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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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Create An Environment For Success

Today we're going to give you a few tips to create an environment that supports your health and fitness goals. This environment includes Your Space (your home) and Your People (your support system) and once you have both set up properly it will make your journey easier and you'll be more apt to succeed. Ready? …

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Trainer Tip – Build Muscle

Here's a fun fact. If you want to burn calories and torch fat you're better off hitting the weight room (or carving out a few feet of space in your kid's room). Strength training, whether you lift weights, use resistance bands, or your own bodyweight, offers many benefits. Here are just a few: Boosts your …

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3 Tips to Move More While You Work at Home

As many of you have fully transitioned to a work/live situation for the time being, I’m going to assume that you have the ‘Holy Trinity’ taken care of. A place to sequester (hide) for virtual meetings or virtual work Happy Hours.A defined workspace, a square of real estate on the kitchen table, home office or …

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How Not to Lose Your Shit

The Coronavirus threat is steadily plucking on my anxiety nerve-center. The one that I spent thousands of dollars in therapy to help overcome, mind you. So I have been implementing the "coping" skills, which were honed at the above-mentioned sessions, and I'd like to share with you some tips and strategies to help you get …

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How to 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, …

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