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Female runner tying her shoes preparing for a run a jog outside

Let’s Go for a Run!

Running was the first thing I started doing to get active. If I’m honest, I probably started as a teenager because it gave me an excuse to get out of the house and listen to my CD player as loud as I wanted (yep, I carried a full size CD player with me and my first CD was TLC Waterfalls…

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Close-up of granulated sugar in spoon and sugar pile on wooden

Sugar Facts -Part 2

In the last blog, we discovered the health effects of sugar on our bodies and hidden sources in foods. Some might say that I took the fun out of eating anything “tasty.”  I’m not here to make eating boring, or nutrition confusing, I am simply want to provide you the facts and offer simple ways we can move forward to achieving healthier, happier bodies! How…

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Inscription sugar made into pile of white granulated sugar

Sugar Facts-Part 1

Sugar. It’s what we imagine when we think of desserts, donuts, cookies, or kid’s candy items. Let’s face it, the sweet stuff is everywhere. We can’t walk into a gas station, grocery store, or even watch TV without being bombarded by the topic. In this two part sugar series, I’ll help you become a sugar sleuth and decode the health…

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White background with stack of Fresh spring vegetables

Spring Clean Your Diet

Spring is the perfect time to break out the rubber gloves and give your house a fresh cleaning! Why not take advantage of the cleaning spree, and tackle your diet too?! Whether you’re looking to regain momentum on those New Year’s resolutions, or just looking for fresh new ideas, here are few healthy eats for this Spring. ARTICHOKES: Don’t be…

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A Party in Your Ears… The Perfect Playlist!

I’m asked all the time about recommending a good playlist or music to workout to. A few months back my friend Andrea Scott, Sales & Fitness Manager at MVP Athletic Club – Crahen, turned me on to this amazing app called “FIT Radio”. It’s like a little DJ in your headphones mixing up your favorite tunes! One cool thing about…

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Running - Stretch

Post Run Stretching 101

When I first began working out, I refused to stretch. It seemed boring and pointless to me. Several years later, I began having knee pain so sharp, it kept me from working out. It didn’t take long to realize it wasn’t joint related; it was my IT band screaming at me for not recovering and stretching. At the time I…

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Chocolate Milk

Work Hard, Recover Harder

I love the saying, “Abs are made in the kitchen.” If we work out hard in the gym, why wouldn’t we want to work out hard in the kitchen? What we feed our bodies after a workout is crucial to revealing our muscles, increasing recovery time, allowing us to push ourselves even harder the next day at the gym, and preventing injuries! Whether…

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flat lay snacks

Healthy Road Trip Snacks

Road trip season is upon us! The car is packed, gas tank is full, now let’s fill the car with healthy snacks for everyone! After all, roads trip are meant to be fun and hassle (hopefully) free. Keep your family smiling all the way with these quick, easy, and healthy travel treat ideas. When packing road trip food and snacks, look for…

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Just Breathe

So breathing is kind of a big deal. It’s also something we tend to take for granted. I don’t know about you, but when I go to Yoga and the instructor talks about breathing, I never really know how to do it or what they mean. I finally figured it out, but it took me actually sitting down with my…

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National Nutrition Month – The Benefits of Beans

Beans, beans, the musical… Ok, we all know how the rest of the song goes, but did you know how beneficial beans, also known as Pulses, can be to the diet? In fact, The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations recognized how important this food is and declared 2016 “The Year of the Pulses.” You don’t have to…

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