Top 10 Fun Workouts

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Believe it or not, even health and fitness professionals reach plateaus and search for new ideas to infuse the fun back into a workout. This week, I thought I would share some of my favorite fast, fun, and fabulously effective workouts. Please follow and like us:

An Unprocessed Life – Simple Ways to Live & Eat Clean

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Reducing the Complexity Simplify: A term that means to reduce in complexity or difficulty. However, life is anything but uncomplicated. As individuals, we have certain responsibilities both in our personal and professional lives. We may have a business to run, a degree to complete, a trip to take, children to raise, or any combination of […]

Personal Training Services: Test Your Knowledge

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Personal Trainers – Quality Matters When it comes to our personal health and well-being, we have the right to  expect and receive high quality care and services. Whether it is a dental check-up, an eye-exam, or surgical procedure, the quality of care should never fall short of the expectation of excellence and professionalism. As the […]

Beat Back to School Blues

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Where did summer go?! Wow – how is it August already? I feel like I missed a few months! As summer winds down, our kiddos (and even some of us) have to face to reality of heading back to school, can present serious challenges for many kids and parents. As signs of autumn begin to appear, […]

Age is just a Number – Kids & Strength Training

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“Is weight training safe for kids?” This is a question I am repeatedly asked by friends, parents, colleagues and students. Today, let’s take the time to “weigh” in on this topic. The Criticism Like most topics, youth strength training has its critics. Some naysayers theorized strength training in kids can cause stunted growth. Some also believe […]

Hydrate, Hydrate, Hydrate

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I say “hydrate, hydrate, hydrate” with as much excitement and fervor as real estate agents say “location, location, location.” The topic of hydration is timely as I sit here observing my outside thermometer reading “94 degrees”. So, let’s get to the point. Some common questions I receive: Do I really need 64 oz of water […]

At a Crossroads: Celestial Alarms

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Sometimes you come to a fork in the road because you’ve created it for yourself; sometimes the fork is created for you. In lieu of focusing this next post on health, wellness, nutrition, etc., I am making the focus on “the fork in the road” and the decisions we all must face at some point […]

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