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Keep working out during the holiday season

During the holidays, it’s tempting to throw your workouts by the wayside with the promise to start again after the New Year. Research shows that when regular exercise stops, we start to lose the benefit of the previous exercise routine within a few weeks. Ones cardio level starts to wane, and muscle starts to atrophy.
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Be SMART about your goals

Are you feeling like you are in a rut with your workouts or weight loss goals? Maybe your workouts are not progressing the way you imagined they would when you crossed into 2018 and promised to take it up a notch this year?

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How to successfully motivate yourself to get to the gym

At this point, everyone is pretty much aware of the huge upside to exercising regularly. The reason that there aren’t more people doing it, is the sheer lack of motivation. There is nothing that pushes them enough to go out there and exercise. Fortunately, there are some very useful ways which you can use to motivate yourself to become a more active individual. Here are some ideas that got a lot of my clients to the gym:

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Why do I care about core?

In anatomy, the core refers, in its most general of definitions, to the body minus the legs and arms. Some other names for our core are, transverse abdominis, internal and external obliques, belly, gut, tummy, tum, six pack, abs, pot belly, beer gut, spare tire, bread basket, love handles, paunch, solar plexus.

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Healing Plantar Fascitis Forever

The Plantar Fascia is a fibrous connective tissue on the bottom of the foot that stretches from the heal bone to the base of the toes. It causes the bowing of the arch. When it is overstressed micro tears can form causing inflammation (the “itis” of Plantar Fascitis). It does not have a good blood supply and heals very slowly. If not treated properly this acute injury can become chronic due to scar tissue build up and restricted blood flow.

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