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Try to Fit Little Bits of Exercise In Whenever You Can Ė It All Adds Up!

Whenever I can, I try to do little bits of physical activity as often as I can throughout the day, even when Iím at work.

If the weather is nice, I take the opportunity to go walking. If I am on a coffee break (15 minutes), I take a brisk walk around the perimeter of my office building. If ...

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A Beginnerís Guide to Yoga

For beginners or non-yogis, the prospect of starting a yoga practice can be quite overwhelming. It can feel like breaking into yoga is very hard, especially if youíve seen complicated poses posted on Instagram. However intimidating it can be, the wonderful thing about yoga is that it really can look...

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The Secret Fun of Activity!

Hi,
I am a person who loves to work out! Most of the time. But I am a very busy mom of 5, with one still home part time and the other 3 younger still growing and homeschooling.
We love to just be active!
What does that mean?
My secret is that it HAS to be FUN or it won't last. Then y...

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Track Exercise and Housework Activities Every Day to Help Keep Your Exercise Program Challenging

I find that tracking my exercise program is just as important as tracking my food intake. As with recording my food intake, I have the greatest success when I make it a point to track all of my exercise activities every day. Tracking lets me know what types of activities I am doing and how long I ...

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excercising daily without hesitation

I set my alarm everyday for 6:30 Am., when my alarm goes off I do not allow myself to lay in bed. I immediately get up and get dressed, this helps me to not talk myself out of working out. I do not give myself the time or the chance. Works great. I have worked out every morning and evening without h...

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Try to Fit Little Bits of Exercise In Whenever You Can Ė It All Adds Up!

Whenever I can, I try to do little bits of physical activity as often as I can throughout the day, even when Iím at work.

If the weather is nice, I take the opportunity to go walking. If I am on a coffee break (15 minutes), I take a brisk walk around the perimeter of my office building. If...

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The Conference Room Walking Track

I work from a remote office and I often have to call in for conference calls and meetings. We call it "sitting on the table". Most of the time I spend listening, but it has to be active listening, so I can catch the important points of the speaker. I can't risk getting side-tracked by surfing the We...

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I Am Going To HIIT It

I love the HIIT workouts but as I get older I have to know my limitations on each exercise. Grant it I can still move and grove with the best of them but now I have a shoulder / muscle injury from trying to do an ackward dance move from my upper body.

Read below what the expert say about HIIT...

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Exercise and keep health habits

The more active you are, the better.. Exercise boosts your heart health, builds muscle and bone strength, and wards off health problems.

Aim for 2 and a half hours of moderate activity, like brisk walking or dancing, every week. If you're OK with vigorous exercise, stick to 1 hour and 15 minu...

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Stepping to Greatness!

A little contraption called the FitBit, saved my life. After a brief health scare, my doctor prescribed 10,000 steps a day. Since that time, I have worked my way up to an average of 12,000 steps per day! And the weight is melting away, slowly but surely.

The thing I love about FitBit is the ...

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