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Signs You Should Push Pause on Your Workout

Posted by: Carlo Varquez, M.S. - November 13, 2023

Four Signs You Should Pause Working Out   Whether you are an avid gym goer or new to fitness, it’s so important to listen to your body. There are warning signs that can help you avoid health problems and serious injury. When these warning signs appear, it is important to listen to your body.   […]

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Five Easy & Fun Fall Snack Ideas

Posted by: Laura Cason, B.S., R.D., L.D.N. - October 31, 2023

  Snacks are a good way to manage hunger levels across the day.  Having a protein and complex (good) carbohydrate combination is optimal to feel full and satiated.  And because it’s Fall, why not enjoy the classic Fall flavors of apple and pumpkin.    As a dietitian, these foods are valuable and great sources of […]

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Transitioning to a Fall Fitness Routine

Posted by: Carlo Varquez, M.S. - October 19, 2023

Fall is the perfect time to establish some new healthy habits. As the air turns cold, you can take advantage of these feelings of a clean slate by trying out a new fitness routine.   Switching up your fitness routine is key to keeping your body and mind challenged during exercise. Whether you’re interested in […]

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A Diet Rich in Fall Vegetables

Posted by: Laura Cason, B.S., R.D., L.D.N. - October 3, 2023

5 Ways to Add More Fall Vegetables Into Your Diet   Help to feel your best is guided by the food you eat.  As we glide through the seasons to Fall, it comes with some foods that are at their peak.  We think of red and orange tied to pumpkins and apples. But there are more […]

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Avoiding the Midlife Metabolism Slump

Posted by: Carlo Varquez, M.S. - September 18, 2023

Aging is a natural and inescapable part of life. It alters one’s physical, mental, and sometimes, emotional state. Most experience gradual bodily changes that influence what they eat and how it’s absorbed. For those age 50 and up, the metabolism can slow, leading to weight gain, chronic fatigue, and even depression.   What is metabolism? […]

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Self Care Between Sessions

Posted by: Chelsey Gilbert - September 5, 2023

An active approach to taking control of your wellness.   As a Licensed Massage Therapist that has been practicing since 2017, I have learned many easy and affordable at home self care techniques.  Self care does not have to be complicated or daunting.  Some of the most simple and intuitive things can be profoundly helpful […]

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Dancing into the School Year

Posted by: Allison Fabrizio, B.A. - August 21, 2023

Just like that, back-to-school season is upon us! A time for students and adults alike to take advantage of new opportunities, challenges, and beginnings! Embracing the power of dance can be a fantastic way to prepare for the upcoming school year while cultivating habits that enhance your overall health and well-being. To ensure that dance […]

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What is DOMS?

Posted by: Carlo Varquez, M.S. - August 14, 2023

DOMS (Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness) EXPLAINED   Have you experienced the struggle of walking after your workout before? Well, there’s a good chance you were experiencing a case of DOMS, or Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness.   Let’s imagine … yesterday you smashed your HIIT session, but today you can’t walk, and the mere idea of […]

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Summer Picnics

Posted by: Laura Cason, B.S., R.D., L.D.N. - August 7, 2023

August is a month to soak up the sun and continue to enjoy the outdoors.  It’s also still part of outdoor picnic season!  If it’s a hot day, an evening picnic might be more of the comfortable time to dine.  Whether it’s a neighborhood park, while you’re camping or your backyard, it can be a […]

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