Oculus quietly rolled out a fitness tracker, called Oculus Move, that lives inside its Quest headsets. Users who download the software can watch the calories they burn in virtual reality, along with their physically active minutes, climb on a ticker floating above or below their field of view. With a deeper dive into the tracker’s dashboard, they can also set goals and track their progress over time.
If you’re experiencing periods of intense and sudden emotional swings that affect your relationships, work, and quality of life, it could be related to a medical condition called borderline personality disorder (BPD). Learn more about BPD and a research study to evaluate an investigational drug for people who have BPD.
We know it’s hard to create healthy habits, but relax, we’re not asking you to snort chia seeds eight times a day.
Start with more water: a little each hour. Sure, you’ll pee more, but each time you go, you’re flushing out toxins. You also get more breaks at work.
In Major League Baseball, spring training is a series of practices and exhibition games preceding the start of the regular season. Spring training allows new players to try out for roster and position spots, and gives established players practice time prior to competitive play.
With summer just around the corner, there is no better time to level up your fitness routine. If you’ve been regularly exercising and are looking to ramp up your routine, this program could take your training to the next level. Whether it’s to look good in a bathing suit, have more energy for the longer days, or to just feel better, this program will give you a jumpstart to increased fitness without taking up too much time.
This eight-week training program is designed to increase strength, help you shed a couple of pounds, and have you feeling your best for summer. It consists of three total-body lifts and three cardiovascular high-intensity interval training workouts to be completed each week.
The key to the program is consistency. For the next eight weeks, if you can commit to 30-45 minutes a day, six days a week, you will feel a difference in your health and fitness.