Ashley B. Greenblatt, For The Inquirer

Ashley B. Greenblatt, For The Inquirer

Ashley Blake Greenblatt is a certified personal trainer and wellness coach with a focus on movement and mindfulness.

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Burned out from working at home? Reset your body with these quick stretches

To maximize the benefits of these brain and body stimulating exercises, plan on practicing them midday rather than at the beginning or end of your workday.

3 relaxation exercises to decrease stress

One of the most accessible methods for managing stress is learning how to breathe properly.

If core-strengthening planks and push-ups are painful on your wrists, here are 5 modifications

Don’t push through the pain and suffer through your sets. Instead, try these tiny tweaks in form to help lighten the load on your wrists and make these tried-and-true exercises more enjoyable.

Do floor-based exercises bother your achy knees? Try these 4 modifications

Keep your joints jolly by performing these popular floor-based fitness moves from your feet.

Kick-start your 2021 fitness goals with Week 4 of our monthlong workout plan

Tour home has everything you need for an effective workout. Rethink the function of basic household staples such as a chair, wall, or staircase, to accommodate your strength training needs.

Kick-start your 2021 fitness goals with Week 3 of our monthlong workout plan

By gradually escalating your efforts over these last two weeks, you can safely and steadily boost your endurance and abilities. Here is this week’s fitness challenge.

Kick-start your 2021 fitness goals with Week 2 of our monthlong workout plan

For week two, you can expect a slightly more challenging set of exercises. By slowly increasing the intensity each week, you’re more likely to avoid burnout and most importantly, stay safe.

Kick start your 2021 fitness goals with four weeks of progressive workout plans

For each week in January, you will be given a brand new workout that builds from the week before. This well-rounded routine will include both cardio and strength training.

How to regain control over your health in 2021

If you picked up unhealthy habits in 2020, like becoming a serial snacker, neglecting exercise, or letting stress smother you, ditch those toxic tendencies in 2021 and start anew.

Fun exercises to keep the family active this holiday season

Since COVID-19 concerns are forcing us to limit interactions with friends and family this holiday, you’ll need fun, festive family events to keep the kids happy and active during the winter break.