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08
2020

Tips for Eating Healthy Long-term

Tips for Eating Healthy Long-term By: Julie Kramer  Professionals have said that fitness is 20% exercise and 80% nutrition. Anyone can exercise, but until exercise is paired with a healthy nutrition program, results may not be seen. It is important to pick a nutrition program that can be made into a...

03
30
2020

Kids Easter Workout

Kids Easter Workout By: Ashlee Whitmoyer   Easter is approaching and we need to remember that we are hopefully “safe at home” with loved ones. For the family members you do not live with, be appreciative of technology features that allow us to see and chat like they are in the same room 🙂 I kno...

03
29
2020

Snacking Out of Boredom

Snacking Out of Boredom By: Ashlee Whitmoyer   I have been seeing this meme quite a bit and completely understand the extra snacking that is taking place out of boredom. I have tips to fight the temptation! 1. Drink more water! Dehydration can be interpreted by our bodies as hunger, but don’t f...

09
23
2019

The NUMBER ONE Fitness Myth

The NUMBER ONE Fitness Myth By: Stefano Sarge  When you think about weight loss, what comes to mind? Is it… “I need to do more cardio.” “I gotta hit the gym hard this week.” “More workouts=more weight loss.” “More intense workout=more weight loss.” “I have to start that new diet that everyone is tal...

06
10
2019

3 Benefits of Having a Workout Partner

3 Benefits of Having a Workout Partner: By: Stefano Sarge   ACCOUNTABILITY Have trouble making it to the gym consistently? Little willpower when it comes to making the “RIGHT” food choices or deciding to go for that run instead of sitting on the couch? A gym partner will hold you accountable to...