Six fitness equipment essentials for home workouts

Exercise doesn’t have to be complicated. Often times, the simplest methods of movement—such as walking, jogging, and performing equipment-free bodyweight exercises—can be the most beneficial means of getting and staying fit.
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Pumping pumpkins: A family-friendly fall workout

Grab the pumpkins off the front porch and get moving! This family-friendly workout is designed for all ages and abilities and is a great way to infuse movement into a fall gathering while enjoying one another’s company.
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Build your own home workout with these tools

Since beginning the MoveWell exercise anywhere program at GHS this January, we’ve been cataloging the movements used in each monthly workout. There are now almost 50 different movements on our YouTube playlist, MoveWell Movements.
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Three steps to overcoming your fitness resolution failures

This was totally going to be the year, right? You were finally going to join the gym/lose weight/run a 5k/start doing yoga/ (fill in the blank with something else fitnessy). The first few weeks of January were really awesome. You made some changes, got into a rhythm … and then life happened and all of...
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Benefits of High Intensity Interval Training

HIIT training is popular because it provides fitness benefits similar to continuous endurance exercise, but in shorter periods of time. There is a scientific explanation for why 30 minutes of HIIT burns more calories than 30 minutes of continuous exercise.
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Fit for 2015

The book is closed on 2014. Holiday ads have been replaced with promotions for fitness clothes and equipment—so that we can shed the pounds from holiday bingeing and recommit to better health. Even if we haven’t tipped the scales, recommitting ourselves to good personal health is a great way to start 2015. The New Year...
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