Category: Exercise

“Take care of your body. It’s the only place you have to live.” ~ Jim Rohn

Your body is designed to move! Exercise revs up your energy, increases your stamina, and improves your mood. Moreover, regular physical activity can help in the management and prevention of diseases such as heart disease and diabetes. It can also burn calories and keep you from pinching more than an inch. In this section, we will provide you with fun, challenging ways to get moving as well as the benefits of being fit. Exercise for better health!

1. Start where you are, use what you have, and do what you can. For example: Walk through your house, up and down your stairs, or sit and stand in your chair for 1-10 minutes or do a combination of the 3.

2. Add to your daily diet before you subtract. For example: Add a vegetable or piece of fruit to every meal, even breakfast, these are the best supplements on the market. Both are nutrient dense, full of water and fiber, and will fill you up without lots of fat or calories.

3. You have time to exercise. 15 to 20 minutes of some sort of physical activity trumps doing nothing, no many how you look at it. You have the time. You just have to prioritize some of the time you have towards fitness.

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Shed Pounds at the Bar

You will experience a buzz, but it won’t be from downing intoxicating empty calories. There are no mojitos or long island ice teas on the menu at this bar. Pure Barre is among boutique fitness studios that are creating lean sculpted bodies. At first glance, it may appear that you need tights, ballerina shoes, and a leotard; however, clients do not have to be able to do a plie to participate in this challenging, invigorating style of workout. Don’t take the trendy Pure Barre studio lightly. The bar method of exercise has earned a first-rate reputation for remarkable body transformations.

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Become A Spinster

You don’t have to be old and unmarried to be a spinster. Indoor cycling, also known as “spinning” is an energetic, effective way to burn unwanted calories. You will stand, jump, climb and sprint into fitness. As its’ popularity increases, more innovative styles of indoor cycling are emerging making it a more challenging experience that helps to shed pounds and reduce stress.

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Vacation & Exercise – Packed Together

Vacation is important for your mental health, yes.  But don’t let that time away from home, the gym, and your favorite path keep you from your health and fitness goals.

There are quick and simple ways to sneak in enjoyable fitness fun while you are relaxing and soaking up your well-earned vacation destination.   Go ahead, pack those running shoes or better yet, pack a jump rope.  Start your day with a quick session, no more than 20 minutes, of moderate activity and move on with your fabulous vacation plans energized since you will be filled with endorphins and a sense of accomplishment.  Yes, you really can do it all, for your health and happiness.

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