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What are some healthy options for packing a lunch to take to work?

Posted: 04/22/2014

By Sara MurphyMy personal favorite thing to pack for lunch is leftovers. There’s nothing nicer than knowing that tonight’s healthy and delicious dinner will double as tomorrow’s lunch. Leftovers are awesome because they are EASY and they are already prepared. I think a lot of people struggle with lunch because they don’t leave themselves enough time before...

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What are the most foolish diet fads you’ve ever seen?

Posted: 04/15/2014

By Angela Juricak, RDFad Diets are exactly what the name implies. They are only famous for a short while because people soon realize THEY ARE NOT SUSTANABLE. Also they are not always safe.cotton-ball diet: eat up to 5 cottons balls soaked in a citrus juice. Dieters do this before eating in order to eat less or use it as a meal replacement all together. It could...

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What are some good calorie-burning activities that aren’t always considered exercise?

Posted: 04/10/2014

By Sara MurphyThere are many daily activities that burn a surprising number of calories. The best thing about this list is that you’ll be killing two birds with one stone. Whether you’re getting chores done around the house or spending time with your loved ones you can fit in some “exercise” without even trying. Cleaning (135-200 calories/30 mins)Dancing...

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Should I be more worried about fat or sugar in my diet?

Posted: 03/25/2014

  By Sara MurphyEasy answer: Sugar. Of course life is never easy so I’ll delve into this a little more. A balanced diet is going to be low in added sugar and will include lots of “good” fats. Fat is an essential nutrient that should make up 20%-30% of our total calories each day. However, not all fats are created equal. Your best bet is to consume...

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Can exercise help my mood?

Posted: 03/18/2014

By Danielle MagargeeOf course exercise can help your mood! It's been proven to improve your mood! Endorphins are released during exercise in as little as a few minutes improving mood and self esteem. The effects of physical activity extend beyond the short-term. Research shows that exercise can also help alleviate long-term depression. Some researchers suspect exercise alleviates...

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What are some active spring break vacations I could take?

Posted: 03/11/2014

By Thomas Raiola1. Go to the mountains and hike 14ers2. Plan a trip where you can go kayaking.3. Bike riding in Hawaii4. Rock climbing Moab5. Scuba diving in Australia "Great Barrier Reef" By Sara MurphyOne of my favorite spring break memories was freshmen year of college when I went camping with friends in Moab, Utah. If you’re looking to stay active during spring...

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What should I look for when choosing a personal trainer?

Posted: 03/04/2014

By Matt FellerThere are a number of things to consider when choosing a personal trainer. One of the first things to consider is the trainers background and training. What is his/her degree in? Do they even have a degree? What type of certifications does the trainer have? Are their certifications from quality and respected organizations within the industry. What type of experience...

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Should I repeat the same workout routine, or change things up?

Posted: 02/24/2014

By Mike HauswaldYes and no!!!  First off I highly recommend that you change your workout routine as much as possible so that your body does not adapt to the same movements, reps and rest periods.  Secondly I recommend it because most people will probably just get board doing the same thing over and over again which could lead to quitting working out all together. ...

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Why is it important to warm up before I work out?

Posted: 02/18/2014

By Andrew GibbonsWarming up before working out is primarily important for avoiding injury. By warming up you increase blood flow to your muscles and raise your body's core temperature. Getting your body warm you also increase flexibility and general range of motion for your joints. It can also be a great way to get yourself in "workout mode" in other words mentally preparing...

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Trainer Tuesday's: What are some good strategies to use at the grocery store?

Posted: 02/11/2014

 By Angie Juricak- Plan your menu for the whole week and then make your list- Spend the most time in the produce section, the first area you encounter in most grocery stores and usually the largest- Look for short ingredient list- Frozen Foods. Frozen fruits and vegetables (without sauce) are a convenient way to help fill in the produce gap, especially in winter.- Breads:Look...

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