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Have a desk job? Don’t let the hazards of a desk job harm your health!

Millions of us have jobs that keep us sitting at a desk all week long, week after week after week. Without even realizing it, we are sitting at that desk more than we are doing pretty much anything during our waking hours. While we may be making a living, research shows that we may actually […]

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Tips for Keeping Your Family Motivated and Moving

May is National Physical Fitness & Sports Month, making it a great time for parents to evaluate how well they are keeping their family motivated to stay active. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), there are many good reasons for families to stay active, and regular physical activity is something […]

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Tips for Keeping Your Kids Fit During the Off Season

New York, N.Y. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 5 people between the ages of 6 to 19 has obesity, which is excess body fat. A contributing factor to this problem is taking in more calories than are being burned. While it’s recommended that children get at least 60 minutes […]

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How to Fuel Your Body for A Better Workout Performance

March is National Nutrition Month and a great time to give your workout a nutritional boost March is National Nutrition Month, making it a great time to give some thought to properly fueling the body for optimal performance. Filling the body with the right fuel can help improve the workout performance of busy adults, as […]

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Five Tips to Tell if You Are Healthy

At the beginning of each new year, there is a lot of talk about getting healthy. Millions of people set goals to improve their health and fitness. The problem is that many people don’t know what the signs of health are and how to tell if they are healthy to begin with. The good news […]

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No More Excuses: Tips for Having a Healthy Heart

  February is American Heart Month, making it a great time to pause and consider what we are doing for our hearts. After all, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, around 610,000 people die every year in the U.S. because of heart disease. That’s one out of every fourth deaths. Heart disease […]

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Which Fitness Trends to Leave Behind in 2018 and Which Ones to Embrace

  Fitness may be something that stays consistent, but the trends surrounding it tend to change with the times. Gone are the popular days of the hula hoop, vibration belts, and Jane Fonda home workouts. There are new fitness trends that emerge in their places and ones that we should embrace in order to get […]

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Kick Start Your New Year’s Weight Loss and Fitness Goals with a Personal Trainer

Millions of people will be planning to lose weight and get healthy as the New Year rolls in. In fact, according to The Nielsen Company, staying healthy and losing weight have been the top New Year’s resolutions for the last couple of years in a row. Roughly 67% of adults in the country report planning […]

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