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  • What Aerobic Zone Should You Exercise In and Why

    Know Your Heart Rate Zones

    We know that cardiovascular exercise is important for weight loss; heart strength; respiratory strength etc. Do you know how long you should stay on your cardio equipment to become a healthier you? It's really not just about time but also about how your body responds to your work load. Continue reading

  • Navigating Midlife: Staying Youthful & Strong As You Age

    The midlife challenges we go through can seem overwhelming at times. Issues such as weight gain or muscle loss, emotional overload, bone density concerns, menopause and the list go on can take its toll over time.  Good nutrition and increased physical activity can help you address these issues and more to reveal a healthy and vibrant you.

    As we age we start to lose bone mass, muscle mass and your body starts to store fat in different places.  An average woman may find as she enters menopause fat starts accumulating more around her midsection.  This “visceral” fat can cause many health issues including heart disease and high blood pressure.  Adding in physical activity is one way to combat extra fat stores and keep a healthy heart.  Continue reading

  • How to Stay Fit with No Babysitter in Sight!

    As your toddler jumps on your bed and your baby's crying, your dreams of a quiet morning run followed by a hot cup of coffee fade away. Although a quiet, calm morning may be a distant dream, your workout doesn’t need to be. By following these tips, you can get your exercise with your kids in tow. Continue reading

  • The Germs You Avoid When You Exercise at HOME

    Would you be disgusted if a stranger on the subway dripped his sweat on you? Of course! Do you touch the same exercise equipment a sweaty stranger just touched every time you go to the gym? Yes, you do. Sweat is gross enough, but as a study conducted by researchers at UC Irvine found sweat isn’t the only thing you might be swapping with strangers at the gym. You could be encountering all sorts of germs and bacteria. This is true even if your gym is frequently cleaned and even if you wipe down the equipment before you use it. According to the study, some of these germs can survive on surfaces for 3 days, even after being sanitized twice. Continue reading

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