Monday, January 22, 2018

Training

Add These Top Resolutions to Your List

Who doesn’t love a new beginning. The question is, what are you doing with yours? We have some suggestions …

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Real-People Superpowers: More Goodness

Be inspired to greater heights with more stories to launch you. Strengthen your inner-hero …

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Real-People Superpowers

As the year closes, focus on your accomplishments. There are likely unmet goal and resolutions from 2017. Reevaluate their importance. (They were unmet for a reason.) Now, move forward powered by your successes and those of your fitness community ...

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ReJOYvenate in 20 Minutes or Less

As the holidays peak, take time to quickly recharge. Intensify your joy …

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Fit for the Holidays

by Michelle Sutton-Kerchner Your timely reminder of the importance of exercise … Use this fitness motivation to soar through the season. It is a time of year when much gets in the way of your healthy habits. Often, we let it, with the excuses “It’s only once a year” and “I deserve a break.” A break from health is never needed. So, toss those excuses out with the broken holiday lights. Stay on track with these reminders of why today’s workout is more important than ever. Boost Your Immune System Regular exercise improves the body’s ability to fight off germs. This includes common colds and flu as well as infections and chronic illness. Studies have shown moderate-intensity exercise on a daily basis can significantly reduce the number of colds caught compared to inactive individuals. Exercise is believed to increase white blood cell count, which fights infections. You deserve a healthy holiday. Use your workout as a top defense against sniffles and sneezes. This time of year, you are surrounded in the malls, grocery stores, office, and at that party where Santa’s nose looked redder than usual. A half-hour workout may spare you from several congested days of functioning at minimal …

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