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Your Complete Guide to the Kettlebell Swing

Kettlebells are unique because of their ability to produce ballistic movements more easily than dumbbells or barbells. Ballistic movements are movements that produce maximum velocity and acceleration over the shortest amount of time. Every muscle of the body is working during a kettlebell swing, which leads to quicker overall body toning. Barbells also produce ballistic …

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Prescriptive Fitness: Reversing Chronic Disease

Health practitioners are increasingly prescribing exercise, or prescriptive fitness, as a regiment to combat chronic disease. Prescriptive fitness is an alternative modality to medications to improve your overall health and well-being and mitigate problems of chronic illnesses. Deciphering how to exercise safely and efficiently in order to reduce the risk of heart disease, certain types …

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Getting in Shape without Physical Trauma and Psychological Drama

Returning to exercise after a long stint of inactivity can be very exciting, but it can also be very damaging as well. Many people tend to go way too hard in their first sessions, causing them to feel overwhelmed during the workout and feeling sore for several days after. Especially in your first few workouts, it’s …

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Stay Fit and Festive with 4 Simple Tips for Eating Healthy at Holiday Parties

Have yourself a merry — and fit — little Christmas with these 4 Simple Tips for Eating Healthy at Holiday Parties. Sensible Habits Many well-meaning fitness enthusiasts try to “save up calories” by eating little or no food leading up to a gathering. This trick is actually a lump of coal in disguise. Starving prior to a party …

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Veterans Managing PTSD Benefit from Fitness and Personal Training

“A 2016 study in behavioral cardiology establishes a strong link between post-traumatic stress disorder and an increased risk for cardiovascular diseases and deaths,” according to the American Journal of Managed Care. Besides improving your overall health and preventing cardiovascular disease, exercise linked with personal training has additional wellness and symptoms relief benefits that will provide encouragement …

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