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A Partridge in a Pear Tree (with a Cocktail)

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - December 21, 2015

  ‘Tis the Pear Season for Nutrition   As a member of the rose family of plants, they are also related to apples, apricots and plums! Found in green, red, yellow and gold, pears come in several types during the winter months and there are over 3,000 varieties. Pears are typically grown in Europe, but […]

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Holiday Gift Guide 2015 for Fitness Enthusiasts

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - December 14, 2015

  Emily’s Wish List   Joy to the world! The holidays are in full swing over here, and I couldn’t be happier. Yes, the holidays can be stressful – especially when you have no idea what to get for friends and family, so I am here today to help relieve that burden. Health and wellness […]

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Consistency is the Key to Success

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - December 11, 2015

  Staying Consistent in an Inconsistent Life   Yippee!!  Woo Hoo!  Five and a half pounds down and thirty-four and a half pounds to go (ugh!).  I reached my first goal of losing 5lbs by December 5th.  Unfortunately, life took over, and I haven’t gained weight, but I did not lose any more weight.  My […]

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Eat & Drink Cranberries (Cocktails) for Your Holiday Health

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - December 4, 2015

Have a Guilt-Free Holiday Season     Enjoy two delicious, low-calorie cocktails this holiday season.  Kb Fitness Solutuions, Inc. has been featuring the following two at our Skinny Santa Parties.       Pear Rosemary Cocktail 4 pears 16 fl Oz. Vodka 1/4 cup sugar (we could eliminate or just do agave or some other […]

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Thanksgiving Nutrition Tips & Myths

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - November 23, 2015

  True or False . . . Test Your Thanksgiving Nutrition Knowledge   1.     Skipping Breakfast the morning of will cut calories … False. Skipping meals before a bountiful feast is never a good idea if you are watching your calories. Consume a breakfast full of protein and fat to avoid excessive overeating on T-day.   […]

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The Weight Loss Plan

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - November 20, 2015

  My Diet & Exercise Prescription   Well, it has been two weeks since we started my program, and I am happy to say that I am a loser.  That’s right.  The only time it is fun to be a loser is when you are trying to lose weight.  I will take it!  I lost […]

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Do Not Fall Off the Wagon This Holiday Season

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - November 18, 2015

  Taking Your Workouts on the Road     Now that everyone has come down from their Halloween sugar highs, we get to think about the next holiday: Thanksgiving! For lots of us, the holidays come with travel and while most of us have every intention to stay on the good foot physically, it’s not […]

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Training the Trainer

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - November 16, 2015

  Fitness Professionals Need Trainers Too     I always thought I would be that super fit pregnant lady who bounced back to her fit self just moments after giving birth.  Afterall, I am an exercise physiologist.  I worked out multiple times a day and trained clients over 30 hours a week while running a […]

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Less Sun Means Less Vitamin D

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - November 9, 2015

  Time for Vitamin D   With the clocks switching back and the days getting shorter we’re all seeing less of the sun! Which means this time of year might be appropriate to get your Vitamin D levels checked.   One type of Vitamin D is made in your skin when exposed to sunlight. Few […]

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