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How To Fit In Fitness When You’re Busy

I get it. You’re busy.  We’re all busy. It seems our days are jam-packed from start to finish.  So much so that, while using circus-like juggling skills to navigate our days successfully, some of our loftier goals, particularly those involving exercise, tend to be the proverbial ball that gets dropped.    I read an interview…

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A Holistic Approach to Sports Performance

It’s not uncommon while watching world-class athletes glide effortlessly across fields, courts, tracks, and rinks, to wonder what it would take for us to do the same. As we know, these performances are far from effortless, and are the result of years of hard work in the field of play, as well as in the…

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Pilates: to Achieve Total Fitness

The system of strengthening and stretching exercises to develop the body’s core, mobilize the spine and build flexibility, developed by Joseph Pilates is in demand. Joseph Pilates’ believed that “the mind moves the body” and therefore all Pilates exercise begin with proper alignment before movement. What is most important is to become aware of your body , so even if you…

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Staying Motivated with Your Fitness Goals

How many times have you begun a fitness regimen only to quit a couple of days later? If it’s more than one, you’re not alone. Quite a few people begin regimens only to quit when they begin to get bored with it, the results don’t happen fast enough, or they don’t find it enjoyable. For…

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Dancing Away Parkinson’s Disease Symptoms

Studies have shown that, on average, men tend to be affected earlier in life by PD and suffer a more severe course of illness than women. Furthermore, the symptoms of this condition seem to vary according to the sex of the patient. Another key aspect to be noted,  Estrogen plays a role in delaying or preventing age-related cognitive…

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Post-Easter Workout To Burn All Those Extra Calories

Easter celebrations are just around the corner and since its time for some serious binging, we at Tips For Healthy Living thought about bringing to you a great post-Easter Workout! 1. Rope Jumping Rope jumping is exciting, challenges your coordination, and requires a lot of energy. A 150 lbs person will burn about 350 calories…

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Ninja Workout: Why It Is One Of The Biggest Fitness Trends Of 2019?

Real ninja training comes from three ancient ninja scrolls: the Shoninki, the Ninpiden, and the Bansenshukai. These have been translated into English and deal almost exclusively with the use of tools, herbal concoctions, psychological warfare, explosives, disguise, and stealth. Real ninja training also includes lessons on how to move silently.  Ninja trainees adapt to any…

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Exercising After Surgery: Everything You Need To Know

For those of us that are fans of exercise, having to put the brakes on our routine for surgery can be frustrating. Depending on the surgery you’ve had, you could be off your feet for anything from a few days to a few months, with recommendations to avoid any ‘strenuous’ activity while you recover. Whether…

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4 Ways to Help You be the Best, You Can Be

Being a woman means many things. You’re a daughter, a wife, a mother, a best friend, an employee, a cook, and a caregiver all rolled into one neat package. While being all of these things is important, the one thing you shouldn’t forget in the midst of it all is how to be you. Many…

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Resolution Reset

Do you remember the resolutions you made in January? If you’re like most people, you probably vowed to eat better, get more exercise – and maybe floss more often.  So, you’re almost two months in – how’s it going? Have you already reverted to your old habits? Well, you’re not alone. With nearly 80% of resolutions failing by…

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4 Growing Fitness Trends to Help You Live Fit and Have Fun!

Who says staying fit has to be miserable? If there’s one thing that modern women don’t have time for, it’s another chore. Between growing a career, raising a family, and keeping up with social circles, we don’t have time to commit to something that isn’t engaging and isn’t beneficial. Fortunately, fitness has evolved to meet…

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How Can I Minimize Endometriosis Risk?

Endometriosis is common among women in their 30s and 40s. The women at highest risk include those who have not had children; whose menstrual cycles last longer than seven days; or who have a mother, sister, or aunt with the condition. Although there is no sure-shot way to prevent endometriosis, here are certain steps to…

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