What I’m Loving This Month: June 2016 – Celebrating Progress

Three months ago tonight, I found myself hobbling to a cab in a ball gown and pair of Yves Saint Laurent platform pumps uttering the words: I think I broke my foot. A few hours later, it was confirmed, I was in increasing amounts of pain, and figured I'd be off my foot for a …

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Finding what’s right for you: Why I didn’t like “My Diet is Better Than Yours” 

I've long admitted to being addicted to TV. It's been a good friend to me since I was a kid, and quite honestly, I could never give it up. I have changed how I watch, though. For example, I will only allow myself to watch The Biggest Loser if I'm working out, and I save …

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Strength Training – It’s Not about Bulking Up

Strength. It's such a loaded word, but for today, we're talking physical strength. For many people, strength training is a scary thing. It brings forth memories of Arnold Schwarzenegger pre-Governator. Strength training, as every injured athlete has probably learned from their PT, is critical to staying healthy and injury free. It can help ward off …

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Holiday Survival Guide – Finding Ways to avoid the Holiday Gain

The holidays are synonymous with overeating, over indulging, and just generally overdoing it. Between sweets around the office, holiday parties, big dinners filled with family and laughter, and the fact that there seems to be less than 24 hours in each day in December, it's easy to find yourself gaining weight over the holidays. The …

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