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6 Types of Exercises to Avoid During Pregnancy

    While it is recommended to exercise during your pregnancy, there are certainly some keys guidelines to keep you and your baby safe. Some of these may be common sense, but still important to note.  Our mission is to keep mom … Continue reading

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GO RED!!

    Today is February 5thth and that means it’s National Wear Red Day.  What does that mean?  Wearing red is significant because it is not only the color of your heart, but it honors the women affected by heart … Continue reading

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Bump on the Hump: How Your Body Changes During Pregnancy

  There are so many changes a woman’s body goes through during pregnancy. Let’s take a look at how these changes affect the body during exercise.   Musculoskeletal Changes-Pregnancy weight gain increases forces across joints in your body. As your center … Continue reading

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Meal/Snack Timing Pre & Post Workout

  Today we have another guest blog post from Britney Kennedy of OnPoint Nutrition. Britney has been helping people understand how timing your meals before and after your workouts is essential to weight loss.  If your under the assumption that … Continue reading

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Bump on the Hump: Here’s Some Motivation!

    There are alot of great reasons to exercise during pregnancy. Let’s recap them!   Experience fewer pre-natal discomforts such as: swollen extremities, nausea, constipation, leg cramps, and insomnia.   Improved posture and lower risk of back pain.   Help … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Exercise on your Mental Health

    We know how good exercise is for your body, but it is pretty great for your mind too. Our mental well being should be viewed as our overall body health. The World Health Organization (WHO), defines mental health … Continue reading

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Bump on the Hump: Safe Core Exercises- Pre and Post Natal

    During pregnancy, strengthening your core muscles is strongly advised. Post pregnancy, you are ready to get your “abs” back and want to engage in core exercises as soon as you can and are cleared by your doctor.  It … Continue reading

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S.M.A.R.T. 2016 Goal Setting

  Today we have another guest blog post from Britney Kennedy of OnPoint Nutrition. Britney has been helping people meet their weight loss goals and is going to share how you can set up goals to change some of your … Continue reading

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Bump on the Hump: Tips For Fighting Pregnancy Fatigue

    Let me know if this scenario sounds familiar?  You are pregnant and by 3pm (realistically 11am?) are ready to curl up and take a nap.  If this sounds like you then here are some natural ways  to get … Continue reading

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National Family Fit Lifestyle Month

  Encouraging a Healthy Lifestyle for your Kids     It is estimated that between 15-25% of school children in the United States are overweight, placing them at risk for heart disease, diabetes, and high blood pressure. (1) You can … Continue reading

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