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Dec
14

A Beginner’s Guide to Time Restricted Eating

Have you ever heard the phrase “breakfast is the most important meal of the day?” For many years the US dietary guidelines recommended a full, balanced breakfast to start off your day. More recently, guidelines have changed and research has shown that breakfast may not be as important as was once thought. Now studies are showing that timing of meals can play a huge role in body weight, among many other things. 

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Dec
7

Motivation to Move – Fitness Trackers

Motivation to Move – Fitness Trackers

According to the American Academy of Sports Medicine (ACSM), health trackers are among the top predicted health trends of 2019. Have you jumped on the fitness tracker bandwagon yet?  If you haven’t, you might want to take in this information and decide whether it is your turn to take that STEP 😉.

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Nov
28

10 Reasons to Start Exercising DURING the Holidays

10 Reasons to Start Exercising DURING the Holidays

Feeling sluggish? Stressed from all of the planning, shopping and decorating? Need some time for yourself? There is hope! Read more to find out how exercise can help YOU during the holidays!

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Nov
20

Exercise Guidelines and Gauging Intensity

Exercise Guidelines and Gauging Intensity

Have you ever wondered how often you should be exercising? If so, don’t worry, you’re not alone! So many of us are exercising without intent, purpose, knowing how hard we should be working, or knowing how much or what to do. Fortunately there are guidelines for helping you determine just how much, how often and at what intensity you should be moving your body.

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