Category Archive: FitTips

Jul 11

Fun and Fitness at Home – The Alternative to Gym Membership

  While being a member of a gym is an excellent way of getting yourself into shape, there are a number of reasons why this is not always the best option for everyone. Rising costs, the inconvenience of travel and the need for privacy can all play their part in putting people off a trip …

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Apr 07

No Pain, No Gain? Sore Muscles Explained!

Today we have a special guest post by Cat Smiley   Anyone who has trained hard understands the intense ‘after-math’ that hits your muscles during the initial stages of working out, or adapting to a new level of training. For the first few days/weeks, if you are training hard there will be an extreme level …

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Mar 14

How 20 pounds are keeping you from living the life of your dreams

A guest post by the author of Curly Girl Fit Life The constant pursuit of weight loss is keeping you from connecting with your passion & your purpose. In a nutshell, trying to be thin has prevented you from living your BEST life.   There, I said it.   I know that some people may …

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Feb 21

Build a Sexy Booty with the Ultimate Booty Workouts Book (Review)

I think just about all women desire to have a high, tight, round and firm booty. Those of us who were not blessed with fullness in this area do hundreds of squats to build and shape them. But there are other reasons to work out that booty. Did you know your glutes are the largest …

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Dec 31

7 Day Reset

The holidays are almost over and although I had lots of fun I am ready to get back to my regular routine and eating schedule! Beginning Jan 2, 2014, I’m going to do a 7 Day Reset and you are welcome to join! Also, Thursday I will be posting a giveaway for the challenge!   …

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Nov 19

Can Exercise Prevent Sitting Disease? I’m fighting it with a Varidesk

My grandmother used to like to tell me, “Back in the day, we had to walk to school”; “barefoot and in the snow”, I would add playfully. But the truth is, “back in the day” they didn’t sit as much as we do now. My grandmother lived to be 95 years old, and was still …

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