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6 Ways to Increase Your Activity Without Breaking a Sweat

How many minutes of physical activity do you get each day? If it’s less than 30 minutes, you’re not alone. According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), only 1 in 5 adults meet the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans, which includes 150 minutes a week of moderate-intensity aerobic activity.1

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5 Simple Ways to Exercise at Work

Getting moving during your work day can is a good way to help renew your focus and get your heart pumping! However, if you’re like 80% of the working population, your job is sedentary or requires only very light activity,1 so you know firsthand how difficult it is to get quality physical activity during the workday. What you may not realize is that a lack of movement during work marks a dramatic, and very recent, change in our behavior. As recently as fifty years ago, nearly 50% of jobs were phy
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Activities that Don’t Feel Like Work

The benefits of getting moving are undeniable. Increasing your activity level can aid your heart-health and overall well-being. However, you don’t necessarily have to go for a rigorous walk or break a sweat at a fitness class. In fact, you may be surprised at all the simple opportunities there are in everyday life to get moving. It can be something unassuming, such as dancing in the kitchen or even working in your garden. Check out these six activities that don’t even feel like work.  
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Fun Pool Exercises for Weight Loss

Whether you have a backyard pool or belong to a club, time spent poolside can be very sedentary. While we’re all for relaxing with a good book, pool time is also a great time to sneak in an enjoyable workout! Why exercise in the pool? Water provides more resistance than air, enabling you to move your body with more intensity and greater range of motion with less impact. And of course, water also helps to bear about half of your body weight, reducing strain on muscles and joints.   So,
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Do Plateaus Happen?

You step on the scale. The number is the same–and it’s been the same for days. Despite following your plan, the scale just won’t move in the right direction. It seems like you’ve hit the dreaded weight loss plateau. Members following our program, on average, lose 1-2 lbs per week. Don’t allow yourself to get discouraged and fall back into old habits. Instead, talk to your consultant and check out these ways to get back on track and past the plateau.     Stalled out Being
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Workout Motivation - Overcoming Barriers

Maybe working out isn’t your favorite thing, but at least you’ve learned to appreciate the benefits enough to be active on a regular basis. It’s a part of your lifestyle. Still, day-to-day barriers like time and boredom can block your best intentions.   What’s the solution? Take a moment to write down three of your personal barriers to keeping up with your workout routine, then consider these two approaches: When time is tight, incorporate a few 2-10 minute bursts of activity th
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