I recently attended the first-ever sedentary behavior and health conference at the University of Illinois. Let’s try to demystify the “science of sitting.”
We’re becoming more determined to make healthier food choices and move more everyday. That’s why we see more wellness lounges on show floors
Finding the time for fitness — even in small doses — is enough to recharge your body and mind, and improve how you work while traveling.
It’s common for those at meetings and to sit for long periods and consume a lot of information in short bursts. Exercise can help, and we’re not talking a mile-long run.
Give up cookies for dark chocolate-covered strawberries? These tips, and others, can make your event one that runs on energy and clear thinking.
“Event coordinator” is one of the Top 10 most stressful jobs of 2014. Here’s how to fight back.
Think back to your last event. How often did you feel tired? Did you get fanny fatigue and/or brain freeze? It’s not uncommon.