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James Re Oct 27, 2020 Fit Fun

On average, American children spend four to seven minutes a day in unstructured outdoor play compared to seven or more hours in front of a screen. Here are five good reasons why it’s so important for parents to incorporate children playing outside.

James Re Oct 5, 2020 Fit Fun

Too much Halloween candy got you spooked? Try some of these healthy tips for party snacks and trick-or-treats. Ideas so good, it’s scary!

James Re Sep 29, 2020 Fit Fun

A growing body of research suggests that music directly affects exercise motivation. Here are four ways music affects movement.

Sep 16, 2020 Fit Fun

Deep breathing is one of the best ways to lower stress in the body. This is because when you breathe deeply, it sends a message to your brain to calm down and relax.

James Re Sep 7, 2020 Strength

Yoga has the potential to do so much good--improving strength, flexibility, and mental focus--that it's surprising that so many runners don't know a downward dog from an upward dog

James Re Sep 1, 2020 News

We are more resilient and more able to handle life's stress when we are feeling our best both physically and emotionally. A massage, a hot bath, or another form of pampering revitalizes you inside and out. Taking time out to maintain self-care has several benefits.

James Re Aug 20, 2020 Fit Fun

People become effective goal-setters when they understand and develop five action-oriented behaviors and incorporate these actions with each goal set.

James Re Aug 19, 2020 Fit Fun

Mindfulness is an ancient discipline, put simply, it’s about being present in the moment and aware of your body, mind and surroundings, without judgement.

James Re Aug 7, 2020 Fit Fun

The key to getting 60 minutes of aerobic exercise every day is to make fitness fun for kids. Running in place on a treadmill or sitting on a stationary bike most likely won't spark joy for your child. What do kids like to do? Run, play, skip, hop and jump.

James Re Jul 21, 2020 News

It’s a common fact that how well we sleep affects our overall health and wellbeing. But just how much can one area of our lives affect our sleep?

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