Improve Your Golf Swing

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Improve Your Golf Swing

What does it mean when we talk about an effective golf swing? There are a number of different factors that contribute to solid mechanics in the golf swing. Two crucial elements are stability and mobility. Many golfers believe swing speed is paramount and don’t often take into consideration tempo, sequencing or balance. These are extremely important when it comes to … Read More

Run for Health

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Why do we run? Most people run for health and to stay active. We all know the movement, and you only need a pair of good running shoes. Running allows you to set a goal for yourself, whether you are looking to compete in a race, lose weight or simply start on a path towards a healthy and active lifestyle. What are you running … Read More

Sitting is the New Smoking

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“Sitting is the new smoking” might be a phrase that you’ve heard lately in the news, but what does it really mean? It has become socially acceptable for us to sit almost all day long. You sit in your car, at your desk at work, when you eat, when you have long conversations, when you are watching television or reading, when you … Read More

4 Easy Nutrition Tips

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Eating well is essential to a healthy and active lifestyle, but there is so much information out there that it is hard to decipher where to start. Here are four easy nutrition tips to get you started: Fill Up On Vegetables Vegetables are a low calorie/high volume food, which means you can eat a lot of vegetables without consuming a lot of … Read More

8 Tips to Live a Healthy Active Lifestyle

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Do you often wonder, “How can I get fit and healthy?” Or are you asking others, “What’s your secret?” or “Why can’t I keep my goals?” That truth is, there is no secret. You’re probably already doing some or most of what you should to be living a healthy active lifestyle. These eight tips will guide you to a successful … Read More

Recipe: Guacamole Chicken Lettuce Wraps

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What is a wrap without a bread-like substance? By definition, it’s still a wrap. I’m not saying you can’t handle a little bread every now and then; however, if you’ve ever read “The Wheat Belly” or follow the Paleo Plan, you know cutting down on wheat consumption can not only decrease the number of total calories you eat in the … Read More

6 Health & Fitness Tips For Summer

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A lot of people tend to fall off the fitness wagon over the summer. The weather is gorgeous, why would you want to spend even more time inside? Stampede, backyard barbecues, drinks on the patio – they all throw a wrench in your healthy and active lifestyle. A little detour isn’t the end of the world. Arm yourself with knowledge … Read More

How to Eat More Vegetables

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There is a clear lack of vegetable consumption these days. As much as we like to lie to ourselves about it, it’s true. The vegetables I’m referring to are not potatoes, ketchup and anything made with corn, I’m referring to vegetables that are nutrient dense: greens, peppers, broccoli, beets, and so on. Also vegetables that only undergone roasting, steamed, juicing … Read More

Small Changes For A Healthy Lifestyle

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Changing your lifestyle can feel like a large, drastic, and sometimes scary change. Just because we know that the change we want to make is good for our health, does not make the task any easier. Creating new habits by focusing on small changes or one specific task at a time, can make this transition easier to manage and allow you … Read More

Keep Your Workouts Interesting

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You are committed to living a healthy and active lifestyle and are using the gym. It’s easy to feel lost or confused when putting together an exercise plan. This feeling can become discouraging and lead to you not using your membership. Instead, follow these 10 tips to keep things interesting and you’ll stay motivated and on track with your fitness … Read More