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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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Cardio and/or Strength or both

Cardio or strength training? Which workout is best, and which can you cut from your exercise routine? https://bit.ly/2R4sXuk If you are not sure what movement is best for your goals, give us a call. Our annual holiday special starts Dec. 1 Purchase 6 personal training sessions, receive one FREE of new clients.

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Women and Dementia

Physically fit women nearly 90 percent less likely to develop dementia. https://bit.ly/2GuNYtf

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Why Water can be and Enjoyable and Challenging Physical Activity

Aqua sessions during the summer (and winter, if you have access to an indoor pool) can be exhilarating, enjoyable, challenging or light for those who have special health concerns. It is for the athlete, mom, dad, student, tailored for persons with arthritis, pregnant, osteoporosis or just general health. It gets you outside. I provide personal […]

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