Tips

Make It a Game: Tips to Get Up and Moving

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We are thrilled to have guest writer, Christie Insley, sharing what she does to get up and moving during her long day of sitting at the office and how she burns some extra calories at home. Christie suffered from anorexia as a teenager, but fully recovered and is now focused on just living a …
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6 Tips to Get Organized for a Healthier You in the New Year

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The following get-organized tips are sponsored by eBay. For our sponsored post policy, click here. Looking for a great New Year's resolution that isn't the same ol' "lose weight" or "eat better"? How about something really specific that'll help you to do both of those things naturally? By picking …
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10 Steps to Win at Fitness in Your 20s

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We are thrilled to have guest writer, Colleen Mita, filling us in on how to win at fitness in your 20s! Colleen is 25 and lives in the Philadelphia area. She graduated from Dartmouth College in 2011 and played on the women’s varsity volleyball team while she was there, in addition to being a sister …
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Tips for the Perfect Push-Up

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We are thrilled to have guest blogger Kris Goldman today to share her awesome tips for the classic, much-loved push-up! Kris is a certified personal rrainer (NESTA) coaching at Pure Austin Fitness in Austin, Texas. She believes in training the whole person --- mind and body --- in order to help …
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The Importance of Strength (Training) for Women

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We are thrilled to have guest blogger, Leanne Sheer, co-founder of Uplife Studios, sharing some awesome advice! Leanne is the author of The Perfect Manhattan and Cocktail Therapy: The Perfect Prescription for Life’s Many Crises, published in 2007. Her writing has also been featured in The …
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Does Practice Make Perfect? How I Became a Runner

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We are thrilled to have guest blogger, Brynn Guster, certified holistic health coach and healthy lifestyle blogger, figure skater and mom-to-be, shares her story and tips on how she became a runner. Although she shares health tips and general views of life, Brynn believes in bio-individuality and …
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The Fitness Mind Game: How to Turn Mental Roadblocks into Mental Toughness

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We are thrilled to have guest blogger, Lindsey Banks, founder of Fit Life Pursuits, filling us in on how to overcome mental roadbloacks, which we all have! Fit Life Pursuits is a site that will help you to find a fitness routine that works for you, while working a full-time job, or running a …
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The Best Thing I Did This Year Is Only Two Letters Long

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No. Nope. Nuh-uh. That's it. That was my big, huge, ground-shifting, life-changing revelation this year. 2014 was the year of learning to say no ... and mean it. Don't misunderstand --- I don't say no to everything, all the time. Far from it, actually --- case in point here! But this tiny …
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Workout I Did: Balance Workout

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It's nice to have workouts so good that you're left totally spent and dripping with sweat. But it's also nice to have workouts that are more relaxing and that leave you refreshed. This one is the latter. It's one of the workouts in the balance chapter of our Anti-Diet book, and it's a workout you …
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