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Feb 16, 2021 Meal Prep 101

Originally Published: Feb 15, 2018 Your guide to kick-starting your meal prep journey. So you’ve decided to start meal prepping. What we do in the kitchen can be equally, if not more important, than our habits in the gym. Meal prep is a great way to make sure you’re supporting your hard work in the gym with […]

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Feb 16, 2021 Sticking with Your New Year’s Resolution

Originally Published: Jan 04, 2017 A New Year, A New You It’s that time when many decide to make resolutions to fulfill in the new year. About 45% of Americans usually make resolutions. Four of the top ten resolutions made in 2015 were tied to health including the number one resolution: Lose Weight. Unfortunately, less […]

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Feb 12, 2021 Tips for Exercising with a Mask

Origianlly Published: Dec 03, 2020 As we push through the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s important that we do everything we can to help keep ourselves, and our community, healthy and safe. Right now, that means wearing a mask while in public indoor spaces, even while exercising.  We know that wearing a face covering while you’re jogging […]

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Feb 12, 2021 The Science Behind Repetition

Originally Published: Feb 01, 2019 Annual holiday turned classic romantic comedy, Groundhog Day highlights the drudgery of repetition. And while yes, repetition may seem boring, the old adage “practice makes perfect” shows how beneficial this training method can be—especially in the fitness world. A repetition training program benefits your mind and body in a variety […]

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Feb 12, 2021 Which Group Exercise Classes Should I Take?

Originally Published: Sep 13, 2018 One of the main reasons people join a gym is for group exercise classes. From aquatics to strength training, yoga and more—there’s something for everyone. If you’re new to the gym or have never taken a group exercise class before, it can be overwhelming to decide which class to take. Take […]

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Feb 12, 2021 Core Strength: How to Work the Core While You’re at Work

Originally Published: Jul 22, 2015 Many of us are hearing and reading about the importance of a strong core. Here are some common questions and some ways that working adults can mix core exercises into a busy day in the office. Why is core strength so important? A major function of your core is your posture. […]

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Feb 12, 2021 8 Reasons to Add Jumping Rope to Your Workout

Originally Published: Aug 01, 2019 When was the last time you picked up a jump rope? Contrary to popular belief, they’re not just for kids! Cheap, portable, and convenient, jump ropes are a great tool if you are on-the-go or looking for a quick workout with results. Not convinced? Here are eight reasons to start […]

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Feb 11, 2021 Meditation and Mindfulness Resources

Originally Published: Mar 17, 2020 Meditation is not just for yogis. Taking time to slow down, focus, and redirect your thoughts has been proven to aid our physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Benefits of meditation include: In a time of crisis and fear, it is imperative to ease your mental state and keep your nervous […]

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Feb 11, 2021 5 Tips to Keep the Kids Engaged

Originally Published: Mar 20, 2020 The kids are home—now what? Schools are closed and many parents have adopted a new role: teacher. This is uncharted territory for many and can be overwhelming as you navigate working from home, social distancing, and mental sanity. Here are some tips to help you and your children adjust to […]

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Feb 11, 2021 Exercise: The Fountain of Youth

Originally Published: Apr 17, 2019 Grace Connor Born in 1927, 91-year-old Grace Connor, as the Farmers Insurance ad says, “has seen a thing or two.” Her early years allowed her to experience life in simpler times as a young girl growing up with seven siblings in Georgia. Work years allowed her to experience the diversity […]