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Three Workouts To Improve Your Push-Ups Fast

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2 mentions6 days ago
Set a timer for 60 seconds and see how many squats you can do. I’m going to guess the squats out number the push-ups pretty significantly. I’m also going to assume that for most of you, you were able to do the 60 seconds of squats without stopping.

MMA Style Workout

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1 mentions7 days ago
However, what a lot of people don’t actually realize is that being a fighter means you have to get punched and kicked, a lot, and only a certain kind of person can actually handle that. And while getting hit in the face sucks, the conditioning is just as ...

One-Pot Spicy Eggs and Potatoes

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1 mentions7 days ago
That I’m making a spicy ancho chili homemade tomato simmer sauce (whatever you do, don’t look back at the last month of recipes to check if this is my new obsession, but for real please don’t) to cover a crowd of spicy, salty, pan-fried potatoes, a handful of ...

Salmon Noodle Salad

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2 mentions7 days ago
For the past month, I seem to have misplaced my cooking mojo. Each week I say it’s time to start meal planning again. And each week I get to Sunday night without a plan in place. My motivation to get organized and plan ahead seems to be still ...

Why Are We Obsessed With Ancient Grains?

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2 mentions6 days ago
Because freekeh, a form of wheat, is harvested when it’s young, it retains more nutrients and provides higher amounts of protein, fiber and minerals than wheat harvested when it’s mature. In our youth-obsessed culture, it’s a surprise when people pay much attention to anything old. But attention is ...

Winter Kale Chopped Salad

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3 mentions6 days ago
This winter kale salad is chock-full of apples, avocado, dates, dried cranberries, toasted pecans and crumbled blue cheese. It’s tossed with a honey balsamic dressing to create a sweet, crunchy, incredibly satisfying side dish. Food trends are an interesting thing. For whatever reason,something will just take off and ...

Exercise Benefits Your Health, But Only If You Sit Less

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1 mentions6 days ago
Most of us know that we need to be more physically active. Only 20% of American adults get the recommend amount of physical activity—150 minutes of the moderately intense aerobic kind—each week. But simply moving more isn’t enough, according to a new report published in the Annals of ...

4 Compound Exercises Great for Tabatas {And a Workout to Try}

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3 mentions7 days ago
It’s been a while since I posted a workout. I guess you could say it’s not my real focus on Cotter Crunch right now, but I still think fitness is important! I will be honest though, I think MOVING the body and fueling the body right is more ...

Pan-Seared Dover Sole with Tropical Avocado Salsa #WeekdaySupper

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3 mentions7 days ago
This quick and flavorful meal will be ready before anyone can even say, “what’s for dinner?” All it takes is a little prep work to make this tropical avocado salsa — dice up some tomatoes, avocado, mango and pineapple, add a pinch of salt and pepper, a sprinkling ...

How To Breathe When Running

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1 mentions2 weeks ago
Just before you crest a hill or reach the end of a speed interval, your lungs go into overdrive. Your breath becomes shallow and rapid. You think if only you could pull in more air, you could surge up that hill or maintain your pace. But the more ...

Beginner Strength Workout

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2 mentions2 weeks ago
It takes a lot of courage to start something new. I love nothing more as a trainer than to see individuals surprise themselves by lifting more than they thought or becoming fitter than they anticipated. Hopefully, this beginner’s strength routine takes the intimidation out of starting. Do each ...

New England Beans and Cod #SundaySupper

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3 mentions1 week ago
I love the “Hometown” #SundaySupper theme! I’m pretty passionate about things related to my hometown of Boston and the New England region. Though the Red Sox are the team I follow most closely, today I will be eagerly cheering for a return trip to the SuperBowl for the ...

Hate Liver? Eat It Anyway With These Tips

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3 mentions2 weeks ago
I wish I could say I love liver. It’s an incredibly nutrient dense food that all of us should be eating on a weekly basis. And it’s definitely something that must be eaten on a balanced Paleo diet. Unfortunately, like many of my clients and readers, I don’t ...

Mindful Monday: The Art of Stillness

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1 mentions7 days ago
Perhaps the greatest adventure of all is going nowhere. In his Ted Talk, The Art of Stillness, Pico Iyer discusses how stillness can bring more clarity and insight into our accelerated living. I took a New Years restorative yoga workshop a few weeks ago (the one where I ...

I Overdid It At the Gym. Now What?

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1 mentions1 week ago
Legs feel like jelly when you leave the gym? You may have overdone it. January is here, and with it comes a fierce determinationto get back to the gym. Perhaps the holidays caused you to neglect yourworkouts. Maybe you haven’t been back to “your” gym since you signed ...

9 Bloggers Who Changed Their Lives One Post at a Time

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3 mentions1 week ago
When motivation wavers, sometimes the inspiration we need can come straight from our favorite blogs — following the authors’ lives like others might follow a reality show, hitting refresh waiting for the next installment. And yet, it can be easy to forget these digital personalities are actual human ...

From Detox To Elimination Diets, Skipping Sugar May Be The Best Bet

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1 mentions7 days ago
Oh, sugar! If this time of year has you rethinking your diet, there is one surefire change you can make to improve health: Cut back on sugar.Farrukh/Flickrhide caption Oh, sugar! If this time of year has you rethinking your diet, there is one surefire change you can make ...

5 Tips for Managing Stress in 2015 #MakeYourMove

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2 mentions2 weeks ago
In 2015, we’re partnering with Kohl’s for the #MakeYourMove campaign. We want to know what your 2015 goals are and how you plan to #MakeYourMove toward a healthier you. A big hurdle that many of us face is how to deal with stress. Here are a few simple ...

Kale with Stewed Tomatoes and White Beans

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1 mentions7 days ago
Is kale still considered a health trend or can we agree that it’s here to stay? I feel like kale, quinoa, chia seeds and other super healthy foods came onto the scene hard over the last few years, with recipes for them floating around everywhere you turn. Personally,

The Best Fitness Quotes to Motivate You

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1 mentions2 weeks ago
If you’ve been following us on Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, you know how much we looove us some fitness quotes. After all, the right fitness quote can do everything from give you a straight-up aha-moment to help you make the healthier decision to get you motivated to ...

Clear Your Mind with Mantras

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3 mentions1 week ago
A mantra is simply a word or sound we make over and over again, either by repeating it aloud or simply by thinking it. According to Vedic tradition, a mantra is an instrument of the human mind; repeating a mantra such as “Ohm” facilitates a very deep meditative ...

Break the Cycle of Gestational Diabetes

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1 mentions1 week ago
Break the Cycle of Gestational DiabetesBy Beth W. Orenstein Today's Dietitian Vol. 17 No. 1 P. 52 Controlling the disease as early in pregnancy as possible will benefit the health of mother and baby in years to come. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the ...

3 Treadmill Workouts for Speed and Strength

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2 mentions2 weeks ago
I like to think of myself as a runner who will run in any conditions. I mean, I grew up in the frozen tundra of Upper Michigan. And now I’m a New Englander. We aren’t afraid of cold weather! The picture above is from my friend Sarah and ...

3 Ways to Find Your Exercise Sweet Spot

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2 mentions2 weeks ago
by Jan BruceHow many articles have you read touting exercise as the antidote to stress? A billion? You know that exercise is perhaps your most potent tool for calming the frazzled psyche and caring for the body. But you resist it. I know why: It's that old catch-22 ...

Weight Loss: 15 Things Nobody Tells You About Losing Weight

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1 mentions2 weeks ago
Losing weight does more than give you an excuse to buy new clothes. Dropping just 5 to 10% of your body weight can improve your overall health and reduce your risk for chronic conditions like heart disease and diabetes. But shedding unwanted pounds can also have less-obvious effects,

The Brain Preservation Diet: Eating to Save Brain Cells

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1 mentions2 weeks ago
Feeding your brain foods such as fruits, vegetables and legumes can help to fight inflammation. When New York-based filmmaker and musician Max Lugavere was his mother Kathy’s patient wingman afew years ago, he became frustrated by what he calls a “diagnose and adios”approach to treating her memory loss.

Potato Leek Soup with Roasted Broccoli

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2 mentions2 weeks ago
This vegan recipe started out as a classic potato leek soup. It was good in term of flavor and consistency the first time out, but I thought it could use a little some else. That something turned out to be roasted broccoli, and so today we are ...

Teaching our kids healthy eating must start early

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1 mentions2 weeks ago
The White House’s announcement last month of a $1 billion public-private investment in early child-care programs, a priority of President Obama’s, presents an opportunity to teach children healthy eating habits. Fortunately for policymakers at both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue, a model piece of legislation was passed last year ...

We Lie About What We Eat, And It's Messing Up Science

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1 mentions2 weeks ago
One problem with self-reported food journals? We tend to underestimate how much we've eaten.Junos/beyond/Corbishide caption One problem with self-reported food journals? We tend to underestimate how much we've eaten. How many peanuts did you snack on last week? If you don't remember, you're not alone. We humans are ...

Creamy Avocado Lime Dressing

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1 mentions2 weeks ago
Whenever I see avocados on sale at my grocery store (10 for $10 – best deal ever!), I can’t help but buy a million of them. My daughter, my youngest son and I can eat avocados every day so they really don’t go to waste when I bring ...

Grain Free Winter Spice Protein Bites

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8 mentions3 weeks ago
pro triathlete's wife, nutrition manager & fitness consultant, kombucha lover, and wannabe wino who has a joyous passion for gluten free cooking! What makes a recipe successful? I actually think about that a lot when cooking and/or recipe creating. And you know what? To me, it’s about 3 ...

Abundance Bowls with Almond Butter-Lemon Dressing

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1 mentions2 weeks ago
Abundance Bowls with Almond Butter-Lemon Dressing. Roasted veggies topped with the creamiest lemony almond butter dressing! This vegan abundance bowl will make you feel ahhhhhmazing from the inside out!

Tomato Roasted Cauliflower Tagine #WeekdaySupper

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4 mentions2 weeks ago
Vegetarian meals don’t have to be predictable and boring at dinner time. A tagine is a conical vessel that roasts vegetables and meats and keeps them moist by self-basting. With this recipe, a tagine or a Dutch oven can be used. Buttery cauliflower florets are tossed in a ...

​Head Start program helps reduce childhood obesity

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1 mentions2 weeks ago
School readiness isn't the only benefit young children can gain from Head Start. A new study finds that kids in the U.S. preschool program tend to have a healthier weight by kindergarten than similarly aged kids not in the program. In their first year in Head Start, obese ...

Lime and chilli baked salmon with a mango salsa

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1 mentions2 weeks ago
Fish and salads are back on the menu and I'd like to share with you a couple of fresh, fast and tasty recipes that have been on my repertoire for years. Key ingredients here are salmon and mangoes.Salmon has a lovely rich flavour and moist texture, so it ...

4 Reasons to Find Running Friends

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4 mentions3 weeks ago
Before Saturday morning, I had not met any of these people in person. If you would have seen us running, you would have never known. The conversation flowed the entire 13 miles. In turn, the miles flew by. That’s always a good thing especially when it’s a 15 ...

Chicken with Whole Grains Casserole #SundaySupper

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3 mentions2 weeks ago
Chicken with Whole Grains Casserole can be made with any grains you like. Even add veggies if you desire. Casseroles are king for this Sunday Supper! I love casseroles with gooey cheesy sauce. I make lasagna with thick, tomato spaghetti sauce. Shepherd’s Pies and Pot Pies get extra ...

Meyer Lemon Tahini Dressing

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3 mentions3 weeks ago
The fourth time was the charm. You know the saying “if at first you don’t succeed, try try again”? That so very much applied to what should have been a simple task. Homemade dressings are, to me, very easy to make. There are basic formulas for vinaigrettes or ...

15 Workout Songs That'll Make You Stick To Your Fitness Resolutions

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2 mentions3 weeks ago
To get your tush in gear, and to ensure you stick with your new, healthy goals all year long, you'll need a few things. First, craft a realistic plan of attack. If you haven't run since high school, don't expect to reach your teenage pace on your first ...

Curried Lentil Vegetable Soup

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1 mentions2 weeks ago
This curried lentil vegetable soup is packed full of small green lentils, fresh chopped root vegetables, a handful of kale and a sprinkling of curry powder. Plus it’s ready in under an hour! I remember years ago watching an episode of Anne Burrell’s cooking show where she talked ...

2 Treadmill Workouts for Winter Running

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6 mentions3 weeks ago
Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Target® C9 through their partnership with POPSUGAR Select. While I was compensated to write a post about Target® C9 all opinions are my own.This is the first winter that we have a treadmill at home and I am loving it.Every year, I ...

7 Tips For Eating Local Food in the Wintertime

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2 mentions2 weeks ago
During the summer months enjoying local food isn’t hard. You may only have to wander into your own yard. From tomatoes to watermelon, zucchini, summer squash, herbs, and cucumber–local food is everywhere. But then comes the winter and much of the choice seems to dry up. It’s natural ...

Entering the World of Prebiotics

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3 mentions3 weeks ago
The subject of probiotics is familiar to most nutrition professionals. Research shows they play a key role in promoting good digestion, supporting the immune system, and helping to ameliorate irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and diarrhea symptoms. Prebiotics, however, tend to be more of a mystery. The International Scientific Association for Probiotics and Prebiotics defines probiotics as live microorganisms that, when administered in adequate amounts, confer a health benefit on the host.The group defines prebiotics as a selectively fermented ingredient that results in specific changes in the composition and/or activity of ...

Rainbow Spring Rolls

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2 mentions3 weeks ago
Friends! How is the New Year treating you so far? Good I hope. Have you made any resolutions yet? Any luck at keeping them? I love this post by Zen Habits for inspiration on goal setting. Do share your ambitions in the comments – we’d love to know!

Potato, Carrot and Lentil Soup

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6 mentions3 weeks ago
Heart Healthy, Main Dish, Meatless, She's Cookin', Soups, Veggies | January 3by Priscilla Willis | 2 CommentsHave you resolved to detox, lose weight, exercise more, quit drinking, quit smoking, or generally start treating your body better? Even if you’re one of those who don’t believe in making resolutions,

Winter Workout: Shoulder Strengthener

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4 mentions3 weeks ago
The whole “never dating again” thing.Refusing to waste money on a Christmas tree.Thinking seafood is gross.The mornings I moaned I’m never drinking again!”Thinking my shoulders are too big.I take it all back These days I can’t grow my shoulders fast enough.It’s hard to believe that in high school ...

Tuna Tapenade

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5 mentions3 weeks ago
Another cookbook arrived in the mail. It was about a month ago and right before the busy holiday season. One look at the cover made me smile. It was a whole book about one of my favorite categories that I affectionately call party food. I thought I would ...

white chicken chili recipe

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7 mentions3 weeks ago
A terrific game day chili option featuring chicken and cannellini beans! This White Chicken Chili is a spicy and comforting dinner to enjoy at half time. I bumped into a mom of one of Tom’s grade school classmates at an event recently. She pulled me aside and thanked ...

Most insidious diet breaker: snacks at your desk

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7 mentions3 weeks ago
For all those vowing to shed pounds in the New Year, skip the kitchen cleanout and turn your focus to a more insidious source of weight gain: Your workspace. Keep healthy snacks at your desk, to avoid dipping into the office candy jar or plate of cookies left ...

Broiled Grouper with Lemon and Thyme

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2 mentions3 weeks ago
We participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Influence Central for Brancott Estate Flight Song. We received product samples and a promotional item to thank us for our participation. All opinions are our own. And, it seems like more often than not, the answer that comes back ...
 

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