Fit & Food Corner

The F&F Corner is the online extension of The Fit and Food Connection’s (FAFC) mission to provide healthy living resources to low income families throughout the greater St. Louis area.

The FAFC believes that true holistic wellness comes from five things: Exercise, Nutrition, Stress/Sleep Management, Goal Setting, and Positivity. Although we would love for everyone to be able to attend our events in person, we know that your busy lifestyle might not always allow that. This is where The Fit & Food Corner comes in. This page contains resources that complement our in-person events and classes so that you have even more resources to improve your health at the tips of your fingers.

Couples Workout

Couples Workout

Exercise can be that much more motivating when we do it with our significant other. It’s like having a

“built-in” accountability partner who can encourage you in your fitness routine....

A man doing pushups with a personal trainer.

How to Exercise in Less Time 

The holidays can be a busy time of year, with holiday parties, gift shopping, and seeing friends and family leaving less time for exercise and taking care of yourself. But as our Fit & Food...

Exercising on a trail in the Fall

Fall Fitness

Fall is the perfect time to get out and enjoy the outdoors while also moving your body. Take advantage of the cooler temps and beautiful fall leaves by safely checking out these St. Louis...

Thank you, Luxco!

The Fit and Food Connection has come a long way since it's beginning, and none of it would have been possible without the tremendous support of our donors, parteners, sponsors, and friends. Not...

Thank you to Enterprise Medical!

Recently, the Fit and Food Connection received a kind donation of FAFC branded t-shirts from Enterprise Medical. These t-shirts have helped us with our marketing initiatives immensely. We would...

Give STL Day 2016 was a Huge Success!

This year, the Fit and Food Connection participated in Give STL Day for the first time. Give STL Day is a full 24 hours of online giving, sponsored by the St. Louis Community Foundation....

Valentine's Dinner

Valentine’s Dinner for 2

Date night dinners are often associated with expensive and fancy meals, when, in reality, they don’t need to be either of those things! What makes a date night special is intentionally setting...

Prepped meals in fridge.

10 Easy Ways to Meal Prep in Less Time

With the New Year upon us, it’s common to make the resolution to “eat better” or “get healthy”. But in order to achieve a resolution like this, it’s important to have tangible actions...

Gingerbread cookies.

Healthy and Happy Holiday Tips

The holidays are meant to be a time filled with joy, but sometimes the stress of fitting everything in and balancing celebrating with taking care of ourselves can be overwhelming. Here are some...

The Science Behind Love Languages

It’s been many years since Gary Chapman wrote “The Love Languages” book, but this classic still

has much to teach us in terms of how to have fulfilling relationships and expressing love...

valentines

Why Send Valentines?

Why send Valentines? We all remember our grade school days when every year we would all pass out our Valentines on
February 14th to each of our classmates. It was always so exciting to open up...

Heart Shaped bowl of Fruit

Coronavirus: How to Stay Healthy At Home

The coronavirus outbreak is causing many of us to work from home — and stay home period. But it shouldn’t be a license to let yourself go completely. Two of the biggest mistakes you can make...

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National Osteoporosis Month

May is National Osteoporosis Month. According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, about 54 million Americans have osteoporosis and low bone density, sometimes called osteopenia. Osteoporosis...

September Calendar

September Challenge

The start of the school year in September can be used as a “clean slate”. This time of transition is the perfect opportunity to incorporate a habit into your life that you know will bring you...

A sign that says "Give thanks"

Take Time to be Grateful

Gratitude. It’s something that we should talk about every month, but it is especially apparent during November around Thanksgiving.  Showing appreciation for both the big and small things in...

A woman in bed on her laptop.

Dealing with the “Sunday Scaries”

Many people might work from home now, but that doesn’t mean the “Sunday Scaries” don’t still come out in full force on Sunday evenings. The feeling of sadness or dread that comes on...

A pile of ice cubes.

Quick Stress Reducing Strategies

During these uncertain and always changing times, it’s really important to have quick stress-reducing strategies to help us work through our emotions. Establishing and practicing healthy habits...