Category: nutrition

Women and Dementia

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

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Never Have Exercised

Fitness for Life says it all for me. Most of us are born with the innate ability to move freely, exercise, and work strongly with our bodies. Then life happens, a twisted ankle, a fall, a sport injury, childbirth, overuse of our muscles, uncomfortable shoes, a bicycle or car accident, or the natural onset of […]

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Summer Strength, Stability, Mobility & Flexibility Master class for dancers

Our summer student workshop on “mobility, stability, flexibility and safely increasing your range of motion. At Just Dance Conservatory. Presented by Marianne King’s Fitness for Life. Past dancer and now fitness professional. Injury rehab, injury prevention, dancer’s and athlete’s training. VBB4xfxIS9OxK07gjpMejg

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90 years young!

I had the honor of celebrating a client’s 90th Birthday. The mighty Mary Jane can still get on and off the floor! I have learned as much from her about life experiences as she as from me on wellness!

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Healthy Holiday Eating

A Chef-RD’s Approach to Healthy Holidays   by Abbie Gellman, MS, RD, CDN on Oct 20, 2017 Practical Food Tips Getting back to basics and deftly swerving around holiday calorie overload just got easier with these simple approaches. For many, autumn is associated with beautiful colors, crisp weather, football season and a welcome change of routine after the […]

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Home Meal Delivery, then… and Now…

21st Century Fast Food We all know it: that dire moment when we return home exhausted from a harried day and realize we have no idea what to make for dinner and no bandwidth to even consider cooking from scratch. In the past, options for fast, convenient nourishment were to nuke a TV dinner or […]

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Pilates and all Athletes…weekend warriors to pros

How Pilates Helps Athletes   by Nora St. John, MS on May 18, 2017 Professional athletes of all kinds have discovered that adding Pilates to their training can improve performance, reduce injury, speed recovery and help their hardworking bodies stay balanced and healthy (Caple 2016; Knowlton 2016; Knowles 2016; Saxon 2016). For recreational athletes or […]

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Reflection Develops Growth

As we reflect on 2016, what have each of us gleaned? Out of our experiences comes personal development. Have the trials you faced this past year developed strength, perseverance, character?…failures-new goals, determination, purpose?…successes-humbleness, sharing, joy? What will these past experiences bring to your future maturity? If we are not learning, growing and expanding our physical, […]

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