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  • Impact of Music on Your Exercise Routine

    The origin of music dates back to the BC era. Ancestors to modern humans had the ability to vocalize and control pitch and may have even created rhythm by clapping hands or other objects together. We may not know what music was used for early on, but we do know now that music is tied to emotion, and emotion impacts many things. Later on, people started to use a rhythmic pattern to complete projects at work or at home. Once a rhythmic pattern was created, they were better able to complete their projects quicker and with more enjoyment. But how is this related to my exercise routine you may ask? Continue reading

  • Can You Benefit from 10 Minutes of Exercise a Day?

     

     

    To answer the big question up front, your body can benefit from 10 minutes of exercise per day. Simple activities such as walking, light strength training, and stretching will benefit you for years to come. You will increase your blood flow, allow your endorphins to release and stretch your muscles while increasing your bone density. These four benefits combined together can add years to your life. Imagine not getting high blood pressure for ten years after your father and/or mother was diagnosed with it. Imagine not being diagnosed as pre-diabetic or diabetic ten years after your parents or grandparents. It is possible with just ten minutes of exercise/activity per day. 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

  • To Run or To Walk?

    Health Benefits Walking vs Running

    The hot topic for today: If running or if walking is better for a healthy lifestyle. In this post I will outline the benefits and drawbacks to both and answer some of the fleeting questions regarding calories, fat, muscle, and individual needs. You may see that choosing to go for a run or walk is even more of an individualized choice than just preference. Here are some pros, as well as cons, for both:

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