TDB Resource Center
Health and Fitness Resources
Bentley Websites and Resources
Bentley's Athletics homepage - hours of operation for the Dana Center, etc.
Bentley's Center for Health and Wellness- health topics and resources
Bentley's EAP, KGA, Inc, has TONS of great fitness and wellness materials on its website!
Sodexo's Mind, Body and Soul website - nutritional value calculators, information on special dietary needs, recipes and more!
Waverly Oaks Athletic Club in Waltham
Tufts Health Plan website - valuable resources such as health news articles, topics, and tools
Other Websites and Articles
Here are a few interesting websites you might like to browse:
The Walking Site
This site provides a lot of information about walking, shoes, common injuries/pains associated with walking.
Start Walking Now (from the American Heart Association)
This site is a great place to enter your food and exercise for the day (you do need to register). It gives charts so that you can see where your calories are coming from. You can compare food consumption with exercise to see if you are eating a lot more than you are burning, etc. Best of all, it's free!
My Food Pyramid
MyPyramid Plan can help you choose the foods and amounts that are right for you. For a quick estimate of what and how much you need to eat, enter your age, gender, and activity level in the MyPyramid Plan box.
A fantastic website filled with runner's resources such as a virtual trainer, club information and rankings, running tips, charity runs, and a place online to store your running log!
Get up-to-date information on a variety of activities and sporting events (such as basketball, tennis, cycling, baseball, etc.), as well as sports nutrition and active lifestyle resources.
Sign up for a free "SNaC BYTES" newsletter at SensibleNutrition.com
Get up from your chair (permanently lose the TV remote) or out of your car more often (avoid drive-through windows).
When unloading groceries from your car, carry one or two bags at a time into the house.
Start a hobby like gardening that makes you move.
View chores like lawn mowing, dusting, and vacuuming as opportunities to exercise.
Turn off the TV and play with the children, which will tax you as much as you allow.
Try dancing. There are styles to suit any preference.
Learn a new sport. Take golf, tennis, or racquetball lessons.
Do double duty. When you shop for groceries, move quickly down the aisles. You may miss some items and have to backtrack, but that only adds to your workout.
Join groups that are active, like mall walkers, hikers, or bicyclists.