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Your Question Answered: How To Build A Strong Core

Today’s post will answer the common question (thanks to FRESH! Community member Kimberley for submitting it), how do you best build a strong core? The simple (and somewhat cheeky) way to answer this question is: “Do core exercises on a regular basis”. The longer and more involved answer requires defining what “The Core” is, and understanding what you mean by …

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Tips For Proper Posture

It’s the start of another work week, and for most of us, that means LOTS of sitting at a desk. Today, I’ve put together some simple, yet extremely important tips for proper posture. Proper posture is an often forgotten and neglected part of our physical well-being The thing that most people fail to realize is that posture can have a …

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Healthy Tips For The Holiday Season

The past six weeks have been very interesting. Listening to the chatter in my network, I’m hearing a lot of grumblings about stress and excess workloads. I’ve also heard people saying how “thankful” they were for the Thanksgiving break away from work! Here are some healthy tips for the holiday season so we can stay on the right track.  The …

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How To Overcome The Fear Of Change

Today I want to shine some light on a common issue in life, health, fitness, and people’s weight loss goals. Its FEAR. Let’s talk about what is fear and how to overcome the fear of change. A client I had this week was the inspiration for this post. She is representative of many people on their weight loss journey and …

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Aging And Exercise

We are finishing our fitness myths busting series with one more myth that is becoming increasingly important to address (for me and my clients). Let’s discuss aging and exercise. Myth: If you don’t exercise when you are young, it’s dangerous or ineffective to start when you are older This one has remarkable staying power despite ample and clear evidence that …