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Fitness for Couples

What better way to say I love you, I care about you and that I want to spend time with you than finding a fun activity that both you and your partner enjoy. In addition to date night, why not set some workout dates. Not only will you be attending to your fitness, but you’ll […]

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The Fitness Journey

As you embark on your fitness journey, you will find that people have different goals, paths and results. But most people’s journey begins with the basic need to drop body fat/body weight and thus become healthier. Often the first step is to cut out the obvious foods that are not good for you, for example […]

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Staying Active Indoors During Inclement Weather

The amount of winter fitness activities available are so numerous that it would be difficult to list them all. Some are obvious—skiing, snowboarding, ice skating—while some are a little more unique—snowga, igloo building, paragliding and winter golfing. But when the weather doesn’t lend to outdoor adventures, it’s time to look inside for creative ways to […]

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Ten-Minute Time Crunch

Work life combined with home life can quickly become hectic, leaving us little to no time at all to get to a gym. Many face the obstacle of time management and in return, their health is put on the back burner. Your health is the most important thing you have to offer your family, because […]

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The Life/Cycle Connection

As a Spinning instructor I find myself reflecting on how much the bike can be analogous to life. Here are some of my observations with regard to this Life/Cycle Connection. When reflecting on those who are hardworking and successful, I can’t help but think of a duck. Silly? Let me explain. When you see a […]

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Have Fun Working Out

I’ve always been an active person. Dance, cross country, and soccer while growing up. Yoga and running as an adult. So, finding myself short of breath from walking five minutes and then jogging five minutes was humbling. On my first run after the birth of my son, I had to take it very slow because […]

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Discipline Equals Freedom

If you’re a person who struggles with discipline, like I do, then this book is for you. Talk about putting things in perspective. Here’s the narrative of a former Navy Seal who relied on discipline as the foundation of survival. Think about it. His dedication to honing discipline was the force behind becoming part of […]

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