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Operation Gratitude Candy Swap

Posted: 10/19/2013

Operation Gratitude annually sends more than 100,000 care packages filled with snacks, entertainment items and personal letters of appreciation to U.S. service members deployed in hostile regions, to their children left behind and to veterans, first responders, wounded warriors and their care givers.

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STAY GREEN THIS SPRING WITH AN ACTIVE FITNESS ROUTINE

Posted: 04/11/2013

As warm sun rays soak up the last of winter’s moisture and your cooped-up winter body is itching to take your fitness routine to the great outdoors, the springtime can bring a season of new growth, renewal and fresh beginnings for both you and Mother Earth.

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Five Tips to Avoid Skipping Your Workout

Posted: 03/07/2013

As New Year’s resolutions start becoming stale around this time of the year and opportunities arise to trade in daily workouts for work and personal extracurricular activities, you may be tempted to skip your workout and derail your health and fitness goals.

To help keep you focused on your ultimate fitness goals and ensure your workout commitments stay intact this spring, incorporate the following five techniques for continued health and fitness throughout the year. 

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Road Warrior Exercise Plan

Posted: 02/14/2013

Your bags are packed and you’re ready to jet set across the country.  But did you remember to bring your workout with you? Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, it can be hard to maintain a consistent workout regimen when you are outside the comforts and routine of your home and neighborhood.

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Four Ways to Keep Your Kids Active Over Spring Break

Posted: 03/13/2013

Although playing video games may exercise your child's hands and fingers, it's important to get kids off the couch, out of the house and engaged in total body physical activity during spring break.

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Four Ways to Keep Your Kids Active Over Spring Break

Posted: 02/19/2013

Although playing video games may exercise your child’s hands and fingers, it’s important to get kids off the couch, out of the house and engaged in total body physical activity during spring break.

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Five Tips to Avoid Skipping Your Workout

Posted: 02/19/2013

As New Year’s resolutions start becoming stale around this time of the year and opportunities arise to trade in daily workouts for work and personal extracurricular activities, you may be tempted to skip your workout and derail your health and fitness goals.

 

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Go Red for Women!: Top Five Red Foods to Eat for a Healthy Heart

Posted: 01/31/2013

It’s Heart Health Month, meaning this month is ablaze with the color red! The purpose of the 

American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement is to call attention to the fact that heart disease is the #1 killer of women (and men). Take care of your heart and tap into the heart-healthy power of eating red to garner the healing power of this fabulous group of 
nutrition powerhouse foods.Red is the new green, at least as far as heart-healthy eating goes. The bright hue of red foods (and no, we don’t mean the Red Hots candy you ate as a kid) is a sure sign the food is packed with a lot of disease-fighting antioxidant plant chemicals. The specific phytochemicals include some names you may have heard before: lycopene, carotenoids and resveratrol. Here is a list of the top five red foods you should be eating on a regular basis to keep your ticker strong:

 

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TURKEY SEASONING

Posted: 11/21/2012

Fresh herbs and extra virgin olive oil is all you need for a delicious turkey this Thanksgiving!

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Make a Lighter Gravy!

Posted: 11/21/2012

  • Strain broth from roasting pan and pour into a shallow pan and freeze for a few minutes.
  • Remove fat layer (fat rises to the top and can be removed with a kitchen spoon). You can also use a gravy fat separator cup available at most cooking supply stores.
  • Bring 2 cups of strained and defatted broth to a boil. Dissolve 1 Tbsp corn starch in 2 Tbsp water and add slowly to broth. Bring back to a boil, remove from stove and serve hot.

A HAPPY and HEALTHY Thanksgiving from all of us at Fitness Together!

 

 

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