12 January 2016 3 Ways to Put Fun into Exercise and Keep Your Resolutions!

Exercise routines based on activities you do not like, are not going to stick or be sustainable. Read on for an enthusiastic report from one of my weight loss clients who changed her exercise routine and thus, changed her attitude and motivation. She put the fun factor back into exercise. You too can put enjoyment into moving your body more in 2016 by trying these three tips.

14 January 2014 Exercise is Medicine. Take the Weekly Challenge!

Exercise is medicine. Did you know that no current drug or medicine provides as many health benefits as a regular physical activity program? Take the weekly challenge and follow your prescription to exercise!

29 August 2013 Long-Term vs. Short-Term Goals in Exercise and Weight Loss

Get yourself in the long-term mindset when it comes to losing weight and exercising, and the results will follow.

16 July 2013 Walk Your Way to Fitness: Take the Two-Week Challenge!

Physical activity does not have to be complicated — start improving your health by walking today! Remember: No Matter How Slow You Go, You're Still Lapping Everybody on the Couch.

13 December 2012 Five Holiday Fitness Tips

Does life feel a little extra busy right now? Do you already have a house full of guests or are you getting ready to travel yourself? Now is not the time to put exercise on the back burner. It's the time to commit to staying a step ahead of your health. In order to do this, here are five fitness tips you can do this holiday season.

19 June 2012 Just Getting Back into Exercising? Think FIT!

Just Getting Back into Exercising? Think FIT! Congratulations if you have just decided to start an exercise program, or if you are returning to exercise after a long hiatus! To help you ease into improved fitness with a low risk of injury, think "FIT" to create a plan that helps you get there safely...

3 December 2010 Plan to Succeed and the Skills Will Follow

Plan to Succeed and the Skills Will Follow Trying to lose weight without a plan in place is kind of like driving to your favorite restaurant with your eyes closed - you think you know the way, you're excited to get there, but a lot of things can come between you and your destination.

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