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Stanford campus workout options: Mid-quarter pricing!

Scroll through this page for info/news about: Stanford Rec & Wellness Group Fitness, Rec and Aquatics classes AOERC Climbing Wall Women’s-focused and Men’s-focused Training Free Fitness Week Stanford’s Outdoor Fitness Court Spring Intramurals Stanford Aerobics and Yoga (SAY) Stanford Recreation & Wellness Facility Hour Updates:      Avery Aquatic Center: July 29 – Aug 9 | […]

Aren’t you already enough?

A Stanford Psychologist Says Feeling Like You’re Not Enough Rips These 5 Things Away From You Stanford CAPS psychologist, Meag-gan O’Reilly, PhD, identifies five things that get stolen from us when we despair that we’re not enough: Dreams Ambitions Relationships Health Happiness Scott Mautz, speaker and author of ‘Find the Fire’ and ‘Make It Matter,’ […]

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Vaping: What’s the Risk?

Mango. Crème brûlée. Cucumber. Mint. No, these aren’t just ice cream flavors. They are some of the flavors enticing you to vape. Electronic cigarettes, commonly known as e-cigs, vapes, e-hookahs, mods, vape pens and pod-based products, are everywhere. Some students believe the marketing that promotes e-cigs as a “safer, healthier” alternative to smoking tobacco cigarettes. […]

New fave workout tool: MuscleWiki

Understand your body, muscle by muscle … MuscleWiki: The Interactive Tool for Working Out Whether you just want to stretch or strength train, MuscleWiki can be a super-helpful tool. Pick a muscle from the interactive body map, and the website will show you to a list of moves (GIFs included!). We’re big fans of these […]

Runners on running … at Stanford

Most of us know that running is associated with health benefits. Running helps prevent heart disease and diabetes, improves mental health, can contribute to weight loss, helps you sleep better and probably reduces your risks of certain cancers. (Learn more: Run for your health.) And Stanford is a great place to run! But not all […]