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LIVE Workouts on Zoom!

In March 2020, like most fitness professionals, I moved my in-person boot-camp classes online and taught via Zoom. There was a *steep* learning curve to be sure; lighting, camera angles, and formatting a class that can be done in a space the size of a yoga mat and of course figuring out the sound. Oh …

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Be ‘Heart Smart’

February is American Heart Month!    Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States.   The good news?  It is also one of the most preventable.  Here are a few ways you can be heart smart.   Adopt Healthy Habits Eating a healthy diet (lots of fresh veggies, fruits, …

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10 Things I Love About My Peloton

I've had my Peloton since August 11th. Well, now it's "the family's Peloton" - we all have accounts and when I come home from teaching boot-camp there's usually a Honsberger family member's tuchus parked on it. Since I posted about my love affair with my Peloton a lot of people have asked me about it. …

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The Problem Might Not Be Your Workout

Can you hurt yourself working out? Absolutely. Poor form, poor instruction, weaknesses, imbalances, working with too heavy a weight, trying to keep up with a friend or your workout partner, etc. But what can sideline you more quickly than running with your speedy neighbor is what you do simply living your life. It's the "I'll …

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Birthday Burpee Boot-Camp Bash

I love teaching boot-camp on my birthday and like to incorporate something challenging but fun at the same time.  So for my 54th bday on Monday, I created 2 workouts highlighting my favorite exercise.  The Burpee.    One segment was 5 minutes long, and the second was 4 minutes long.  And yes,  it's a challenging …

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Be ‘Heart Smart’

February is American Heart Month!    Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States.   The good news?  It is also one of the most preventable.  Here are a few ways you can be heart smart.   Adopt Healthy Habits Eating a healthy diet (lots of fresh veggies, fruits, …

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