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Building the Habit: Why Exercise Is an Important Part of Addiction Recovery

Exercise is an important part of daily life, and it’s also a useful tool when it comes to battling the struggles of addiction. Whether you’re in recovery from alcoholism or illegal drug abuse, one of the most important components of treatment is to build healthy habits that replace unhealthy ones.The Dangers of Addiction

5 Exercise Tips When Recovering From Breast Surgery

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Gain Maximum Muscle Tone by Lifting Heavy Weights

Understanding Muscle Tone and What Makes a Muscle "Defined"

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Take Care of Your Body, It's the Only One You've Got!

Take care of your body it’s the only one you’ve got. I was recently in a car accident and it completely through off my journey to be healthier and happy. As a result of my injuries I had to stop exercising and I now rest the majority of each day. Additionally, because I can’t workout I’ve had to tighten up my diet and eat cleaner than before to prevent gaining weight from being sedentary. Being inactive is soooo unnatural for me!

Recovery- The Forgotten part of fitness

Most if us,  have pulled up sore after exercising. The first step in the morning .........

New Research Says “Icing Is OUT!”

As a fitness professional I can’t count the number of times I have recommended icing to my clients for anything from acute injuries to sports recovery.  But new research from Dr. Gabe Mirkin, who coined the phrase R.I.C.E. some 30 years ago, suggests that icing may actually delay healing.

Overtraining – When is Enough Time to Recover?

   Overtraining – When There Isn’t Enough Time to RecoverPosted on July 25, 2013 by NASM By Stacey Penney, NASM CES, PES, FNS