Now that Spring has finally arrived, it’s time to take your workout outdoors! A simple walk is a great start. Ready to STEP it up? Join Fitness Coach, Chris Varano for a fun workout that will definitely put some spring back into your step and get you out of those winter blues.
Lower Body Moves:
1. Stair Step Ups
2. Calf Raises
3. Side Squats
Upper Body Move:
4. Push Ups
‘Sometimes, the last thing we need at the beginning of a new year is the addition of a grueling new workout regime,’ Karen tells Metro.co.uk.
‘Starting out gentler and slower gives us time to recover from the busy festive season, it gives us a chance to breathe and relax and ease our way into a new year, and it also gives us the chance to check in with our bodies and give them what they need whether that be rest, stretching, a gentle jog, or some heavy deadlifts.’
Here are some tips for starting a new habit with exercise that doesn’t have to be all-or-nothing:
Sheet Pan Sausage and Veggies makes for the best simple, filling, and nutritious dinner with virtually no cleanup! Toss this killer seasoning blend with your favorite veggies and smoked sausage and then roast them all to perfection. Top with freshly grated Parmesan cheese and enjoy as is or over a cooked grain.
Pair Sheet Pan Sausage and Veggies with a quick and simple salad like this Cucumber salad or Fruit salad recipe.
See the full recipe at https://www.chelseasmessyapron.com/one-pan-healthy-sausage-and-veggies/#_a5y_p=5830687
Maybe you want to inject a little bit more creativity into your day-to-day. Looking to take a few more steps per day? Or, adding a vegetables to your plate at each meal? Ask yourself: Is this goal sustainable? The trick is to track something that creates forward momentum and is doable every single day.
Aim for something called “micromastery“—finding a small, concrete skill you can master before leveling up to the next one.
Learn more at https://advice.theshineapp.com/articles/tackling-a-big-goal-focus-on-your-small-but-mighty-moves/
Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women, killing more women than all forms of cancer combined. Learn what it means to Go Red For Women to help women like you fight back:
Ask your doctor to check your blood pressure and cholesterol.
Stop smoking, lose weight, exercise, and eat healthy.
It’s up to you. No one can do it for you.
We think it won’t happen to us, but heart disease kills one of three women.
Make healthy food choices for you and your family.
Teach your kids the importance of staying active.
Tell every woman you know that heart disease is our No. 1 killer.
Telehealth is here! When you call to be considered for a telehealth appointment, one of our LPN nurses will discuss your appointment needs with you to see if it meets the criteria necessary. If you are interested in learning more, call 402 367-3193 to make an appointment in person on online with our telehealth option. The photos show an actual telehealth appointment from the comforts of home.
We are here for you!
Congratulations to the Butler County Clinic and all members of SERP, as they have scored 100% on the URAC Level 1 and is now URAC Level 1 Qualified.
The Butler County Clinic is a founding member of the SERPA-ACO (SouthEast Nebraska Rural Physician Alliance–Accountable Care Organization.) SERPA-ACO is a group of 16 clinics in southeast Nebraska dedicated to improving health care for our patients.
SERPA-ACO and its members believe that a healthy population begins by creating a health care system focused on high-quality value-based care. We use the Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) model of care where we not only address the problem that brings our patients to the clinic but also their preventative health care needs: screening tests such as mammography, colorectal cancer screening, immunizations, smoking cessation education, fall risk assessments, etc.
We use evidence-based medicine to prevent and limit illness, reduce unnecessary testing, emergency room visits, and hospital admissions. Many patients have chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, coronary heart disease, chronic lung disease. Our goal is to help our patients with these diseases to optimally manage their medical problems to improve their quality of life.