Live Well

Devils in Depth: Academic goals

Adaptive Athletes join ASU community

The SDFC welcomes its newest facility—the Adaptive Training Center (ATC), which is used as a workout space for athletes with physical disabilities.

The facility is an expansion of the Adaptive Training Foundation (ATF), a nine week program originating in Dallas, Texas.

The program is designed to empower athletes with physical challenges and help them grow both mentally and physically. It is now running at ASU every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Workout Challenge: Leg Day

Ready to take on a new challenge for leg day? We have created a killer leg workout that can be completed in under 20 minutes. You can do it at home or here at the SDFC!

Here’s why it’s crucial to treat yourself

You have probably heard about how important it is to take care of your body and eat right, but do you really take much time to treat yourself?

At some point, we all need time to relax, reflect and recharge. I’m talking about intentional isolation.

Devils In Depth: What's your summer jam?

“Devils in Depth” is a project that gets down to earth and captures the diversity of Arizona State’s student population. We engage in conversations with students in an effort to learn more about their passions and get a feel for who they really are. Then we ask them their thoughts on a central theme. This time the theme was a simple and fun question. What’s your summer jam?


Sun Devils Care, Share Clean Air

Your Opinion Matters! Follow the link below to take a brief six question survey regarding regulations around Phoenix parks and reserves becoming tobacco-free environments.

More daily mental health tips to help you Live Well

Make time for yourself

As important as social interaction is, a healthy dose of alone time isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Don’t be afraid to say “no” to plans if you’re feeling overwhelmed. Being alone gives you time to relax and recharge. You can also reflect on the day that was and get creative with plans for the following day. When you have time to yourself, you have the space to identify your needs and tend to them.

Living Well with daily mental health tips

It is important to remember that your mind needs just as much attention and care as your body! Apply these daily tips to strengthen your mental health and stay in a positive headspace.

AS(U) should try this too! My experience at Piladance

The Sun Devil Fitness Complex has a wide variety of group wellness classes. Some students may be afraid to try new things or may have never even heard of the wellness classes that ASU provides. That’s where I come in. I’m here to show everyone what these classes are all about by sharing my experience in hopes that it may encourage others to try the class as well.

This time I decided to try out the Piladance class. I didn’t know what to expect going into the class and I don’t mind doing some dancing. On any occasion, my go-to dances are hittin’ my folk or milly rocking like so.

College students struggle with eating healthy

College students today are having trouble eating healthy due to a lack of time and funds.

Oregon State University published a study in 2011, which revealed that college students are not consuming the recommended amount of fruits or vegetables.

President of the Student Nutrition Council on campus, Anateresa De Leon was able to speak on what barriers students face when trying to eat healthy.

“A lot of it is money and also we’re college students so, our priorities aren’t always great. A lot of times we want short term satisfaction versus long term.” De Leon said.