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How to motivate yourself to exercise based on the Four Tendencies

In Fitness by Karen Eisenbraun, CHNC August 30th, 2018

Have you ever noticed that it’s easy for you to do certain things that other people struggle with? Or maybe you find that you can complete a task only when someone else is relying on you to get it done?  If you need to motivate to exercise more, we have some tips to help you. The reason may have to do with how to respond to inner and outer expectations, according to best-selling author and …

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7 common fitness myths

In Fitness by Karen Eisenbraun, CHNC September 2nd, 20180 Comments

Some popular fitness myths can increase your risk for injury, and prevent you from making gains and weight-loss progress.If you’ve ever spent time at the gym or spoken to friends and family about fitness, chances are you’ve unknowingly heard dozens of fitness myths. “No pain, no gain,” “running is bad for your knees,” and “you should always stretch before workouts” are some common beliefs about fitness you may have heard at some point in your …

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10 ways to make running more fun

In Fitness by Karen Eisenbraun, CHNC August 21st, 20180 Comments

Do you think running is boring? Or hard? Or lonely? Even though these perceptions may keep you from lacing up your sneakers, it might be worth giving running another shot. Running is a great way to improve your overall health and well-being, strengthen your immune system, lower your risk of chronic disease, relieve stress, and improve your confidence and self-esteem. Plus, you can do it practically anywhere, without any special equipment other than your shoes. …