a unheated room. But now, in our modern society, most everyone sleeps in a warm room. So why do we still use blankets? I asked 12 friends in […]

The Scientific Health Benefits of Saunas

By CARLTON MOELLER When you think about saunas, what’s the first thing that comes to your mind? For many, it’s relaxation, spas, or sweating. But there’s a lot more to them than that. While in […]

Workout of the Week

By COURTNEY KNERR Welcome back to Workout of the Week! The workout this week is a strength circuit. A strength circuit tends to be a little slower than a CrossFit circuit, but it is overall […]