Fitness Matters

Most people know apples are good for you, but just how healthy are they and is there a healthiest apple in the world? Actually there is. A recent scientific study, conducted at the University of Western Australia, found that the Pink Lady variety had the highest level of antioxidant flavonoids. Accordingly, they have a good claim to the title of the healthiest apple to eat. Check out this article to learn which one you should choose and why: https://www.healthambition.com/healthiest-apple/.
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Maybe you’ve seen the long, foam tubes in the gym, but are not sure what the purpose is, or how you use it. Foam rollers are relatively new to the fitness scene and are effective in helping to prevent injuries as well as to recover after a workout. There are many different sizes and styles of foam rollers, but the purpose is the same: to aid in self-myofascial release (a.k.a. self-massage).  Foam rolling helps release tension in the muscles and the surrounding tissue known as.
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You spend most of your waking hours at work, but often only have one meal during that time. It is not surprising that you often need a little something to get you through your day, and to ensure you don’t get home running on fumes. Especially when dinner is still an hour away because you first need to make it!  Having a selection of healthy snacks that you can turn to in the afternoon, or whenever hunger hits, is the key to maintaining good nutrition.
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Whether you want to trim down or tone up, sticking to a fitness program is challenging, especially if you don’t have any outside support. With regular boot camp workouts, however, you’ll get the motivation and guidance you need to advance to the next level of fitness. With Mile High Fitness & Wellness in Denver, Colorado, you can enjoy invigorating boot camp workouts that provide all the weight loss support you need to reach your fitness goals—and best of all, their personal.
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Summer is a great time to get fit. You can run, cycle, swim, hike and do other athletic activities outside. However, you need to know how to stay safe during your workouts. Don't land yourself inside this summer with a torn muscle or heat cramps; put safety first with the following tips:

Consider the Time of Day

No matter the activity you choose, the time of day when you work out should be considered. The hours between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. are the hottest, putting you.
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