Category: healthy

Healthy Halloween

Halloween launches the holiday weight gain season but it doesn’t have to be that way.  You CAN have a healthy Halloween! It’s easy to be tempted by candy, treats, parties, dinners but if you’re proactive, you can maintain your fitness routine and healthy physique for the next 2 months and eliminate the need to start from…

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Latest & Greatest Fitness Tips Hot Off the Press – First of 2 Part Series

I just attended the International Personal Training Summit in Seattle and wanted to share with you some of the highlights from the event.  I hope that at least one tip will resonate with you and inspire you to reach for your Personal Best. Dr. Len Kravitz on Exercise Conditioning: The biggest difference been sedentary couch…

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Exercises for soccer players

Soccer players are amazing athletes possessing exceptional speed, agility and kicking, jumping and throwing power. The following drills will enhance performance in all components of the game.  Click on the link below for photos and descriptions of all exercises. http://www.columbian.com/news/2012/may/07/exercises-to-help-soccer-players-enhance-their-ski/    …

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Exercises for baseball players

Baseball, a favorite American summer activity for kids and adults, requires speed, throwing power and batting strength. Click on the link below to learn exercises to enhance performance and minimize injury. http://www.columbian.com/news/2012/apr/30/baseball-conditioning-aids-game-cuts-aches/ Yours in health and fitness, Sherri…

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Join me at the pool?

Heading down to your local community pool for a relaxing swim is an activity that many look forward to. But if want to swim with more strength and greater efficiency and avoid feeling like you’re about to drown, click on the link below for some exercises to improve your swimming performance. http://www.columbian.com/news/2012/apr/23/eager-to-hit-the-pool-these-exercises-are-good-pre/ Yours in health…

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Are you inline?

Many people are nervous initially to in-line skate because of a fear of falling. But if you spend some time working on your balance, you can feel confident strapping on a pair of skates and cruising to an awesome workout for your hips and thighs. Get your leg and buttock muscles conditioned beforehand, and you’ll…

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Take a Hike!

There’s nothing like fresh mountain air and beautiful terrain. But hiking can be hard on your body and knees if you’re not conditioned — especially with the challenging inclines around the Columbia River Gorge, Mount St. Helens and Mount Hood. So try some of the following exercises to get you in tip-top hiking shape. Click…

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Spring Training to Lower your Golf Score

Spring is in the air, and many of us are now realizing summer is on its way. Tennis, cycling, jogging, golfing, in-line skating, baseball, swimming, hiking … I can’t wait! With the longer days, many of us have a renewed sense of energy. So, along with the spring cleaning you may be tackling around the…

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Laws of Success with your exercise and nutrition program

Spring is on the way and the longer days give many people a renewed sense of energy and many will start a spring training program.  But did you know that 70% of people who start an exercise program drop out within the first two to three months?  These are not good odds!  It’s now widely…

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