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Stability

Ever feel a little unstable? This is useful information about how the body finds its footing in balancing poses. We work a great deal on stability in out outdoor classes.http://mkfitness4life.com/group-exercise-c…/outdoor-fitness/

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One Pot Wonders!

Flavor without fuss (or mess!) is what these hearty dishes are all about–great for today or any day of your busy week! http://mkfitness4life.com

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Your core starts with what is touching the ground

When we can’t train together, you can still add a stability ball to your plank training and work your core and more . . . in just minutes! Click on picture for article. Need assistance designing just the program for you? Call me. http://mkfitness4life.com/

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Value of Public Education-more than academic?

Issues to think about for the overall wellness of your children. When we cancel school what is it doing to our children overall? COVID-19 Took Away Public Education. Will We Miss It? By FREDERICK M. HESS Aweek after COVID-19 prompted the closure of Virginia’s schools, my five-year-old’s Montessori teacher started doing 30 minutes of Zoom with the […]

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Breast Cancer Survivors

It’s fitness inspiration for you or someone you love. https://ideafit.com/fitness-library/breast-cancer-survivors-and-group-exercise

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Warm ups

https://www.oxygenmag.com/training/warn-up-better-to-stay-injury-free

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The Link Between Exercise and a Healthy Gut

by Megan LooneyContributor CERTIFIED™: JUNE 2019 Microscopic gut bacteria and the gut microbiome have been getting a lot of attention lately, from both researchers and consumers alike. As a growing area of research, it can be challenging to understand the science or know how to separate the hype from the reality. For example, do you actually […]

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Get Back to Normal Eating

Intuitive eating encourages internal regulation of the eating experience (REF). Unlike many traditional diets, intuitive eating encourages people to listen to and honor their internal cues for hunger and fullness. It also discourages food judgments that some foods are “good” and others are “bad.” Rather than having people try to override specific food cravings in […]

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