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Pool Safety Tips for Summer

Posted by: Tia Eberle - May 28, 2021

Memorial Day Weekend is here, which means our long lost friend, Summer, is happily knocking at our front door again for us to come out and play!   Whether you have plans to celebrate the upcoming 3-day weekend or you’re laying low, it’s important to brush up on our pool safety before summer is in […]

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Stress: A Helpful Tool In Reaching Your Fitness Goals

Posted by: Shera Strange, Certified Personal Trainer - May 18, 2021

You may know that exercise is one way to beat stress and is used in many ways as a natural stress reducer. For one; Physical activity may help bump up the production of your brain’s feel-good neurotransmitters, called endorphins. In August 2020, the Mayo Clinic stated that exercise increases your sense of wellbeing and overall […]

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Girrrlll ~ It’s Time for a Health Check!

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - May 3, 2021

Girlfriends are priceless. We are there for breakups, makeups, happy hours, brunches, a good laugh and a good cry. The moments are cherished. The memories last a lifetime. Perhaps I am a little partial, considering I am an exercise physiologist, but I feel the greatest gift you can give someone you love is the gift […]

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Eating to Relieve Stress

Posted by: Lorelei Sturm, MS, RD, LDN - April 28, 2021

This year, it might feel a bit over-the-top to dedicate a month to making us aware of stress – most of us have been aware of our stress levels all year long. It has been an unusually stressful year!     Chronic stress can contribute to inflammation and elevated cortisol levels which can lead to […]

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Change it Up This Spring: Workout Outdoors!

Posted by: Shera Strange, Certified Personal Trainer - March 17, 2021

It seems that we have “broken the back” on Winter by getting a taste of Spring. After being locked down due to the pandemic, we all had to change our routines and our workout routine. And now, as many cities are opening up, what better reason to stretch those legs, get some fresh air, and […]

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The Dish on Keto Diet

Posted by: Kim Kramer R.D., L.D.N., CDCES - March 12, 2021

The Ketogenic Diet (commonly called “Keto Diet”) has gained a lot of popularity in recent years.     This program is a low carb, high fat and moderate protein diet. This diet has been used for many years in treating epilepsy in children, but is now a very common method to dieting and weight loss. […]

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Your Success Depends on . . .

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - March 3, 2021

YOU!  That’s right.  Seems pretty straight forward, right?  You would think . . .     A few years after I started my business, a wise client shared with me that “My business will only be as successful as the time that I put into it.”  Over ten years later, I cannot tell you how […]

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Love Yourself

Posted by: Jessica Goldberg, MS, RD, LDN - February 9, 2021

We all recognize Valentine’s Day as a holiday to buy gifts and cook dinner for friends and significant others. All of our concentration is spent caring for loved ones and we may forget about the most important person in our life, ourself. 2020 was a stressful year and we are still experiencing the aftermath in […]

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Staying Positive During Tough Times

Posted by: Shera Strange, Certified Personal Trainer - January 14, 2021

It’s Monday! Again!   As much as we hate Monday’s, to say we’re living through challenging times sounds like a cliché and an understatement. During these past months, news about the pandemic, economic woes, and harsh political debates have triggered tremendous anxiety and sadness for many Americans. Whether you’re building a start-up, thriving in your […]

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