• Fitness Over 50


      Aging is inevitable. Reaching the milestone of 50 will bring health challenges like increased risk for heart attack, stroke, diabetes, arthritis, weight gain, and muscle loss. Prevention is the best medicine for any aging health problems, but there will always be health risks that will remain out of your control. You have the choice […]

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  • Giving Yourself the Gift of Fitness


    There are many perks of the holiday season to look forward to—family you get to see just once a year, your Aunt Mae’s delicious apple pie and a feast of delectable food, drinks and company—but with the good come the bad (added pounds, excessive calories and guilt!) Put it to a halt and prevent the […]

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  • Exercise While Sitting


    Technology has provided many advantages for humans these last several years. Unfortunately, gadgets, electronics and the like are a primary reason for our cultural shift toward a more sedentary lifestyle. As you can probably attest adults, and even children, are now sitting more than ever. Just because we are seated more often does not mean […]

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  • Holiday Fitness Survival Guide


    Fitness is never more important than during the holidays when you eat more, workout less and let yourself relax from a regular schedule. Despite all the distractions, you can stay on track. With a few small changes and a willingness to make time for fitness, you can stay fit and healthy, going into the New […]

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  • Strut Down the Catwalk With Confidence!


    You flip the pages of your favorite women’s magazine, and sigh. If only you could have the body of Naomi, Miranda, Gisele, or Heidi. Those supermodels have the perfect abs, legs and back, but for a normal (non-model) like yourself, it’s just not realistic. Wait—is it? Do you want to strut down the street with […]

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  • Exercise Times: Morning vs. Evening vs. In Between – What Can Each Time Do For You?


    Exercise times are starting to get a lot of attention. More and more people are exercising and asking the technical questions like, “What is the best time to workout?”. Before you ask what are the best times to workout or what each time can do for you, you should ask yourself one important question: “Have […]

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  • Work Those Triceps


    Are you guilty of triceps betrayal? Do you work your biceps to death, but abandon your underarm muscles? Have you convinced yourself that while you have time for the ‘important’ muscle groups such as your glutes and core muscles, you don’t have time for others? Triceps, which are the muscles along the underarm and that […]

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  • The ABC’s of Exercises


    The ABC’s or basic rules of exercises ensure that you get the most out of every sweat session, whether you’re at home in your living room or at the gym with a friend. Keep these basic guidelines in mind as you build more exercises into your routine. Proper Form Any trainer will tell you, proper […]

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  • Easy Exercises for Your Wedding


    Your big day is within site, and everything is in order. That is, everything but your perfect wedding-dress body. If you’re looking to slim down, tone up-or both, there are a few simple exercises you can do to be well on your way. Integrate these basic moves into your current routine, or create a new […]

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  • Reasons why you can (stop saying you can’t)


    Good health doesn’t happen by accident. It usually follows from a pattern of healthy choices. No, that does not mean you must endure diet or exercise extremes. Instead, aim to make choices and take actions that support good physical health and overall well-being at least most of the time. Does that seem easier said than done? Maybe not. […]

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