How Strong Should I Be?

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How Strong Should I Be?

How Strong Should I Be?

Throughout high school and college, it was always more, more and more. Bench press as much as you can and squat as many times your body weight as you can. As we age, our bodies begin to fight back through pain and injuries letting us know that it may not be the wisest thing to just lift as much weight as we can.

Weight training is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle. Without it, research shows ...

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Evaluating Your Routines

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There’s nothing like pain to make you feel old. Not pain from an injury or accident, but pain that comes out of nowhere and you can’t explain its origin. Could it be the way you’re sitting at work? Could it be the way your car seat is? Could it be the way ...

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To Be Happy Just Use Your Brain!

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My 3 year old son has trouble managing his emotions. He’s made considerable gains since he was 2, but still has a long way to go (of course, I’m kidding). When he begins to show the signs of a temper tantrum, I say, “…be happy or you get a time out.” It occurred to me recently that I’m actually commanding ...

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What Do Doctor’s Consider Healthy?

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Are you at risk for Metabolic Syndrome? Regardless of your fitness level, staying away from the 5 FACTORS that lead to Metabolic Syndrome will increase your chances of a healthy lifestyle and a higher quality of life. Find out more as Pedro Molina breaks it down.

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