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Easing Back into Exercise

  Whether it’s injury, illness, or simply the chaos of life that has taken you out of the fitness game, getting back into the swing of it poses quite a few challenges. There is no shame in taking a break from working out. However, it is important that when getting back into it, using a […]

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Fitness Fads for 2018

Each year, more and more people begin picking up on a healthier lifestyle. In years past we have seen meal prep and fitness apps control the way that we take care of ourselves. This past year, training for long distance runs was taken up by more people than ever before. As these visiting trends continue […]

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Healthy Lifestyle Swaps: Part 1

In today’s world, many of us have become accustomed to certain daily habits. There are certain aspects of our day that we refuse to give up simply because it is embedded in our brain as a necessity. Some of these behaviors are fine but many are harmful to our health. Here are a few lifestyle […]

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Ways to Workout, Without Working Out

If you took a survey, asking people if they enjoyed working out, you’d definitely get mixed reviews. While some people find that working out is their passion, many dread even the thought of stepping into a gym. Even some of the world’s most in-shape people will tell you that they have days where they just […]


Stretches You Should Do Before Every Workout

For those who grew up in athletics, you know that the most important aspect of a practice or warm-up was the stretching. Whether you did it in sync with your teammates or had your own routine in the locker room, getting those muscles flexible was a necessity. As we all got older, stretching became less […]


Top 3 Fitness Apps for Summer

  Although many of us have been working on our summer bodies for a few months, it’s never too late to change up your routine. Staying active has always been important but having the ability to track fitness and set goals has never been easier than it is today. Thanks to rapidly advancing technology, hundreds […]

14 Appetite-Suppressing Foods That Keep You Feeling Full

Well-balanced meals and snacks are both important for maintaining a healthy lifestyle. But whether it’s because you find yourself mindlessly snacking or because your meals aren’t keeping you as full as you’d like, sometimes you need something to keep you from desperately searching through your pantry. These foods allow you to cut down on your […]

New Study By WHO Links Processed Meats to Cancer

A recent study by the World Health Organization has linked the consumption of processed meats like Bacon, sausages and ham alongside cigarettes as a major cause of cancer. Cured and processed meats now fall in the same category as asbestos, alcohol and tobacco. This report by the WHO’s International Agency for Research on Cancer said […]

The Best Cardio Workouts For Weight Loss

Whether you’re trying to get back in shape, drop a few pounds or go full on with losing a lot of weight it is important to incorporate exercise and a healthy diet into your regimen. Remember that changing bad habits will not happen overnight and being healthy in mind and body should not be adopted […]

4 Benefits of Practicing Yoga

Yoga may not be the go-to cardiovascular exercise, but it has numerous benefits for the body and the mind. It has increasingly become one of the most popular exercises here in the United States. Developed in India, and now proliferating in the states by what some may believe to be the result of Hollywood influence, […]

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