Are you Overtraining?

April 24, 2017

Beware of the signs and symptoms of overtraining!            May is National Mental Health Awareness month. It is important for athletes to understand how their brain works and listen to what their bodies are telling them. Overtraining is categorized by an abrupt decline in performance and physiological function that is unable to be resolved with […]

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Farmers Market: Shop Local & Gain Benefits

April 10, 2017

Shop at a local farmers market to gain a variety of benefits Winter is finally over! Now it’s time to get back on track with a healthy diet. Try to stop by a local farmers market to purchase fresh produce. There are countless reasons to support local farmers markets from enjoying savory produce to getting to […]

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Eat the Rainbow

March 2, 2017

The pot of gold at the end of this rainbow might not be gold. It’s good health, which is worth far more than gold. Often we find ourselves getting stuck into the same old boring routines. Whether its work schedules, exercise, or what’s for dinner. A great way to combat getting bored eating the same […]

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Nutrition: Fads vs. the Facts

March 1, 2017

In honor of National Nutrition Month, we are addressing some of the many fad diets and bringing to the forefront the facts about nutrition and good health. Being healthy is simple and doesn’t need to be accompanied by a nutrition fad. Most fad diets don’t have scientific backing. They work in the short-term, but end up […]

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Work Out Together, Stay Together: Tips when working out with your significant other.

February 13, 2017

There are so many benefits to working out with a partner and couples who work out separately have a 43% dropout rate compared to couples who work out together who have a 6.3% dropout rate. Even though working out with a significant other is beneficial, it can have some tricky boundary lines. Follow these tips […]

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