• SEPTEMBER 24, 2014
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    Your way to fit

    If you are on a journey to lose weight, you probably realize that you need to be more active. Maybe you had a routine, but it got old or it no longer fits into your schedule. Or maybe you just like to switch it up a bit – we do after all have more than

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    • JANUARY 16, 2015
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    Work Your Workout into Your Lunch Break

    Okay, I know we’re all busy. Many of us just can’t seem to find the time before or after work to fit in the physical activity time we need. So what can we do?!! Well, I found a great list of ideas for those of us that have a lunch break and want to stay

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    • APRIL 11, 2014
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    Tipping the Scale, in the right direction

    Many of us may know the basics of the weight equation – balance calories consumed and calories burned through being physically active in the direction we want our weight to go. Weight Loss = More Calories Burned than Consumed (or Less Calories Consumed than Burned) Weight Maintenance = Equal Calories Burned and Consumed Weight Gain

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    • JULY 29, 2013
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    Success Maintained

    There is nothing like before and after pictures to help get us and keep us motivated. 

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    • APRIL 30, 2014
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    MOVING for Success

    Earlier this month I posted about Tipping the Scales, in the right direction. In the post, I discussed the weight equation and where to start to if you are looking to lose weight. I highlighted physical activity and how much is recommended – there were even a few suggestions. Unless you have been stuck in

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    • JUNE 20, 2014
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    Move

    Our bodies were made to MOVE, in fact, we have approximately 206 bones and 640 muscles all perfectly designed to help us move. On top of that research has shown that frequent moderate- to vigorous-intensity activity plays a big role in prevention of cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, some cancers and obesity. The current recommendation

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    • NOVEMBER 19, 2018
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    Maintain, Don’t Gain This Holiday Season

    Maintaining good health doesn’t have to mean sacrificing all of the family dinners, office potlucks, and holiday treats we love…

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    • NOVEMBER 20, 2014
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    Looking for a Leg Workout?

    As the holidays approach we may need a little more motivation to keep moving, not to mention a few more extra minutes in the day. Why not switch things up a little and enjoy an outdoor leg workout? Read the Article Here

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    • JANUARY 24, 2014
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    It’s not a diet, it’s a lifestyle

    Unfortunately, weight loss takes more than just desire. It takes commitment and a good plan. However, shedding those extra pounds does not have to be overwhelming. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has created a step-by-step guide to get you started. Step 1 – Make a commitment If you are reading this you most

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    • SEPTEMBER 4, 2014
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    How to Burn Out

    This article’s title made me laugh. Do we really need a guide on how to wear out our initial desire and motivation to be physically active? No, not really. However, this article written by Registered Sports Dietitian and Strength and Conditioning Coach, Justin Robinson, gives you easy steps to avoid the most common pitfalls. Wing

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    • DECEMBER 9, 2013
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    For Your Health’s Sake

    Still looking for little more motivation to keep your exercise routine a priority over the holiday season? “You will find plenty of time to be sick if you cannot find time to stay healthy.”        – Sports nutritionist Nancy Clark This just in: Expert says, exercising during holidays has many benefits. Read the whole article now.

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    • AUGUST 28, 2013
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    Fighting Afternoon Fatigue?

    Middle of the day for exercise … better energy boost than the candy bar from the snack machine. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323608504579024773708604060.html  

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    • AUGUST 20, 2014
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    Exercise and Avoiding Injury

    Let’s face it being physically active comes with the possibility of injury.  But this shouldn’t stop you from being active as the risks associated with eliminating physical activity all together are much more sever.  While accidents happen, many injuries are preventable. So whether you are an exercise beginner or a confident fitness fanatic you need

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    • OCTOBER 28, 2014
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    30-min Exercises Everyone Can Do

    Exercise helps you stay within a healthy weight range, supports brain function, promotes healthier sleep patterns, combats depression and anxiety, and decreases risk for disease. It also boosts overall energy levels leading to increased productivity, which means you actually get more done when you make time to exercise. This is a bonus during the holiday

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