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Weight Loss Programs Don’t Have to be Annoying

Many people feel that losing weight and participating in weight loss programs has to be difficult, complicated and annoying. The good news is that isn’t the case! You can take part in weight loss programs, lose weight and feel good about yourself all without having to deal with unnecessary stress and hassle. How? Here are [...]

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Strength Training Tips For Everyone

Strength training is an important part of any fitness program. It doesn’t have to be intimidating or scary and it’s not just for “jocks” who want to bulk up. Strength training is beneficial for everyone. Here are a few strength training tips that make it easier, more convenient and even – yes – more fun! [...]

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Personal Training for Women: Tips to Help You Out

When it comes to personal training for women, it can often be tough to figure out how to start. This is especially true if you don’t have a history of working out. But, even if you’re just starting out, personal training for women doesn’t need to be complicated, confusing or expensive. It doesn’t need to take [...]

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Injury Rehabilitation Programs for Everyone

If you’ve been injured, it can be tough and even scary to start with injury rehabilitation programs. You may worry about re-injuring yourself or causing yourself additional pain. This makes sense and, for this reason, it’s important to get a full medical diagnosis before beginning any injury rehabilitation programs. You need to be accurately diagnosed [...]

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Weight Loss Programs for a Healthy Heart

February is Heart Month. Recently we mentioned how heart disease and stroke and two of the leading causes of death in Canada. Being overweight or obese are major risk factors for heart disease and stroke. Maintaining a healthy body weight can also help control conditions such as high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol and diabetes. [...]

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Cardiovascular Fitness Training for Heart Health

February is Heart Month. Unfortunately, heart disease and stroke are two of the three leading causes of death in Canada. In Canada, someone dies from heart disease or stroke every seven minutes. 90% of Canadians have at least one risk factor that makes heart disease or stroke more likely. Thankfully though, there are things that [...]

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Seniors Fitness Ideas

Staying active even as you age is very important. There are a number of benefits to seniors fitness. While some seniors worry that physical exercise will be too difficult or potentially cause harm, the opposite is actually true. Seniors fitness programs are an excellent idea for just about everyone, regardless of your age. Exercise and [...]

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Personal Training for Women: Starting 2014 off right!

The new year is here and, for many people, that means getting back into shape after a holiday season filled with snacks, meals and sitting around. Many people make New Year’s Resolutions to lose weight or to get into shape and the start of the new year is a great time to decide to be [...]

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Plus Size Fitness Programs: Tips

Plus Size Fitness Programs: Tips for Staying in Shape If you’re larger in size, you may find it difficult or uncomfortable to exercise. However, that doesn’t have to be the case. Here are a few tips for plus size fitness programs that will keep you active and feeling great. Make sure you do exercises that [...]

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Seniors Fitness Tips

A sedentary lifestyle is unhealthy for people of all ages. Just because you’re older, it doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t exercise. Regular exercise ensures that your body stays strong so that you can continue to live the life that you’d like to live. It also prevents loss of bone mass and improves balance. In fact, [...]

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