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Exercise habits

Exercise Habits The secret to success in any area of your life is building manageable habits that you can achieve on a daily basis. Did you know that the most common reason for quitting an exercise program is workout overwhelm With time these small habits grow, they accumulate, and before long, exercise no longer seems a…

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February 7, 2016

Kettlebell Exercise Routines

Kettlebell Exercise Routines using the KOREBALL   To start learning a few of the top kettlebell / medicine ball exercises, we can take information from Rick Warren the developer of the KOREBALL. He want a hybrid of a kettlebell and medicine ball, as they have been proven to be an excellent tools for helping you…

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August 11, 2015
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Have You Used a Medicine Ball For a Workout?

When it comes to the KOREBALL, you really do get a lot of bang for your buck! Instructors and trainers are constantly looking for simple tools that can stimulate motor impulses as close as possible to professional athletic movements or natural gestures useful in everyday life. For this reason medicine balls with handles (like KOREBALL) are now widely required in…

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July 29, 2015
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Habits That Will Change Your Life in 5 Minutes

Mark Wahlberg does not want to change his life. Jimmy Fallon is happy right where he is. And Beyoncé seems like she’s pretty good for now. But the rest of us? Not so much. There are few among us who wouldn’t want to seriously tweak, if not downright re-imagine, the lives we lead. We’d do…

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July 8, 2015

Is Type 2 Diabetes Really Reversible?

Is Type 2 Diabetes really reversible? Feature Article by http://www.jjvirgin.com/ Dr. Brian Mowll Most people with diabetes have heard at least one doctor tell them that diabetes in a chronic, degenerative condition that gets worse over time, not better. The longer you have diabetes, the more problems you can expect and it’s not a matter…

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March 26, 2015

Strength Training is Important

An important part of every fitness journey is strength training.   You will lose more fat with strength training that by doing cardio alone: people who only do cardio lose weight, but much of the weight loss is from muscle loss. But the less muscle you have, the less fat you will burn. Losing muscle…

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March 16, 2015

Try a KOREBALL For Your Next Workout

7 Reasons to Try a KOREBALL for Your Next Workout If you haven’t used a KOREBALL yet, you can think about it like a kettlebell with two handles. You have probably seen a kettlebell floating around in your gym or studio. The great difference between the KOREBALL and the kettlebell is the material. The KOREBALL…

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March 8, 2015

Fit at any age

Taking Charge of Your Fitness     Regardless of age, fitness is always important to our health. However, it’s extremely important to maintain a fitness program during middle age. A healthy active routine can help prevent or substantially slow down a number of health concerns that seemingly crop up suddenly as we enter middle age,…

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January 20, 2015

Tips for weight loss 2015

Tips for weight loss in 2015 CHECKING IN WITH YOUR HUNGER Hunger is often confused with dehydration. Next time you feel like a snack, have a glass of water. Even mild dehydration can alter our body’s metabolism, so strive to drink eight glasses of water a day.  Limit coffee, alcohol and soda, as these can dehydrate you.…

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January 8, 2015

Get results in your exercise program

Are you getting results from your exercise program? There are many different definitions of exercise success, but for me, it’s simple: ask yourself whether you are getting results, having fun, feeling good, exercising consistently, and always challenging yourself. When we include exercise as a part of our health and wellness program, we want a return…

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December 28, 2014