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Category Archives: Tips
Failing to prepare is preparing to fail.
Estimate: The average American eats 4,500 calories in the holiday meal.
Share your wellness goals with someone you trust who can help motivate you to stay on track.
A recent study showed that short bouts of intense physical activity can help keep your waistline in check.
TweetSome people like to race close to home. They find a race within an hour of their house, sleep in their own beds the night before and come home after. I am not one of those people. I like to … Continue reading
Wellness Wrap 9/20/13: Football fans consume more fat after losses; Eating around workouts and tweets
TweetThe weekly Wellness Wrap provides links to recent health and fitness news. Share your thoughts and links in a comment or email email@example.com. Catching up while I was away: New studies are showing that teenagers are exercising more and eating … Continue reading
TweetDuring the summer at the Byrnes Health Education Center, we don’t do as much teaching because schools are on summer break. That means a big change of pace in my work day. During the school year, I’m on my feet, … Continue reading
TweetDo you like caramel?( I’m no fool, caramel makes life worth living) Would you like some salt added to that caramel? (Yup) Are you gearing up for a fall half or full marathon, running mindlessly for hours on end? (What else … Continue reading
TweetThe weekly Wellness Wrap provides links to recent health and fitness news and lists events that will help you stay fit during the weekend. Check back every Friday morning. Have an interesting health or fitness-related link or event to share? … Continue reading
Don’t have time to workout before or after work? Get moving at your desk.