Beating the Holiday Blues

By Dr. Richard Nathanson … Many people associate the upcoming weeks –and the extra stress of the holidays– with a change in mood. The increased demands from work and family can sometimes take a toll. It’s particularly important during periods of stress to attend to your mental health as well as your physical health. Typically, […]

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Do It Because You Can

By Jimmy Everett … I always thought I needed to have a goal for working out. I figured I would just stop doing it if I didn’t have one. I also feared the day I would get lazy, and end up a 50ish guy with a beer belly and no desire to change. However, I’m finding […]

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Fitness Fads

by Antonio Sini … Fads…they come and go quicker than a late-night infomercial. This is especially true when it comes to health and fitness. Anybody remember Tae-Bo? Some fads are just silly–take for example the butt-toning shoes that Sketchers promoted in early 2000. (That didn’t end well for them.) And some fitness fads can be […]

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Beating the Late Summer Workout Blues

By Christina Perinhas … We have all been there. It’s the middle of August, it’s hot, and we fall into that workout slump. It’s like pulling teeth just to get to the gym door or to get outside for a run. Let’s face reality: physical activity is in constant competition with everything else in our […]

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