Category Archives: exercise

Lose More Weight and Climb to New Heights

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Southern Fried Travel Temptations…Can Make Weight Loss Difficult

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5 Unhealthy Habits and 5 Solutions

If you are stressed-out, rushing around, eating poorly and neglecting your exercise or workout routine, first I would like to say “welcome to the club,” then checkout these 5 tips to avoid unhealthy habits.

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Clay’s Journey to the Summit

It has truly been an amazing journey, and Clay will let us know how the trip went upon his return. Next week marks the beginning of a new journey; come back on Monday for the next series of “Real Stories” or FOLLOW us by receiving new posts automatically to your email.

Don’t Outwork Your Workout—Say what?

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Will Clay Ski or Sit in Lake Tahoe? Here is the Doctor’s Verdict…

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3 Easy Rules to Help You Lose Weight

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4-and-a-half Easy Tips for Training While you Travel

Here are some great tips, from Personal Trainer Brandon Widner, that will help you have fun and stay fit while you see the world.

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Major Surgery and a Dream to Ski: Clay’s Story Will Inspire You

Clay Valstad, 64, underwent surgery in October of 2011 to have a partial knee replacement procedure performed; leaving a scar over six inches long, severe swelling and a weakened leg, which attests to the severity of the operation. Remarkably, he and his doctor are certain, that in February of 2012, Clay will be able to join his wife and friends on their annual ski trip—this year’s destination is Lake Tahoe, California—where Clay plans to head straight for the black diamond mogul runs, not the bunny hills. But, to accomplish this, Clay has to stick to a rigid plan of rehab and strength conditioning. The injury has caused many of his muscles to weaken and become underdeveloped, meanwhile other muscles have become overworked due to compensating for the injured and now recovering knee.

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