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Category Archives: Stress Management

Exercise and Stress Management

June 12, 2018

Multiple Stress Types In our world of constant communication, stress levels quickly go from zero to 100 with a simple reading of a text or e-mail. This response begins in the brain and then extends into the body. Consider that some types of stress can be good, eustress, and includes such things as an upcoming … Continue Reading

Rethinking Resolutions

January 30, 2018

With the new year often comes reflection, introspection, and commitment to do things differently this year than the last.  Diet and exercise are frequently among the ‘things’ that individuals set out to change.  As both are largely within our individual control, these changes have the potential to have a profound effect on both how we … Continue Reading

Strategies for Easy and Enjoyable Weeknight Cooking

November 4, 2016

Love to cook?  Weeknight dinners are a challenge.  Hate to cook?  Making any dinner is a challenge.  Lucky for us, there are a ton of meal delivery services offering healthy, ready to eat options.  Depending on your bank account, this may not be an option for every night of the week.  Plenty of services that … Continue Reading

How the trainers eat VOL 7

September 16, 2016

  Hi there. Back at it again on how we eat. Nutrition varies from person to person even though we all, all us trainers that is, have similar goals in mind – boost performance, optimize health. Here are the collective responses to what we normally eat, where we shop, and how we prepare our food. … Continue Reading

Move more, feel better

September 2, 2016

    The more we move, the better we feel – moving not only contributes to better physical health, but also a healthy mind and soul.  As we’ve heard in recent news, sitting is the new smoking – 86% of full time American workers surveyed spend their day sitting and when they do get up, … Continue Reading

Recovery is Key to Improving Fitness and Health: the secret to performing at your highest level

July 18, 2016

3,2,1..GO! You start your workout feeling good but suddenly realize that you haven’t recovered from your workout 3 days ago..legs still feel really sore from the squats, starting to feel sluggish and that kettlebell weight you used last week with ease is feeling like 1,000 pounds..fatigue has set in. Fatigue is caused by a lack … Continue Reading