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Jul 21st

2013

By Peter Schmitz
Category: Physical
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Staying Motivated on Your Fitness Journey

  If you’re embarking on a fitness journey, or have ever attempted to before, you know how difficult it can be to stay motivated. Often people get excited about the idea then a week or two later have quit completely. If this sounds like you, keep reading to find out some suggestions that can help […]

Jul 7th

2013

By Peter Schmitz
Category: Physical
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Stay Hydrated This Summer

  Exercising in the heat can be dangerous if you’re not careful. Proper hydration is important year-round, especially for those who exercise, but it is even more important in the hot summer months. It may seem like common sense that performing strenuous exercise in the heat, such as running, can dehydrate you quickly. What people […]

Jul 6th

2013

By Carol Schmitz
Category: Nutrition
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Foods that Aid in Weight Loss

  If you are dieting in attempt to lose weight, you may feel like you can’t have many of the foods you like and that any food can possibly derail your efforts. Luckily, there are actually some foods that have been shown to help people lose weight. Several studies have shown that people that consume […]

Jul 5th

2013

By Peter Schmitz
Category: Physical
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Take Your Workout Outside!

  If you dread the thought of going to the gym to workout, your fitness answer may be right outside your door. Exercising outside offers varied scenery, natural challenges with different terrain and elevation, and does not cost a dime. Exercising outside is a great way to connect with nature and unwind as well. People […]

Jul 4th

2013

By Carol Schmitz
Category: Physical
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Easy Strength Training for Newbies

  Have you noticed that things seem heavier when you carry them? You’re probably wondering if your belongings are getting heavier or you are getting weaker. More than likely, it is a combination of the two, but there is no need to settle for losing muscle as you get older. If you want to maintain […]

Jul 3rd

2013

By Peter Schmitz
Category: Physical
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Common Fitness Mistakes

  If you are trying to get fit, whether you’re just starting out or you’ve been in the process for a while, there is one thing you want— results. Most people think the more they do the better, which isn’t always true. The most important factor in getting results from your routine is to do the […]

Jul 2nd

2013

By Carol Schmitz
Category: Physical
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Kick-Start Weight-Loss in Less Than 2 Days

  These certified health and nutrition tips are useful for more than toning up or slimming down – they’re meant to set the bar for your holistic habits over time.  They are not encouraging a “crash diet,” known by industry professionals as the dangerous act of burning more calories that your body can or should […]

Jul 1st

2013

By Peter Schmitz
Category: Physical
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4 Ways to Keep Your Cool in the Heat

  It’s common sense: Exercising in hot weather puts extra stress on the body. Whether you’re signed up for a summer race, or attempting to boost your fitness level throughout the warmer months, this upcoming season is forecasted to be one of the hottest yet.  That’s why it’s important you stay on your toes, and […]

Jun 28th

2013

By Carol Schmitz
Category: Physical
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Four Simple Steps to Walk Off the Calories

  Taking a walk is a therapeutic way to shed unwanted pounds, without any fancy equipment or spacial restrictions.  Many believe that walking is too low-intensity to achieve results, but this rumor only pertains to those who shy away from fresh takes on conventional challenges. These four techniques are a helpful way to identify the […]

Jun 27th

2013

By Peter Schmitz
Category: Physical
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5 Techniques to Overcome Gym Anxiety

  Many women have issues with maintaining a consistent appearance at the gym, much less the weight room.  Take these five techniques to heart and become the much-needed exception to an outdated rule. #1: Put Out the Stereotypes Weight rooms are notorious for creating the illusion of judgement, when that convention could not be further […]

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