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Tag Archives: fitness
Hi all! As I talked about last week, I’m currently nursing a knee diagnosis of “Acute CMP” – a fancy term for inflamed cartilage under the kneecap. I’m currently rocking it out at Physical Therapy, doing my exercises at home … Continue reading
Sometimes inspiration for healthy eating is achieved by surrounding ourselves with helpful hints and reminders to make good choices. There are several bloggers, cook book writers and healthy living advocates I like to follow on Instagram to help me keep … Continue reading
I underestimate the power of my stomach. It was a busy week for me. Throw in 5K training for the Race Against Racism/Splash of Color and I just felt like things weren’t slowing down. I’m getting married in a month, … Continue reading
Spring in finally here. Well, almost here. It seems like the weather can’t make up its mind about letting spring come in or keeping the winter just a little bit longer. If you’re like me, you are chomping at the … Continue reading
Jersey Mike Rock + Run 5K will begin at noon, Saturday, April 19, on City Island in Harrisburg.
This might have been the motivation I needed this week. I did my first run of the week Tuesday morning, walking 1 minute and running 2 for a total of 20 minutes. It was super cold and a bit windy … Continue reading
By Brandie Kessler Hundreds of thrill-seekers made their way through mud-covered obstacles and up, down and back up hilly terrain at Lauxmont Farm last April, looking to conquer the inaugural CerebRun. Organized by Matt Sanger of Elizabethtown and Jeff Neal … Continue reading
When it comes to supplementing your diet with vitamins, minerals and other remedies, local experts believe that less is more.
The fourth annual JRobwalk, a fundraiser for pancreatic cancer research, is set for later this spring. The 2-mile walk is in honor of Dr. James Robinson who died of pancreatic cancer in 2010. He had been employed as a Diagnostic Radiologist … Continue reading