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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Dealing With Stress

by Daniel Lucas … The nature of my work, which is running a personal training business and being a holistic lifestyle coach, is one reason why I am usually on the low end of the stress threshold. I love what I do, and I also know a fair amount about taking care of myself. The […]

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Prioritizing Your Fitness

by Antonio Sini … You probably already knew this but prioritizing and finding an extra hour or two for exercise is not as simple of a task as one might think. Whether it’s work, kids or friends, it can sometimes be hard to concentrate on ourselves when so many other people depend on us. The […]

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Cultivating Happiness

by Daniel Lucas … What truly makes you happy? Is it meeting with a good friend? Is it taking a walk in the park, maybe seeing a movie that’s been on your radar? Making the time for activities that make us feel happy is important, but I want to suggest that being happy is different. […]

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Why We Train.

by Keith Paine … For most of us, exercise is a compartmentalized activity. It’s a thing we do 2-3 times a week before work. It’s a chance to focus on ourselves and on the way we want to feel. It’s an opportunity to get back into our bodies and away from the stresses of work […]

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