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Healthy Advent Calendar – Day 4

Welcome to the Healthy Advent Calendar! From December 1st to December 25th, there will be one healthy event to partake in each day. Today is:

100 Abdominal Crunches

(laying on your back on the ground just lifting your upper body slightly until you feel your abs)

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Healthy Advent Calendar – Day 3

Welcome to the Healthy Advent Calendar! From December 1st to December 25th, there will be one healthy event to partake in each day. Today is:

50 Burpees – you can spread them out through the day

(For instructions on Burpees see http://sarasdfitness.com/exercises-you-can-do-anywhere/)

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Healthy Advent Calendar – Day 2

Welcome to the Healthy Advent Calendar! From December 1st to December 25th, there will be one healthy event to partake in each day. Today is:

Eat 4 servings of vegetables

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Healthy Advent Calendar – Day 1

Welcome to the Healthy Advent Calendar! From December 1st to December 25th, there will be one healthy event to partake in each day. Today is:

One minute of Jump Squats (or Squats if jumping isn’t for you)

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Healthy Advent Calendar

Thanksgiving is tomorrow, can you believe it?! The holiday season is challenging because it’s so easy to let your healthy eating and exercise fall to the wayside. To help with this, we will be sharing a HEALTHY advent calendar. From December 1st to December 25th, we will be posting a healthy activity for the day. […]

Thanksgiving with a Healthy POV

Next week is Thanksgiving, a holiday that revolves around rich, heavy, comfort-food. How do we prepare for and survive this holiday?! Ok, it’s not that dramatic… Here’s a helpful statistic to keep in mind: “When National Institutes of Health researchers looked into the oft-repeated claims that most people pack on five or more pounds between Thanksgiving […]

Strength Training Pop Quiz

Reading Women’s Health this month there was a great, one-question pop quiz in the fitness section. Let’s see if you know the answer and the reason behind the answer.

“Pop Quiz!

Which strength training strategy yields the best results from one workout to the next?

A. Doing the same number of reps with the same amount of weight

B. […]

Alcohol And Your Diet

Alcohol… yes, it is something we ingest, so if you drink it, it is a part of your diet. However, most alcoholic beverages (beer, wine, liquor) are NOT required to have a label that lists calories or ingredients. This can be frustrating for anyone (hopefully, everyone) who likes to know what they are putting in […]

Volunteer AND Get Some Exercise

If you are looking for a way to give back and also get a little exercise, you should check out Girls on the Run (GOTR). It is an awesome organization that works with 3rd through 8th grade girls and inspires them to be “joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum […]

Breast Cancer Awareness

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. You may have noticed more pink than normal, even NFL players are wearing pink shoes and gloves. The idea is to remind women how important it is do monthly self-exams. Breast cancer is usually treatable when detected early. The 5-year survival rate is 98%.  (earlydetectionplan.org)

There […]

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