Fitness Matters

Now that summer is in full swing, the dry heat in Colorado can be overbearing at times. We are always reminded about the risks of dehydration and heat stroke when doing outside activities.   One of the best ways to keep hydrated during the hot summer months is to drink plenty of water. However, many people are still unclear as to how much water to drink. The following points will help you determine what’s best for you:
  • While there is much conflicting information on the Internet,.
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The fourth of July is all about family, friends, and food. This is one holiday where people indulge themselves with lots of food, alcohol and, yes, even more food. And unfortunately in the majority of cases, after the celebration is over, many people regret how much food consumed in such a short period of time. In other words, this is one day of the year when everyone's dietary plans go out the window. But the good news is that you can still have a lot.
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Have you ever successfully lost weight only to hit the dreaded weight loss plateau that derails your goal? There is a scientific explanation for this speed bump to you dieting plans but it does not need to end your weight loss journey. Knowledge is the power. Check out this article to learn why this plateau phenomenon happens and what steps you can take to get past it and continue to lose weight: https://www.positivehealthwellness.com/fitness/everything-need-know-weight-loss-plateau-break-off/.
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Spring is in the air and there’s no better time to start running. The changing of seasons can provide a fresh start for you and your fitness routine. And if the nicer weather isn’t enough to motivate you, it’s also the time of year that races pop up almost every weekend, giving you plenty of options to choose from.

Running to Fundraise

Many of the most fun and well-known races exist with the purpose of raising money for nonprofits. Keeping.

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There is no longer any doubt that there is an obesity epidemic-- walk on any street and you are more likely to see obese and overweight individuals outnumber thin people. And sadly a great majority of these people are men. Obesity is not a benign syndrome, and with time it can lead to arthritis, diabetes, high blood pressure, cancer and even reduced self-esteem. Let’s not forget that along with obesity and its risks come increased healthcare costs.   Be realistic While losing weight is a goal for many.
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