Posts Tagged ‘fitness education’

An Athlete’s Diet

What to eat for peak performance. If your exercise routine consists of jogging a couple miles, a Yoga class, or lifting weights at the gym for half an hour, a healthy, well-balanced diet should provide all the nutrition and energy needed for your workout. However, if you push yourself with high-intensity workouts lasting more than…

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What You Should Know about Sugar

It tastes great, but… Would your friends describe you as having a sweet tooth? Do you need your daily fix of candy, soda, or sweets? People all over the world love the taste of sugar. So it’s no wonder sugar is an ingredient in so many foods and drinks. But did you know you’re probably…

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Eat and Lose Weight

Foods that will actually burn calories. You burn calories in three ways: by just living and breathing, through physical activity, and by eating and digesting food. While physical activity is normally emphasized as the best way to burn calories, eating certain foods can actually aid in the process. You may be surprised to hear this…

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Cold Weather Fitness

The weather outside may be frightful, but exercise can still be delightful. Do cold temperatures keep you from exercise? Do chilly mornings make you want to just stay in bed and skip the gym? Does the frosty air keep you from your normal outdoor workout? They shouldn’t – and they don’t have to. It’s important…

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Onboard101

About This Weight-Management 101 Curriculum This exclusive 12-week weight-management curriculum covers the basics of human physiology.  It explains in non-technical terms how, and why, your body will positively respond to proper nutrition and productive exercise. The information is not intended to advocate any particular protocol.  It does not promote any products.  It is straight-forward, peer-reviewed information to help you understand how your body really works. It is the ideal companion to…

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Scaling the Wall: Achieving Fitness for a Strong Body and Mind

A special thanks goes out to guest blogger Jim Rollince at gymsource.com for today’s informative article. Making a commitment to health can sometimes seem overwhelming and impossible to achieve. However, understanding that sustainable health is more about finding or rediscovering the worth of an individual rather than achieving a highly stylized “look,” can help refocus and…

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Fight Diabetes With Exercise

Want to wield power over your diabetes? Better get some exercise. If you’re living with diabetes, you would probably like to get a better handle on your symptoms. You may even be seeking a way to control your blood sugar levels without popping pills for the rest of your life. There is good news. With…

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