Category: exercise

2021 Reset

If there’s one thing that 2020 taught us, it’s the importance of overall health. Most people gain a bit of weight during the holidays and add in a global pandemic and a lockdown with people eating more and participating in less physical activity, it’s easy to see why people might be ready for a reset…

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Ramp Up Your Fitness to Finish the Year Strong and Healthy

We are entering the last quarter of 2020 so as we wind down the year, it’s a great opportunity to reflect on the last nine months. Recap It’s a great drill to grab a piece of paper and answer the following questions: What are the highlights of the last nine months? What were the struggles…

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Fifty & Fit

Having recently turned 50 years old, it reminded me how important it is for all menopausal women to understand what’s going on in our bodies and do what we can to prevent, reverse or minimize any negative symptoms. It’s also important to note that the entire process can take up to 20 years for some…

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20/20/20 Challenge

It is disheartening that only 5% of Americans get 30 minutes of exercise every day. That means 95% of us are not getting enough exercise to ward off obesity and other health issues. So on August 20, 2020, after seeing all those 20s, we were inspired to start a 20/20/20 challenge at our NW Personal…

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Where’s The Disconnect? We All Know We Should Be Exercising But Don’t…

The evidence is clear and conclusive. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), chronic diseases, such as heart disease, stroke and cancer, are among the most common and often preventable of all health problems in the United States. Each year, chronic diseases cause 7 of 10 deaths among…

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Are Masks Safe During Exercise?

Since both Governor Inslee and Governor Brown have mandated masks to be worn in all indoor, public locations to help stop the spread of Covid-19, many are concerned with whether there are any safety risks associated with exercising with a mask on. Since many academic institutions are currently closed, large scale experiments are not feasible…

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Getting Back to Workouts

When gyms closed due to COVID-19, many exercise enthusiasts got out of their normal workout routine. Now that gyms are reopening, many people are struggling to get back at it. First, remind yourself that your health is extremely important, now more than ever! You need your physical strength, mental health, stress release and a strong…

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Are You Ready For Your Gym To Reopen?

Now that Clark County is in Phase 2, many smaller, boutique-styles fitness and training facilities are open or are preparing to reopen. Larger fitness facilities will be allowed to open when we transition into Phase 3. Exercise enthusiasts are now faced with a decision. Some are more than ready for their favorite gym to open,…

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