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Set Your Self-Care Goals Now for the Busy Holiday Season

Are you taking care of yourself? I don’t mean just exercising and eating right – although those are truly important to your health and wellbeing. I also mean “self-care” activities that too many busy mature adults shrug off as self-indulgent, selfish or just not as important as “caring” for others. Things like managing stress, getting …

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Fight Obesity, Even As the Trend Soars

Do you want to fit in and follow the latest trends? Then have another plate full of heavy food and start another TV-binge session! Or would you rather fight obesity, even as that particular trend continues to soar? More Americans than ever are obese – 42.4 percent, according to new research. Fight Obesity It’s been …

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Good News About Aging Well

Are you longing for some good news about aging? We all are. This is one of the most trying years in recent memory, with the pandemic leading the way. It’s enough to make some of us just want to hibernate until things get better, isn’t it? But guess what? We’re not bears. And we don’t …

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10 Tips to Lose Fat After Fifty from Mpls Personal Trainer & Health Coach

What’s your No. 1 goal for fitness and healthy eating? If you’re like most people, it might be to lose weight. Or, more specifically, to lose fat. It’s possible to lose fat after fifty, for sure. Still, our metabolisms slow down as we get older, even as it becomes more important than ever to keep …

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Hydrating Foods: Eat Your Water

Are you making sure to stay hydrated this season? Consuming hydrating foods can help! We’re often told to drink plenty of water – up to an ounce for every pound of body weight is a common recommendation. Getting enough water helps keep us cool, increase our metabolism, and lose weight. You might also know it’s …

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Summer Living – Healthy Tips for the Season

Everybody loves summer, right? Even this year, with so much of our routines disrupted, the sunshine and warm weather can lift our spirits and get us engaging in healthy summer living. Jogging, gardening, hiking, outdoor swimming… the options are endless with the longer days. Summer is also a good time to remind ourselves about some …

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You Can’t Afford To Take Two Months Off Your Fitness Program

Many people have been staying at home during the coronavirus pandemic. With gyms closed and fitness classes canceled, options for working out are much more limited. But you can’t afford to take two months off your fitness program if you want to maintain or improve your health. That’s even more important for older adults or …

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Ten Tips to Maintain Wellness During COVID-19

Fitness is so important after 50, especially now when we’ve all been spending more time at home. That’s why I’ve been doing everything I can to help you stay physically active during this time. But fitness alone isn’t enough to maintain wellness during COVID-19. It’s helpful to remember the other elements of wellness, too. We …

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10 Tips to Manage Corona Stress: No. 1 Shouldn’t Surprise You

These are stressful times, full of anxiety for everyone and loneliness for many. The Corona Stress challenges can be more difficult for mature people, who know they are at a higher risk for coronavirus and who already face physical challenges and, too often, social isolation. Almost a third of older Americans live alone. Before the …

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The Coronavirus Crisis Is Changing Plenty – But Not Your Need for Exercise

People all over the world are having to make sacrifices because of the coronavirus. In just a few short days, the pandemic became the latest “new normal” affecting everything in our lives. But here’s one thing it doesn’t change: You still need to exercise on a regular basis. Move your body every day. “Social distancing” …

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