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Gathered #3

I’m back from vacation and wanted to share some of the articles I’ve been enjoying.  Enjoy! And comment! 24 Fun Family Physical Fitness Ideas Winter will soon be here, and while I encourage you to go outside everyday no matter … Continue reading

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Afraid to Move

Collectively and individually, if we want to move towards fitness and wellness, we need to stop being afraid to move. Culturally, Americans are so risk averse that we label everything with warnings and choose “safe” sedentary activities (which obviously come with a … Continue reading

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Drop it like it’s hot

Squat!  Squatting is a fundamental movement pattern of humans.  It isn’t just the latest fitness craze.  Yes, it will give you a better booty.  And stronger legs.  And more flexibility.  (And with time it may even help pelvic floor issues, gals! … Continue reading

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I would walk 500 miles…

Well maybe not THAT many! (Sorry that very annoying song is now stuck in your head). But I would love to walk at least 5 miles a day…and I was many of the days that my older two were at … Continue reading

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Walk Like a (Hu)man

So if I took a rest from running, what have I been doing?  Walking.  And walking.  And walking some more.  I haven’t walked so much since my college semester abroad.  I walk for exercise, I walk my errands, I walk … Continue reading

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