5 Weeks to 5k Training Program

Warmer weather has got a lot of our clients out running, training, and enjoying their time exercising outdoors. Just this week our clients at BD Medical ran their first company race of the year by putting together teams of 3, training, and preparing for a relay version

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Guidelines for Healthier Meetings

Are you one of those employees who spends a large portion of your day sitting in long meetings? While there are many studies out there, on average, American’s spend about 50% of their work day in meetings and about 90% of their total day sitting down. There

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Healthy Holiday Dishes

On December 23, 2016 /   Uncategorized, Blog Post, nutrition

Try one of these Healthy Side Dishes at your Next Holiday Party Grilled Chicken Couscous salad 1 1/2 cup uncooked couscous 1 1/2 cups water 2-3 cups of spinach or kale torn into pieces 1 lb skinless chicken breast 2 Tbs extra virgin

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Mindful Eating Throughout the Holidays

On December 16, 2016 /   Uncategorized, Blog Post

Our society does a lot of mindless eating, especially during stressful times of the year such as Christmas! Between to-do lists, Christmas shopping, house cleaning, feeding family, shoveling snow, and juggling life, snacking mindlessly for hours and hours becomes a bad habit that we use to help

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Sleep Your Way to Better Health

Health Benefits of Sleep Sleep improves memory. Your mind is busy while you sleep. During this time you can strengthen memories or "practice" skills learned when you were awake. For best results, practice new skills or study an hour before you go to bed. Sleep helps you

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Pumpkin Perfection

Fall is in the air. Cinnamon and pumpkin are filling kitchens and finding their way into yummy foods that can be tempting. Pumpkin can be used in salads, soups, breads, desserts, and even as a substitute for butter in baking. Pumpkin contains many micronutrients that are essential to the

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Sugar Shock-What is that Candy doing to you?

On October 6, 2016 /   Uncategorized

With Halloween right around the corner, so comes Halloween candy. It towers the aisles at the grocery store, comes home in your child’s backpack and stares at you all day in the office.  It may not seem like a big deal to grab a few fun size treats throughout the day, but what is all that sugar […]

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Sticking to Your Health Routine When Traveling

With the holiday season quickly approaching, people are starting to get their travel plans in place. While traveling can be a lot of fun and it’s good to spend the holidays with family, friends, and others you love, it’s also important to stay healthy and on top of your game! Since the best way to […]

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Finding the Cardiovascular Balance for Weight Loss

On September 19, 2016 /   Uncategorized, physical activity

There is a misconception about fat loss.  A lot of people think that if you starve yourself and do 2 to 3 hours of cardiovascular exercise each day, the fat will just melt off.  But performing too much cardio can do just the opposite if you aren’t careful.  Knowing just how much exercise is right […]

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Stand up for a Healthier You

On September 4, 2016 /   Uncategorized

There is an epidemic sweeping the nation, causing chronic pain, obesity and eventual death. Researchers say it may take more lives than cigarettes. Chances are you suffer from it too.   It is called the Sitting Disease.   Between work, driving, watching television and sleeping, Americans today

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