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Sunday, April 5, 2020


The Energy Drink Crash.

March 5, 2020 by  
Filed under Health, News, Weekly Column

Grabbing an energy drink at every turn is convenient…it’s quick. It allows us to think we are helping ourselves keep moving so that we can remain as productive as possible. However, not even out time in the gym can truly help when energy drinks are being consumed like water around the clock. Consider lowering your consumption of energy drinks so that your body can naturally produce the energy you need. You will kind that you are more alert, focused, and productive.

Some Wait for Winter to Get Their Body Right.

March 5, 2020 by  
Filed under Fitness, Health, News, Weekly Column

However, we increase productivity in the fall/winter and there is no winter fluff to gain. If you are one that loves that cold workout tell us about your winter regimen. What energy does fall/winter personify for you, and how does that aid your workout routine in terms of motivation?

The Workout Groups Can be Motivating.

February 11, 2020 by  
Filed under Beginner, Fitness, Health, News, Weekly Column

On days when the workout is particularly difficult, and you are not feeling your best about self they can help you remember why you are awesome and must keep going. If your personality doesn’t work well in groups continue to do what will be best for you mentally, and physically to reach your fitness goals. However, if you are able to incorporate group workout you if can be a great asset.

Lets be Real About Weight Loss.

As you prepare to embark upon weight loss to better your health, and value of life remember to be real with yourself. Try not to get angry when the scale doesn’t move and your diet has been horrible, you aren’t getting enough activity, or you just started on this path. Patience and consistency will render you results. Health and fitness is a way of life not a diet or insane short term workout routine.

Working Out with my Spouse Use to be Hard.

January 2, 2020 by  
Filed under Beginner, Fitness, Health, News, Weekly Column

I’ve learned to value his knowledge and support while on my fitness journey. Once I got past my insecurity working our with my spouse/trainer became a wonderful experience that allowed us to work on becoming healthier for self, each other and our family together.

Build on Your Limitations.

December 24, 2019 by  
Filed under Beginner, Health, News, Weekly Column

Remember to make sure you are factoring in the healthy diet needed to sustain this new workout journey. Though this may sound odd…enjoy the journey. Watching your body transform into a stronger healthier state is truly amazing and encouraging. The physical limitations you face now are just stepping stones to a stronger healthier you.

Learn How to Deal with Injury.

November 20, 2019 by  
Filed under Fitness, Health, News, Weekly Column

Regardless of what we are trying to achieve with fitness, you can’t do it if you are injured. If you know you’ve hurt yourself consider getting it looked at by a professional. If they deem you injured follow the path of healing so that you can get back to your life, and gym, without further incident. Learn how to deal with your injury so that it doesn’t get worse for you.

Drinking Water Yet Dehydrated.

November 20, 2019 by  
Filed under Beginner, Health, News, Weekly Column

On days you are able to consume as much stand alone water the fruit will assist you in getting the water you need, and the electrolytes will be there. The key to fighting dehydration isn’t just I’m drinking water. You must consider how much water, what kind of water, and healthy food and snacks.

Introducing Kids to Fitness Can be Fun.

November 19, 2019 by  
Filed under Beginner, Fitness, News, Weekly Column

Creating a health diet and physical activity culture from the time your child is able to partake is a step towards breaking the generational curses of particular illnesses within the black community. Through your children you may find a joy in exercise you never knew possible.

Careful When Judging Obesity.

October 3, 2019 by  
Filed under Health, Motivation, News, Weekly Column

Many people that reach a certain point in obesity become reclused in part because they know they are being judged. They know when they go out to eat someone is going to be eyeing them like for them to eat at all is disgusting.

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