For further wellness resources on the UGA campus, check out the links below:
The Health Promotion Department in the University Health Center offers programs and services for nutrition, alcohol and drug education, sexual health and stress management.
Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) in the University Health Center provides short-term individual counseling, group counseling, crisis intervention, psychiatric evaluation and medication monitoring, psychological testing. CAPS is an excellent resource for students with eating disorders, grief from a loss, or are coping with trauma.
American College of Exercise (ACE) is a certifying body of group fitness and personal training professionals as well as a great resource for exercise information. Topics that can be found on ACE include: running training programs, an exercise library to switch up your current workouts, as well as various articles to help you improve your overall health.
American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) is the worlds largest sports medicine and exercise science organization in the world. Use ACSM as a resource to a vast amount of information that has the backing of scientific research as well as practical application.
Active.com Active.com is a great resource to read articles that are relevant to the daily exerciser. You can search by your favorite activities (triathlons, running a 5k, etc.), check out trending articles or fitness challenges as well as learn about different races/fitness events taking place in your local area.
Choose My Plate is a great resource to track your physical activity and food for the day. Also has great articles about healthy eating, ways to be active, and additional information and links to other websites like it.