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We get it. Some days are harder than others to get out and get moving. Coincidentally, (or maybe not) it seems those days have a direct correlation with how sunny it is outside. And summer… maybe we shouldn’t even talk about summer, but it’s here and it’s time to renew your commitment to your fitness routine.Go to Page
Pounds lost, muscle gained. Miles ran, weight lifted. When it comes to setting health and fitness goals, failing to plan is simply planning to fail. Who hasn’t made well-intentioned resolutions to eat better or workout more only to find you have no idea what path to take to get there?Go to Page
We know the saying goes less is more, but let’s be honest. Sometimes two is just plain better than one. When it comes to working out, having a friend along for the ride – or lift – can be beneficial.Go to Page
After gorging on turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce and toasting to everything we have to be thankful for, it seems as though the holiday season has officially begun. As social, work and family obligations begin to pile up, it can be tough to even think about working out. The key to helping keep all those extra indulgences in check is to move a little bit more each day.Go to Page
The holidays are just around the corner and the many gluttonous meals they bring will be here quicker than you can flex your perfectly-toned bicep. While the stuffing and turkey fills up our plates and the champagne bubbles dance in our glasses, the reality is many of us will probably leave the dinner table feeling a bit stuffed ourselves.
A good cardio workout is a sure fire way to burn quite a few of those indulgent calories, but running on the treadmill certainly doesn’t top too many people’s list of favorite things to do.Go to Page