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Nutrition is a broad topic that can easily become overwhelming with all the information available. Have you looked up “nutrition” or "healthy eating" on the internet? Maybe that's how you found this blog. Your head might be spinning from reading through the search...

Getting a good night’s sleep is important for many reasons.  You may already know that your brain forms memories while you are asleep, your body repairs cells, boosts your immune system, and filters out its own toxins. Here is another reason you may not have considered...

CAN DEHYDRATION STOP WEIGHT LOSS? short answer Yup! Spring has sprung, the pleasant weather has you motivated to move, and you’re working towards your goal of a healthy lifestyle, but you still feel like you’re dragging a little or the scale stops moving. Chances are...

Happy Monday Fitness Friends! When you think of February we all think of one day: Valentine’s Day. Valentine’s Day celebrates love and affection. It is time we give a little love for self love. We love to celebrate this day and direct our affection...

Happy January Fitness Friends! It's the time of the year where it may not be as easy as just putting on your running shoes to exercise outside. Being cooped up in our homes in the pandemic has been hard on everyone and it's easy to...

Happy Thanksgiving, fitness friends! It's getting to be that time of year again. We are heading into the holiday season. This season is filled with food, family, and friends. However, “The most wonderful time of the year” is not the most wonderful time for your...

Happy October, fitness friends! Through the Covid-19 pandemic, we have been stuck in our houses. In other words, for most of us, we have been stuck in our chairs. There is not much to be done about that, as many of us are working from...

The participant asked “how to avoid soreness after working out?” We in the exercise industry refer to this as D.O.M.S. or Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness. Simply put, it happens a day or two after a difficult workout and is often related to working out...