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James Re Mar 27, 2020 News

While many may think that fitness is solely exercise and diet, there are many other factors affecting a person's overall health and fitness.  These factors include genetics, sleep patterns, stress levels, age and even the social activities that we regularly partake in.

James Re Feb 25, 2020 News

How many times have you set your fitness goals to start living a healthier lifestyle, to just see it all fall through quickly and without a fight? Don’t worry, you’re not alone! This happens to most people and more often than you think. Everyone needs a little accountability to accomplish their fitness goals. 

James Re Oct 11, 2019 News

Research shows that exercise is one of the most important lifestyle changes you can make to reduce your risk of developing breast cancer as well as decreasing the risk of recurrence.

James Re Sep 9, 2019 News

Cutting down on the time you use your phone each day will save you wasted minutes that you could be spending on work, with friends and family or on your health and wellness. In addition, cutting down will give you more mental space to come up with new ideas, daydream and be grateful, rather than worrying about what the latest post is on Instagram.

James Re Aug 2, 2019 News

Living a healthy lifestyle isn’t just about eating salads and hitting the gym. It’s about finding holistic health and happiness by making the best choices you can in all areas of your life, and that includes doing your part to be kind to the environment.

James Re May 15, 2019 News

Gone are the days of thinking that when you reach a certain age you need to slow down your activity levels. In fact, now we know that senior citizens who are active and who exercise regularly are staying healthy, happy, functional and mobile for much longer than those who aren’t.

One of the most beneficial types of exercise for senior citizens is strength training, and that can come in many forms: with free weights, resistance bands, machines or even just bodyweight

James Re May 1, 2019 News

In honor of National Mental Health Awareness Month in May, it’s time to talk about the benefits of living a healthy lifestyle that go far beyond what your body looks like — the benefits that support your mental well-being.

Current research tells us that working out and eating nutritious foods doesn’t just make you healthy, but it also improves your mindset on life, giving you a better chance of warding off symptoms of anxiety and depression.

Jeanne Bellezzo May 18, 2018 News

You’ve been faithfully following your workout plan and you’re seeing results, but your friend at the gym seems to be making more gains. And your neighbor dropped almost 15 pounds, while you’re still focusing on losing 10.

Even when you’re making progress, frequently comparing yourself to other people—at the gym, grocery store, Instagram or wherever—can leave you feeling frustrated or discouraged. So why do so many of us do it?

Dr. Erin Nitschke Mar 9, 2018 News

The nation’s population is “intoxicated” due to sleep loss. Sadly, poor sleep is more the rule than the exception. According to the Institute of Medicine, 50-70 million adults in the United States have sleep or wakefulness disorders. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention consider poor sleep a “public health problem.” Ultimately, this means more Americans are at an increased risk for developing other health concerns if they are getting insufficient sleep.

March is National Sleep Month, which is an ideal time to learn more about how sleep impacts the pursuit and achievement of health and fitness goals.

Kelsey Graham Feb 2, 2018 News

The New Year is upon us and with it comes the desire to improve and start anew. For many, this manifests as resolutions to “eat better,” “exercise more” or “lose weight.”

Despite the best of intentions, many people struggle to maintain these resolutions yearlong, and by February gym floors are empty and new fitness gear has been left forgotten in the backs of closets.

While it may seem that sticking to a resolution is impossible, positive change in health and fitness is achievable. To increase your likelihood for success, shift your focus this year from what you resolve to do to how you’ll do it. Here are four proven strategies for ensuring that your 2018 New Year’s Resolution is one that sticks.

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