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Fitness for Beginners

Fitness for beginners is as simple as taking positive steps to improve your health and fitness.

Fitness for beginners may sound like Book for Dummies publication. Once you decide to participate in workout sessions, you start your journey to an improved body and mind. You do not need to exercise every single day to reap the benefits. However, you must have the determination and discipline required. The common types of exercise…

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The Benefits of Online Personal Training

Online personal training with our personal trainers can be done on your laptop, cell phone or tablet!

The benefits of online personal training are numerous. The fitness industry, which has many segments, is growing as a whole. However, many people try out different workout regimes but do not stick to them. You may have thought about getting a personal trainer, but you do not have enough time and drive. Well, online personal…

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Blood Sugar Levels and Exercise

Blood sugar levels can be lowered by exercise that is performed with our personal trainers.

One of the common questions I receive from my clients when we first get started is, “How does exercise help regulate blood sugar levels?” Balancing Blood Sugar Levels We all need exercise to maintain a healthy lifestyle – we all know that. But this becomes more necessary when your blood sugar levels are atypical. Anyone…

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The Ideal Body Weight?

Our personal trainers can help you with a program to reach your ideal body weight.

Many people desire an ideal body weight and may become strict about working out just to achieve the body shape they have been dreaming of. For some, weight loss may not be as difficult as maintaining their desired weight. Diet and Cheat Days Some people diet excessively in order to metabolize the fats present in…

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Hypertension and Exercise

Exercise can help prevent or reduce the severity of hypertension.

Hypertension is the clinical or medical term for high blood pressure, something that most people have heard of. High blood pressure greatly increases the risk of strokes, heart disease, heart attacks, and aneurysms. Not as well-known, however, is the fact that even a moderate increase in blood pressure has a long-term impact on a person’s…

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It’s The End of 2020!

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Well, here we are at the end of what is possibly the most tumultuous year of our lives. We only have two weeks left to put this crazy year behind us and start looking toward a hopefully “normal” year in 2021. Usually I would be sending you a newsletter about what to do during the…

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Personal Training Update

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Hello everyone, I apologize for not sending more personal training updates sooner. I hope this email finds you all doing well in our time of crisis. It’s obviously been a challenging time for all of us. I am just now starting to pull myself out figuring this all out and moving forward. I want to…

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Water Consumption and Performance

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As we all know, water is a major component of our body, and water consumption is needed to help with exercise performance. Almost one-third of our body weight is composed of water and, therefore, we must meet the adequate amount in order to maintain the fluid balance in our body. Regular Water Consumption Fluid balance…

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Vitamin D Health Benefits

vitamin d health benefits

Vitamin D is an essential vitamin and encourages the absorption of calcium into the body as well as other minerals. It aids the body to create and build strong bones and is also associated with a number of natural bodily functions. For most adults, Vitamin D does not need to be supplemented as natural sunlight…

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No Regrets


Recently I stumbled on a blog focused on regret. Secret Regrets asks for people to submit their biggest regret and encourages posters to check back daily to see if their regret was posted. The only identifying information that’s provided is the poster’s age and gender. Intrigued, I glanced through the blog which is updated daily with…

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