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Mindful Movement

Need a little bit of time to clear your head? Want to break a sweat but also want to find some zen? Then lace up your tennis shoes, grab your earphones, and hit the ground running (ha-ha) with dynamic running therapy. This type of run can improve your mood and ease anxiety, stress, and depression. Being mindful can enhance mental …

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Heathy Hack for a Healthy Back

You run, lift weights, eat healthy, and drink plenty of water. But are you taking proper care of your back? A healthy back is essential in turning your body into a well-oiled machine. Think of it this way – your back is like a tree trunk and your arms/legs are tree limbs. A strong tree trunk ensures that the tree …

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Fitness from the Comfort of Your Own Home

It’s getting to be time of year again! The weather is getting colder and the days are getting shorter. Winter always makes me want to hibernate in the comfort of my own home with a blanket and a good book. Just because you want to stay inside doesn’t mean you have to let your fitness fall to the wayside! Check …

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Jump over Those Barriers

If you want results, it’s important to be consistent and dedicated. But sometimes barriers stand in our way. Life gets busy, work has us exhausted, and family takes up a majority of our time. However, it doesn’t have to be this way! Don’t let those barriers keep you from achieving your fitness goals! Here are some common excuses to getting …

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Post Thanksgiving Burn!

Calories in means calories out right? One way to get right back on track after the holiday is with some exercise. After hours or even days of celebration it may feel like it would take months to reverse all that was done. It just takes a little motivation and a gradual get back into a normal routine. Here are some …

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I’m With The Bands

Once upon a time, I thought that resistance bands were only for seventy year old women in their pilates classes. I would roll my eyes at the thought of using them for strength work. However, after doing some research and trying them out myself, I had a change of heart. Turns out, resistance bands can give you a killer workout. Benefits of …

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Exercise Your Brain, Increase Brain Power

Who knew that exercise was also good for brain power? Exercise – do it for your health, do it for your image, but also do it for cognitive function. Did you know that even just 30 minutes on the treadmill can give your brain what it needs to preform at maximum efficiency? HOW Exercise helps to pump extra blood to …

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How to Make the Most out Rest Days

There is a saying, “It’s not how hard you train, but how well you recover.” Your muscles need time to recover from lifting in order to become stronger and larger. Incorporating one to two off days in your workout schedule is essential for muscle growth and repair in addition to other health benefits such as a stronger immune system and …

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Hate Working Out, Check Out These Tips!

Are you someone that cringes at the idea of working out? Someone that thinks of going for a run, or going to the gym as punishment. There are even some people that claim to be allergic to exercise. Physical activity is a necessity when it comes to the prevention of many chronic diseases, and increasing/controlling overall health. Check out some …

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Spot Reduction: Can It Be Done?

One of the most common “goals” people have when they start their fitness journey? Spot reduction. You know what I mean. Someone wants a flatter stomach, or skinnier legs, or slimmer arms. Plastered all over magazines, infomercials, and social media are advertisements such as, “Eat this superfood for a flat stomach!” and “4 minute abs!” My response to all of …

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