Common workout derailments and how to stay on track

March 17, 2012

This is a guest post by Joe Pawlikowski. Stop me when this sounds familiar: You’re progressing in your workouts, diligently working through every one. You’re enjoying it, and you’re getting into a groove that makes you feel unstoppable. But then something unexpected comes up, and it sets you back considerably. Things return to normal, but […]

How to Get Back Into an Exercise Routine

March 17, 2012

This is a guest post by Marie. New Year’s has come and gone and the resolutions of most people lie abandoned in a ditch or are dusty from lack of use. It’s easy to start strong and then putter out. But there’s no time like NOW (as in, you know, today) to get back into […]

Shooting Off the Calories with Tagging

March 17, 2012
Laser Tag

This is a guest post by Penny Cooper. Laser tag is a military-style game where your aim is to shoot off your opponents. The more points you or your team accumulates, greater the chances of you winning. The guns used are a replica of military weapons the only difference being, they emit infra-red beams instead […]

Dental Health and its Importance for Staying Fit

February 27, 2012
Dental Health

This is a guest post by Matt Miller. The importance of good oral health is not limited to a beautiful smile. It is an essential aspect of your overall well-being. Apart from making you feel and look good, healthy teeth, tongue and lips also play an important role in digestion and several other functions of […]


Exercise Helps More Than Just Your Waistline

February 14, 2012

This is a guest post by Katie Brind’Amour. It is a well-known fact that exercise is good for you. It is essential for weight loss, a trim figure, and being able to fit into a smaller jean size at the department store. And yet somehow, losing weight hasn’t always been enough motivation for me to […]

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Which Bike Trainer To Choose To Stay Fit?

February 5, 2012
Bike Trainer

This is a guest post by Dr. Ron Fritzke. He’s been a while in getting here, but it looks like Old Man Winter has finally arrived for most of the country. The folks in the Pacific Northwest have been hammered with rain and snow for the last few months, but for the rest of us […]

The health benefits of playing golf

January 22, 2012

This is a guest post by Stephanie Creed. When you think of playing golf, the first image that springs to mind is probably of a couple of overweight, middle-aged fellas tottering around a course at a leisurely pace without a care in the world. And while it’s true that it’s a more sedate sport in […]

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New Year Wellness

January 8, 2012
New Year

This is a guest post by Marie. It’s that time of year again – the holidays are soon to wrap up and people around the world are making resolutions for the New Year. Paying more attention to your health and wellness is likely on your list, whether you’re vowing to start a new diet or […]

7 Workout Ideas for Couples

November 27, 2011

This is a guest post by Jaime Castle. If you’re looking for some ideas that will bring you and your significant other closer, why not try working out together? Hectic work schedules, kids, and many other of life’s obligations can make it difficult for couples to spend time together-and tossing in separate workouts several times […]


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