Category Archives: Injuries and Conditions

Got Sarcopenia?
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Age-Related Muscle Loss Doesn’t Have to Happen Brian Koning, ACE-CPT, Pn1 At 40, our bodies start that downhill slide from fit to frail.  As we age we become slower, our bones become brittle, our skin loses elasticity, our hair turns … Continue reading

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Running: How to Train Injury-Free
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Thanks to Jeff Galloway, I’m ready to run Well, it’s almost here… my “second”, well… actually my “first”, mini-marathon.  You see, last year I trained really hard (and incorrectly) as a novice runner for the OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon in … Continue reading

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Formula for Calories Burned
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Calculating Calories Burned During Workouts Revised 7/22/2014 “How many calories do you think I burned during my workout today?” That’s a question I get just about every day.  After all, most people work out so they can burn calories.  They … Continue reading

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Stressed? Get Moving!
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Exercise, on the other hand, has helped me better manage my stress and allows me to deal with situations much better and calmer, all with positive side effects. Continue reading

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Top 10 B.S. Excuses for Not Exercising
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“What fits your busy schedule better, exercising one hour a day or being dead 24 hours?” ~ Glasbergen I’ve Heard All of These and More… No, it’s not what you think… okay, well kind of… but I call these my … Continue reading

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Managing Seasonal Depression
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Exercise Effective for People with SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) Throughout my life, I’ve battled bouts of depression, some more severe than others.  One of the worst times for me is the winter months when the sunlight goes away and holiday … Continue reading

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Recession Woes Affecting Waistlines
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Stress over the economy and worries about unemployment are making Americans fat In a 2009 article he wrote for Reuters, Ed Stoddard (et al) made a prediction not about how the recession would affect peoples’ pocketbooks and bank accounts, but … Continue reading

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Running Shoes or Cross Trainers?
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Choose the best shoe for the workout to avoid injury. It’s not uncommon for people that I train to complain of back and leg pain at some point in time.   I’m not talking about the muscle soreness that comes with … Continue reading

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