• Getting Your Mind, Body, Heart, and Soul Ready for Your First 5K

    Running a 5K does not happen by accident. You will need to create a program designed to build up your endurance. Some people start with a training program that includes 20 minutes of walking with brief intervals of running. Eventually, those individuals are running 30 to 45 minutes nonstop. Having a supportive group of runners […]

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  • A Guide to Healthy Eating

    The Importance of Nutrition

    From our afternoon snacks to morning coffee to dinner with friends, everything we put into our bodies is directly related to the way we feel, look, and move. Many people have misconceptions about what proper nutrition is. To make the best decisions, the first step is to learn as much as possible and then figure […]

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  • How to Find Motivation to Exercise After a Life Change

    After a life-changing event, it can be difficult to get back to your usual routine. Everything in your life may have been disrupted, and getting back into a rhythm may be harder than you expect. Here are some tips on how you can increase your motivation to exercise after experiencing a life-changing event. Exercise With […]

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  • How to Find Time for Exercise When Working Two Jobs

    When you work two jobs, you may feel as if all you do is work, go home, eat, go to sleep and wake up only to repeat the same thing over again. If your jobs have you working irregular hours, trying to create a routine for anything is a challenge. Finding time to exercise might […]

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  • Tips to Avoid Injuries While Exercising for Those Over 65

    As we get older, the ligaments and tendons in our bodies can lose some elasticity. This can reduce the range of motion in our joints, therefore making us more prone to acquiring exercise injuries. Common injuries for adults aged 65 or older include sprains and strains in the shoulder area, knee area, and ankle area. […]

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  • 4 Exercises to Stay Fit While Being at Home

    Staying at home may feel like you have to give up on your goals, but with a little creativity, you can still reach your goals. Exercising does not require a lot of space or professional equipment. Here are five exercises that you can do at home for a whole-body workout. Because the exercises only require […]

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  • Best Exercises When You Have No Time to Exercise

    When you have the time to go all in on exercising, a good cardio and weightlifting routine is a great way to start your day. Then, end your day with a solid yoga session. If your time is limited, however, you can still fit in an effective workout. Here are some exercises that are best […]

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  • The Importance of Hydration

    The Importance of Hydration

    Staying hydrated is a crucial part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Hydration is important because it helps with food digestion, carries oxygen throughout the body, increases exercise activity levels, and aids in weight loss and management. How much water you need depends on your age and body type, but a general rule of thumb is […]

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  • Discover the Most Inexpensive Fitness Equipment for Home Use

    With people spending more time indoors, a natural question is arising. Indoor exercise equipment provides many benefits, but deciding on the right stuff to purchase is a challenge. People on a budget will be happy to learn that equipment exists for under $200 that will help them remain fit. As time allows and your budget […]

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  • How Does an Auto-immune Disease Impact Your Ability to Exercise?

    When the body’s immune system begins to attack normal cells in your body, it’s called an auto-immune disease. Examples include arthritis, multiple sclerosis, ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s Disease, lupus, Graves’ disease, and Sjögren’s syndrome. Other illnesses are closely related, such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and fibromyalgia. Exercise is recommended for everyone, even those suffering from an […]

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