Posts Categorized: Health Tips

Indoor Cycling, Mindfulness & Facing Fears

Indoor Cycling, Mindfulness, & Facing FearsI’ll never forget my first spin class. I was in my early thirties and complained to a friend
of having low energy and just not feeling great in my skin. My friend invited me to take a
spin class with her. I’d never heard of spin but thought, how hard can riding a bike be?
Turns out, hard.

I don’t know how I made it through that first class. Because spin bikes
are stationary, it’s possible to pedal a great deal faster than you would on an outdoor
bike. At one point the instructor cued us to stand up as we pedaled — and even though
I’d done it hundreds of times on my bike as a kid — nope. Couldn’t do it. I was so
annoyed with myself that I came back a few days later to try again. And that is the
beginning of the story of how spin changed my life.

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It’s Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner!

The “Kitchen Sink Frittata”…

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Megan Benedict- Owner of Fit Kitchen Direct!

It’s time for another blog about another awesome lady biz owner!  Meet Megan Benedict, owner of Fit Kitchen Direct, a company that will bring healthy prepared meals right to your front door!  There are TONS of options for all types of eaters and all they taste great!  I received 2 weeks worth and LOVED IT. It’s so nice to not have to think about my lunch, especially knowing that what I will get will be healthy and balanced.  Check out her menus here.

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Meet Aubree Benson PT, DPT, Clinic Director of Therapeutic Associates

 

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What’s Up with Intermitted Fasting?  Should You Try it?

Intermitted Fasting is a hot trend right now in the fitness and nutrition world.  People are using to to reduce body fat, increase strength, promote better sleep, and to improve overall health.  Is it true or just another fitness fad?

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What’s the Deal with Salt?

I get a lot of questions about salt.  With all the information that is hitting us at every waking moment, it can get a little confusing.  There has been a lot of controversy and differing opinions from both the medical and fitness communities.  

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