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Favorites: Gym Brands & Clothes – Fitness Article

Favorites: Gym Brands & Clothes Workout clothes can make or break your workout! They keep you comfortable, cool, and prepared to crush your workout. But, workout clothes can be important in other ways too!We asked and you answered. We surveyed over 150 of our #VAWESOME members to find out your favorite brands of workout clothes and why.“They make me feel good about myself in them during a time when it’s hard to some days (postpartum)”“Having the freedom to do all…

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How to Stay Healthy During the Holidays – Fitness Article

How to Stay Healthy During the Holidays How to Help Your Clients Stay Healthy During the Holidays The holidays are here. To some clients that means reconnecting with family, getting in touch with their motivations, and enjoying meals with friends. For others, it means added stress from the in-laws and overindulgence. No matter which camp your clients belong to, sticking to their health and fitness goals during the holidays becomes increasingly difficult. Thankfully, there are a few simple things that…

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Our Environmental and Social Sustainability Efforts – Fitness Article

Our Environmental and Social Sustainability Efforts At Runtastic, our vision is “Through sports we have the power to change lives.” This means that we aim to help others live a more conscientious lifestyle and encourage ourselves to make the world a better place on a small and large scale. We’re definitely no strangers to committing to a cause we care about. But how do we do that? First, we use the power of digital to show our commitment to change…

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The First 2 Hours of Your Morning – Calisthenics Fitness Article

The First 2 Hours of Your Morning The fate of your day rests on how you spend the first two hours of your morning.We pride ourselves on being able to work hard, sacrifice when needed and “life hack” our way into a productive existence. We embark on ventures such as starting a business, losing weight (to sculpt that elusive dream body) or even learning a new skill to add to our repertoire.Poorly setting up your morning will inhibit the effective realizations of the above objectives.Does…

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December 2019 | REBOOT | Lacey Stone Fitness – Fitness Article

December 2019 | REBOOT | Lacey Stone Fitness Let’s end 2019 with an epic REBOOT!!!  Local-to-LA REBOOT camp includes: 6 team bootcamp workouts, 2 weeks of fresh lean Klean food delivery, plus 7 cardio/indoor cycling classes, 1 rest day, 1 double, and 1 team spin ride. Start Dates: Meal delivery begins (and potential rest day OR spin class): Monday, December 2nd Bootcamp starts: Tuesday, December 3rd 3 bootcamps per week for 2 weeks FIRST WEEK (Days & Times) Tuesday      …

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Every Little Bit Counts | Sustainability Tips – Pilates Fitness Article

Every Little Bit Counts | Sustainability Tips I’m definitely not a sustainability expert or the best eco warrior out there but it’s hard not to ignore that we are heading towards an environmental crisis point. I am making changes and becoming a more conscious consumer and as cliche as it might sound we need to be the change we want to see in the world. If we can’t positively make change holding onto the hope that every little bit counts…

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The Many Faces of Motherhood – Fitness Article

The Many Faces of Motherhood   Today is Mother’s Day, and it’s making me think a little bit about motherhood, specifically how it can show up in so many different ways.   In the past year alone:   I’ve coached and trained several rockstar mommas who amaze me with how they navigate taking care of their families while also prioritizing their own wellness.   I’ve watched some women struggle with their self-worth after becoming moms, and I’ve seen other women…

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Polestar Pilates Mentor highlight : Becky A’Hearne – Pilates Fitness Article

Polestar Pilates Mentor highlight : Becky A’Hearne Meet Becky A’Hearne: Mat and Comprehensive Polestar practitioner, Mentor for Polestar Pilates UK and Franklin Method®️ Spine Educator. Teaching in Cirencester, The Cotswolds, UK and Bristol, UK In your own words – describe “the Spirit of Polestar” BA: Inclusive, open minded and flexible. What Three Words come to mind when you think of “Polestar Pilates” PossibilitiesEvolvingCommunityWhat do you love about teaching Pilates and owning a Studio? Where did you take your Training and…

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Corporate Wellness | Lacey Stone Fitness – Fitness Article

Corporate Wellness | Lacey Stone Fitness Corporate Wellness | Lacey Stone Fitness Did you know that your version of Internet Explorer is out of date?To get the best possible experience using our website we recommend downloading one of the browsers below. Internet Explorer 10, Firefox, Chrome, or Safari. Corporate Wellness Creator of the Stone Method, the Comeback Camps, and star of E!’s Revenge Body with Khloe Kardashian, Lacey Stone is one of the nation’s most sought- after trainers. Her signature…

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Take Your Broken Heart and Make It Into Art… Maybe – Fitness Article

Take Your Broken Heart and Make It Into Art… Maybe The wise Nora Ephron once said everything is copy. Life, and often times the hard parts of life, can give us a spark of inspiration. For Nora Ephron it certainly seemed to be true, she transformed her divorce into a work of fiction in her book Heartburn. As I’ve been navigating this break-up, I’ve also been harboring this odd guilt. Why am I not compelled to write more? Why am I not…

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Mistakes to Avoid After Working Out – Workout Fitness Article

Mistakes to Avoid After Working Out What do you do after you finish working out? Do you go home and kick up your feet for the rest of the day and call it a day? Do you stock up on a ton of protein and carbs in order to recover the energy that you spent? The chances are that you are doing something wrong. Here are common mistakes to avoid after working out, from HiDow International.Forgetting to Do a Post-workout…

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Why Active Rest Is Essential—And How to Get It – Fitness Article

Why Active Rest Is Essential—And How to Get It You’ll be happy to learn that rest days are an essential part of your fitness journey. That’s right! Get rid of the guilt you have for not hitting the gym seven days a week. But if you think rest days are for laying completely perpendicular on the couch, think again. Taking a recovery day doesn’t always mean doing absolutely nothing. It’s time to start incorporating active rest days into your workout…

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15 Journaling Prompts to Help You Cultivate an Attitude of Gratitude – Fitness Article

15 Journaling Prompts to Help You Cultivate an Attitude of Gratitude I recently asked my social media communities what they were most looking forward to in November, and a lot of people told me they were really excited about Thanksgiving and an entire month focused on gratitude. I love this, and while I think it’s important to practice and focus on gratitude year round, it never hurts to use Thanksgiving around the corner as a little reminder to give our…

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Blog Hiatus – Daily Updates on Instagram – Running Fitness Article

Blog Hiatus – Daily Updates on Instagram Hi guys! As you have probably noticed I haven’t had much time to blog recently. I have been trying to update my Instagram Stories a lot more throughout the day, although admittedly it’s just a lot of me and Cecil sitting at my desk :). There is an on-going saga about Cecil and a laptop stand. If you know you know, if not follow @KristinaRunning for future exciting sagas like this 😀 Training …

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Tips for Staying Healthy While Traveling – Fitness Article

Tips for Staying Healthy While Traveling It’s that time of year again! The holiday season is quickly approaching and you may be preparing for holiday travel. Whether it be to reconnect with family and friends or to take a much-needed vacation, we all deserve a break. But travel can take a toll on your health if you’re not careful. We have compiled several tips to get the most out of your travel plans while keeping up with your physical and…

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Staying Active: Advice for Seniors Seeking a Healthy and Rewarding Lifestyle – Fitness Article

Staying Active: Advice for Seniors Seeking a Healthy and Rewarding Lifestyle According to the Department of Health and Human Services, nearly 20 percent of the total population will be in the 65-and-over age bracket by 2030. That means Americans are living longer, and they’re living healthier as they age. It’s certainly a heartening trend, but older adults must be well-positioned to take advantage of a longer, more robust lifespan than their parents enjoyed. That means taking control of your physical…

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INTRODUCING: Lacey Stone Fitness’s ONEder Women – Fitness Article

INTRODUCING: Lacey Stone Fitness’s ONEder Women INTRODUCING: Lacey Stone Fitness’s ONEder Women | Lacey Stone Fitness Did you know that your version of Internet Explorer is out of date?To get the best possible experience using our website we recommend downloading one of the browsers below. Internet Explorer 10, Firefox, Chrome, or Safari. INTRODUCING: Lacey Stone Fitness’s ONEder Women Hey there, Stone Squad! As I know you know, my passion is bringing fitness and wellness to people everywhere! In my Comeback…

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Currently Loving: Dainty Gold Earrings from Mejuri – Fitness Article

Currently Loving: Dainty Gold Earrings from Mejuri I am currently OBSESSED with Mejuri’s adorable gold earrings. I’ve been on an all gold jewelry kick for a few years now. If you’re also into all the gold but don’t want to pay a stupid amount for a pair of gold hoops, I cannot recommend Mejuri enough. Image via Mejuri The NYC Mejuri Showroom I went to the showroom in Soho looking for two pairs of hoops to wear every day in…

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Tap Tap, Is This Thing On? – Running Fitness Article

Tap Tap, Is This Thing On? Hey there, long time no see! I just wanted to pop in and let you know that I am re-launching the blog on Friday, February 1st! My new posting schedule will (probably be): new blog posts every Monday and Wednesday and new vlogs every Thursday and Saturday. Taking a short break over the holidays was nice. Adam and I celebrated with family, went to Vegas and then returned to work feeling refreshed. It’s been…

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How to Be Fit Daily – Workout Fitness Article

How to Be Fit Daily When the weather cools down as the season changes and fall creeps in, it can be easy to lose sight of your fitness goals. This, coupled with the warm and comfortable food that comes with thanksgiving, calls for the need to stay fit daily. At HiDow international, we believe that staying active daily is a great way to keep fit and prevent reaggravating injuries while you’re at it. Try these tips for how to fit…

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Running After 50 – Running Fitness Article

Responding Well to Life’s Inevitable Changes If you’re reading this, you’re aging. Like it or not, none of us can pass on that hand. And, as long as you HAVE to age, do whatever you can, to do it well. The main theme driving a lot of “graceful aging” programs involves choosing to create a good quality of life for as long as you can.  In my early forties, I started running ultras. My crazy thirties were behind me and…

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3 Reformer Pilates studios you need to try – Fitness Article

Anyone else noticed that reformer Pilates studios are popping up about the place more frequently than babies in your Facebook feed recently? Don’t get me wrong, I L O V E reformer, but it can be hard to know which studios are the real deal, and which you’d be better off steering clear of. Well never fear, today I bring you three Reformer Pilates studios in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney that you need to try. VIVE ACTIVE // Double…

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Holly Raeside’s Fitness Journey – Womens Fitness Club – Fitness Article

Feeling good is at the heart of maintaining a healthy lifestyle for 28-year-old Holly Raeside, who first joined Womens Fitness Pickering at the age of 14. In her time at WFCC, Holly has uncovered everything from a passion for spin to meaningful connections with her fellow gym buddies and personal trainer, Amreen. We had the pleasure of sitting down with her to learn more about her fitness journey and experience at WFCC.   The spark that started it all “I used to…

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Dynamic Warm-ups to Avoid Injuries During Autumn – Workout Fitness Article

Just because the weather cools down and delicious pumpkin-spiced everything comes back, doesn’t mean that the grind ever stops. Working out and staying fit should be a part of our daily routines. This is especially true when soccer, football, and basketball come back in full effect. At HiDow, we understand that injuries happen, but we want to help you steer clear of injuries that result from exercising “cold.” Before you take off at full speed though, it’s important to remember…

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Breaking Up is Hard To Do – Fitness Article

Breaking Up is Hard To Do Sooooo, the breakup. Over the last month, I’ve been thinking a lot about how to talk about this (or simply not) on the blog and social media. On the one hand: I know I don’t owe it to anyone to share ALL the details of my personal life. But on the other hand: It’s hard to talk about my life and not address this major shift. Jeremy and I started dating before this blog or my…

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How to Train Your Brain to Crave the Gym – Workout Fitness Article

Regular exercise can be a game-changer. Working out can help improve your mood, lower stress, and even help curb anxiety and depression. But getting out and exercising may not always be the easiest or most appealing task, but like anything else, it takes some discipline even on your worst days. Try these HiDow tips for how to train your brain to crave the gym. Practice Makes Habit The most important thing to remember about getting into any routine is that…

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Millennials and Stress | Commoncelebrity – Fitness Article

Its no more about the salary cheques, a job is about meaningful work and Substance. It took a lot of effort for Millennials to become stressed, lonely and slaves of debt. And if timing, they say is everything in life, millennials are jinxed.  The term work-life balance and stress are at the helm when spoken about careers in the last decade. This is largely due to the dominating presence of millennials in the workforce, a workforce that wishes to be…

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I came to say hello – Fitness Article

Hello dear! How are you  doing? Have you missed me? I know I haven’t written in a while. My new adventure has had me busy and I have needed some time to make adjustments and get used to this new stage of my life. Although the journalists and the magazines editors are very kind to me and make my work simple, I cannot help feeling the responsibility of giving my best to their readers (millions, literally). So I have also…

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Chi for Maximum Brain Health – Running Fitness Article

Chi for Maximum Brain Health Written by: Katherine Dreyer, Co-founder of ChiRunning, ChiWalking & ChiLiving In our last visit to AARP (American Association of Retired Persons), where we have taught running and walking to the staff for years, we met with their new group whose focus is on Brain Health.  “Brain health is the new heart health,” we were told. “And what we’ve learned is that the best way to improve your brain’s health and functioning is for you to…

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5 Health Benefits of Eating Pumpkins – Workout Fitness Article

5 Health Benefits of Eating Pumpkins Fall is a wonderful time that comes with cool weather, shorter days, and yes, seasonal pumpkin treats. Pumpkins aren’t just great Halloween decorations or pie-toppings, pumpkins are a fantastic source of nutrients that can bring incredible health benefits. HiDow has put together a festive list of 5 health benefits of eating pumpkins for all of your fall recipes.#1 Keep Your Eyes SharpPumpkins are packed with vitamin A, which can help improve your vision. One…

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