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For lots of folks, shopping for gifts can be fun, exciting and sometimes a little bit stressful. I know for me, I’m always looking for ways to save money. Going broke for the benefit of giving gifts to other people is not at all far-fetched and it definitely happens. So… I’m here to help! Continue reading →
This was said today in a conversation I was having with a young lady named Alexis. She has a very inspiring story that would encourage almost anyone to get off their butt and get moving. You see, Alexis used to weight well over 300 pounds. She’s 28 years old and has struggled with her weight for most of her life. About a year ago, Alexis joined the Y (where I work) so that she could start the journey to losing weight and getting healthy. Everyday, she comes in to train with a personal trainer, take a class, swim, walk the track or just do her own workout. She has made significant progress and even ran (and walked a little) the Hot Chocolate 5K this past November. Continue reading →
Hey Fitness Fanatics! It’s been a while since I’ve done a post, but rest assured I’ve got LOTS of good stuff up my sleeve for Renewed Fitness. The possibilities are endless!
Anywho… I ran across this video on Facebook about a year ago and thought it was so cool. Then, while I was perusing Facebook last night, I ran into it AGAIN. When I watched it, I knew I had to write about it. Volkswagon is truly onto something with their “Fun Theory”. Taking regular, everyday, mundane activities that aren’t otherwise “fun” and revamping them into something people actually enjoy doing. Watch below.
A powerful voice and role model in the fitness world passed away in his California home yesterday. Jack Lalanne was a very important figure in getting America serious about health and exercise, even before the most recent fitness craze hit. According to his daughter, he was 96 years old and still going strong, exercising 2 hours a day and changing his routine every 30 days. If you’ve ever been up late at night watching television, you may have seen him advertising his juicer and all its amazing benefits. You can read more about Jack LaLanne’s story here.
Hey everyone! So today’s move is a slight variation to the Hamstring Push and Pull move I posted for Day 4. This move isolates one of your legs and is a bit more challenging since you’re only using one leg to stabilize the ball. Try it out! Continue reading →