Fitness Matters

​The best fitness resolution that will work for you this year is one that you will do consistently. The bottom line is that the best way to make the fitness gains you want is to be honest with yourself when thinking about frequency, intensity, the types of training you will undertake, and the fitness goals you are hoping to achieve. There are many reasons that people have not been able to adhere to an exercise program, read on to see if they sound familiar: Not getting.
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You’ve made a resolution to get into shape this New Year, but first you have to contend with the temptations of the holidays. Achieving excellent health and wellness during this season isn’t stressful if you know how to manage your nutrition and exercise. Mile High Fitness in Denver, CO, provides fitness training and nutrition consulting during the holidays to help you balance discipline with indulgence. The fitness trainers offer these five tips for holiday health and wellness:
  • Pace Your Meals & Manage.
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As a nation, Americans are over-extending themselves in all areas of their lives. As a result, fitness (and the resulting health benefits) takes a hit because it is hard to find the time to fit a workout into busy days. Turns out you don’t need very much time in order to reap the benefits of a workout. High Intensity Interval Training (or HIIT) is a workout in which short periods of intense exercise are interspersed with low intensity rest periods (also known as active recovery). HIIT.
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You’ve made a resolution to get into shape this New Year, but first you have to contend with the temptations of the holidays. Achieving excellent health and wellness during this season isn’t stressful if you know how to manage your nutrition and exercise. Mile High Fitness in Denver, CO, provides fitness training and nutrition consulting during the holidays to help you balance discipline with indulgence. The fitness trainers offer these five tips for holiday health and wellness:
  • Pace Your Meals & Manage.
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Your workout routine is going great and you are feeling good about yourself and the results of your hard work. But then you find yourself under the weather. We have all been there. Is this an excuse to get out of your workout? Do you need to sit out, maybe disrupting the routine you have worked out to establish? The answer depends on the illness. As a rule of thumb, most medical professionals will advise continuing your workout routine (albeit at a lower intensity) if the.
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