Tag Archives: well-being

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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Sticking to your New Year’s Resolutions

    The beginning of the year symbolizes a fresh start for many. Coming up with resolutions, plans and “do overs” are very common on January 1st. Do you stick to your resolutions each year? If you do, you are … Continue reading

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Bump on the Hump: Why it Matters What you Wear When you Workout

    You might find it difficult to find comfortable clothing to wear each day when you are pregnant.  It can become even more difficult when you put on exercise clothes and you are pregnant.  Wearing the right workout clothes during … Continue reading

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RICE: A Comprehensive Guide to Healing an Injury

    Have you ever sprained your ankle playing soccer as a kid?  Step in an errant hole on the golf course?  Or maybe just took a wrong step off a curb!  Soft tissue injuries can happen during exercise, sports … Continue reading

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The Power of Positive Thinking

  Every Monday we provide you with a motivational quote on our Facebook page.   This little dose of #mondaymotivation is in the spirit of helping you start out your week with a fresh, positive attitude. While we always promote … Continue reading

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Exercise For Parkinson’s Disease

  ONE in 100 people, usually over 60, are affected by Parkinson’s (1).  The odds of winning the 540 million Mega Millions Jackpot back in March, 2012…. 175.7 million to 1 (2).  The cost to guarantee winning that lottery?  $176 … Continue reading

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Keys to Cancer Survivors Living Long Lives

My guess is that everyone knows either a family, friend or has a family member or friend that knows someone who has had/has cancer.  My father developed cancer over a decade ago and was able to survive even through a reoccurrence, … Continue reading

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Your Day Off at the Park Workout

    Bathing suit and bikini season is right around the corner.  Are you going to be ready?  If you’ve made excuses up to this point in your life then your fooling yourself.  The weather has been absolutely beautiful over … Continue reading

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The Ultimate Key In Keeping Your Mobility During Aging

How would you like to be active during your retirement?  You should be entitled to cash in on all of that free time by doing the activities that you’ve dreamed of during all of your working years.  You should be … Continue reading

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Terrific Recipes Tuesday: February 7th

    Seafood as an aphrodisiac?  I think so.  I saw this recipe in the most recent edition of the IDEA Fitness Journal.  The author, Sandy Todd Webster, suggests this as an alternative dish that will keep your waistline a … Continue reading

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