Posted February 13, 2018 by Josh Crank
Athletes around the world work every day to achieve great lengths at their respective sports. Their mind are constantly focused on winning, not burning calories. But that doesn’t mean they aren’t burning them by the truckload.
Posted February 6, 2018 by Josh Crank
Between the usual rush of New Year’s fitness resolutions and watching talented athletes, there’s no shortage of inspiration to get in better shape. But energy-savvy exercisers might be aware that while they’re burning calories on the treadmill, they’re also drawing watts from the grid. So what’s the best way to make sure your workout is as energy efficient as possible?
Posted January 16, 2018 by Ebony Porter
A popular New Year’s resolution is to start eating healthier, but when it comes to eating, drastic changes can often steer us off the path toward greater health. Small steps are often the most successful ways toward eating healthier, and little changes in your diet can go a long way.
Posted May 2, 2017 by Direct Energy Wellness
This article is not for those that have a passion for working out, running, training, cross-fitting, power lifting, cycling, rowing, etc. This article is for those of us that like to work out or understand the importance of staying active but a lot of the time we’re bored or have a hard time staying engaged with our daily exercise regimen. I will assume 4 things during this article: you have a smart phone or device, wear a health & fitness wearable device, have a streaming media account, and walk anywhere for physical activity or work out at a gym.
Posted April 20, 2017 by Jessica Bivins
There’s an old saying that the only certain things in life are death and taxes. Well, if you suffer from seasonal allergies, you could probably add a third to that list. While co-workers are talking about how wonderful it is to be outside enjoying the warm weather, friends are calling you to get out for a bike ride and all the world seems to buzz and bloom with activity, your allergies are making you utterly miserable.
Posted December 1, 2016 by Ebony Porter
Keep Your Family Comfortable Without Overworking Your Heater
We get it. You and your family want to stay warm in winter. However, the increased use of your heater – whether it’s gas or electric – can cause your winter energy bills to increase accordingly.