Fitness Matters

Between a jam-packed social calendar, quality time with family and all of the shopping that needs to be done, maintaining your workout schedule seems impossible this time of year. But then there are the cookies... and the pies... and the indulgent cocktail parties and dinners... and letting your fitness slide isn't an option, either. To look and feel your best this holiday season, stay motivated with these strategies.

Plan Ahead

Plan your workout schedule at least a couple weeks in advance. This ensures that you have time.
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Strong wellness habits begin at a young age, which is why the personal trainers at Mile High Fitness in Denver, Colorado, are dedicated to helping kids develop a healthy approach to exercise. Today's world can be fast-paced and hectic, and you—the parent—may be struggling to bring your child to athletic enrichment activities. Mile High Fitness understands this, which is why they will bring their expertise to your child's school. When it comes to kids' fitness training, Mile High Fitness offers special exercise classes for kids,.
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Don’t lose ground this holiday season. Routines can be shattered and temptation is everywhere. But that does not have to mean your health and fitness goals take a back seat. Holidays can be a stressful time, but since exercise releases endorphins for that feel good effect, maintaining your regular fitness program can help keep the cheer in the holiday season. Keep your focus on your health and fitness with these tips and find yourself in a better place in the New Year.
  1. Avoid the unhealthy holiday treats.
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Are you stretching regularly as part of your fitness training? Stretching is just as important as exercising and shares many of the same benefits as fitness training. Stretching may increase your joint range of motion, which may improve your athletic performance and also decrease your risk of injury. Other benefits include better posture, fewer aches and pains and more self-confidence. Many of us spend the greater part of each day in the same position, which compromises blood flow to some muscle groups and leaves certain.
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As we age, we naturally lose muscle mass faster while our bone density and flexibility begin to decrease. However, many of the symptoms of age that people experience are actually side effects of a sedentary lifestyle. The members of the senior fitness classes from Mile High Fitness in Denver, CO, know the importance of maintaining physical activity throughout every stage of life, but not everyone understands how important exercise is for seniors! Unfortunately, many people who enjoyed being active in their younger years give up.
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