Let’s face it. If your life includes some or all of the following…   Smoke Cigarettes or Vape Constantly Consume Fast Foods Sleep Less than 4 Hours a Night Drink Alcohol in Excess Do Recreational Drugs in Excess Do Prescribed Drugs in Excess Never Exercise Live Under Continuous Stress Maintain Excess Body-Fat 35%+   ……

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  Oh yes, if you’re past the age of five, you probably already know all about stress.    No matter whether you’re young or old, rich or poor, male or female, stress is a part of your life.    And, the more we tend to modernize our living, the more intense the stress becomes.   …

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    Most people make New Year’s Resolutions.  And, most people have a pretty tough time maintaining any of them.    After years of failed resolutions past, why not make it a little easier on ourselves.   What if we choose a few “little things” that will make our lives healthier?   We’ll start with…

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  Stretching is easy to forget.   That’s because the results are not as visible as a HIIT workout, a long run or weight-lifting.    But the truth is, stretching is equally important as your workout.    Stretching can benefit the body in many ways.  it can: Help improve joint range of motion  Decrease the…

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  Summer time grilling is one of the most popular pastimes.   Outdoor cookouts are a great opportunity to relax and visit with friends and family.   But, did you know that the average barbecue meal exceeds 1,800 calories?  For many people, that’s almost an entire day’s worth of calories — in one meal!   …

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  If YOU are my client, I think about you… a lot.     I think about who you are and the lifestyle you live.     I think about the daily habits you might follow and how they affect you — both positively and negatively.   For example:   Do you eat the same…

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Recovery is crucial to maintaining and improving your physical performance and preventing injury at all levels of fitness training.   Short-term recovery could encompass several different activities.  It could be a low-intensity cool-down phase after a tough workout.   Or, it could mean an entire “rest day” where the only activities might include walking, stretching…

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  People who don’t work out always have a reason why.  But except for a very few people who truly cannot exercise, these reasons are thin excuses.   Working out is hard.  It takes time, energy and sometimes gut-wrenching motivation and will power.  Some days it is easy, but many days it is not.  Fit…

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  Some days you just feel great and can hardly wait to get to your workout.  You have lots of energy, lots of motivation and you really burn up the calories.   Being physically fit is easy on those days; you do not struggle at all with making yourself exercise.   But there are some…

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  For many people, one of the toughest things about starting a new fitness program is finding the time to do the workouts.  With schedules already filled to capacity, adding yet another activity can seem impossible.     That is why many people choose to do their workouts in the morning.   There are many…

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