High-intensity Interval Training vs. Super-Slow Training

High-intensity Interval Training vs. Super-Slow Training October 29, 2014 Lack of time is the most common reason for not working out, which is why it’s no surprise that 20- to 30-minute express workouts have become so popular. Everyone wants to get more done in less time. While you may be speeding things up with high-intensity […]

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Stop Focusing on Weight

“Often, when people lose a lot of weight, they can become a leader in the shift away from weight loss as a point of emphasis,” says Ross. “Many people will ask them how much weight they have lost, and answering that question directly feeds the disease of hyper-focus on weight. I encourage everyone I work […]

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Adults Underestimate Effort Needed for Exercise Intensity

Making News: The American College of Sports Medicine recommends that individuals achieve at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise per week. Duration can be shorter if the intensity is vigorous. However, a recent report from York University’s School of Health in Toronto suggests that many people think they are exercising more intensely than they actually […]

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Is There a Downside to Artificial Sweeteners?

 More and more research is showing the gut is a major issue with so many health issue. Something “alternative practitioners, have known forever.” I hate using alternative because it isn’t alternative. It is what God has given was to heal ourselves. We don’t pay attention to what we put in our bodies that is unnatural […]

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The Same 5 Exercise Mistakes Women Tend to Make

The Same 5 Exercise Mistakes Women Tend to Make From: Health Magazine: From Best Shape/The Real Skinny (My further commentary in RED) 1. Considering workouts license to binge-One recent study in Marketing Letters found that people who were told a one-mile walk was for exercise ate about twice as much afterward as those informed the […]

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September Newsletter

  September 1, 2014, Volume 5, Issue 9 Why wait for January? Fall is the perfect time to launch a diet and fitness program. During the free-form days of summer, vacations, picnics, & carefree attitudes can all get in the way of healthy eating & weight control. January may be the traditional time to start […]

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Physical Activity Type in Midlife Affects Mobility Seniors

What your activity level is in your mid-life looks like it definitely effects our mobility as we age! Physical Activity Type in Midlife Affects Mobility Seniors by Ryan Halvorson Studies have shown that seated desk work can have negative health and mobility repercussions as we age. A new study suggests that physically demanding jobs can […]

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Hiking in Acadia National Park

About a week ago we have the opportunity to visit our son Kieran who was interning in Bath, Maine this summer. We were able to climb, I say climb because hiking would not be the word, as there were no switch backs, Cadillac Mt. in Acadia National Park. We had a great day with Kieran […]

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Life Balance

I wanted to post these words of wisdom from …My Winning Words©. We so many times feel we have to do everything, be in pain when we “workout” and we leave out the balance of enjoyment of movement. Enjoy these words. They them soak into your heart and body. Whatever you do, work at it […]

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