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Fitness and recovering from injury

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Exercise is good for your health, both mentally and physically. We all know that. It helps prevent injury, lowers your risk for heart disease, Alzheimer’s, depression and some cancers. But sometimes you can’t avoid injury or other severe illness. You can be the fittest person in the world, and you may still injure yourself or… Read more »

How to find volunteer opportunities

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Volunteering is good for your community as well as your health, but sometimes it can be difficult to find the right opportunity. During the holidays, chances are abundant and people are more willing to give of their time. But don’t let the end of the season stop you from seeking those in need. You can find… Read more »

Will you be a trend setter? Fitness predictions for 2017

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For years the American College of Sports Medicine’s Health & Fitness Journal® has made yearly fitness predictions and their predictions for 2017 are here. While it looks like wearable technology tops the list for a second year in a row, we’d like to look at a few other predictions and why we hope they become trends. Fitness Prediction #1: Older adult… Read more »

Cool trivia: 8 snow facts on the white stuff

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With winter fast approaching, snow storms have already made their appearance in many places across the United States and Canada. To prepare ourselves mentally for the cold, we did some research and found some really cool trivia you might like to know about snow. Is the “white stuff” really white? Nope. It’s translucent, meaning light doesn’t… Read more »

What’s your favorite fitness trend of 2016? Our 5 favorites

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Have you been a fitness trendsetter this year? Find out below as we look back on our favorite fitness trend of 2016 and a few others that we love almost as much. We compiled the following list based upon our own observations and research including the worldwide survey published by the American College of Sports… Read more »