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Posts tagged "Exercise"

What Are Your Excuses to Avoid Taking Care of Your Health?

Are you stuck in a cycle of Unhealthy, Sick, Tired, Injured, In Pain, or Full of Complaints? What’s your excuse? Or are there multiple excuses getting in the way of you taking responsibility and care of your body and your health? Is it easy to complain about what hurts, not ever getting around to doing […]

Posted by administrator in Health.

Sit or MOVE? Which One is Best for Your Body and Your Health?

And why does it matter if you sit or MOVE anyway? Let’s face it, we’re spending way too much time parked on our rumps, not thinking about whether we sit or move.  You know it’s bad when they start naming new health problems that are directly related to how much we’re sitting.  Have you heard […]

Posted by administrator in Alleviating Pain & Chronic Health Problems.

Finding the Best Workouts for Your Personality Type

Hello there! Quick question! How many times did you skip your workout this week? Twice? Thrice? We have all been there – paying for an annual gym membership and visiting the gym once in a blue moon. Most people think fitness is a one-fit for all. If you are someone who thinks the same, keep […]

Posted by administrator in Exercise and Fitness, Guest Bloggers.

Fitness Frequency Gets Results for Better Health

Fitness Frequency

By ramping up your fitness frequency you can start enjoying the benefits of better whole-body health. Why should you care about fitness frequency?  As Americans we spend waaaaay to much time sitting on our rumps, slumping with poor posture. This not only affects our strength, flexibility, and physical ability to move, but sitting  – at […]

Posted by administrator in Exercise and Fitness.

Just Released – Pulse Power Fitness! Book available NOW the Kindle Store

I’m very excited to announce the release of my new book Pulse Power, which is available now in the Kindle Store. Pulse Power fitness is a fast and effective targeted training program to keep your body strong, fit, flexible and injury-free. This Kindle ebook is fully illustrated with easy-to-follow exercise descriptions for your at-home workouts. […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Exercise and Fitness, Functional Movement.

Do You “Tune-Out” When You Work Out? Tips To Improve Functional Movement & Whole-Body Health

Health Improvement can encompass a lot of different things.  Depending on your wellness goals, the  focus can be on fitness, diet & nutrition, stress-management, or a number of other things necessary to take care of your body and enjoy good health. One of the all important things on a Health Improvement list is fitness.  Daily […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Functional Movement, Health.

Are You Getting Fit the Wii Way?

It’s not difficult to believe that the American Council on Exercise (ACE) has named technology-based fitness as one of it’s top trends for 2009. And that ACE has commissioned several studies over the past three years to evaluate the benefits of using video games for an exercise program. I posted an article about my Wii […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Health, Links to Interesting Articles.

Stress-Reduction Tip: Fun in the Great Outdoors!

AHHHHH…  The Great Outdoors! I find that nothing helps adjust my mental attitude like time spent outside in Nature paired with some vigorous physical activity. It might be a walk, skate around the park, jog, bike ride, or self-taught “circuit boot camp” (stopping at every park bench, bridge, and piece of playground equipment to do […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Health, Stress Management.

Imagine…Life Without Feet!

“Foot for Thought…” As an author and advocate for foot care. And having learned the hard way with some serious foot pain issues as a competitive gymnast when I was a teenager. I’ve been on the bandwagon to spread the word about the importance of healthy & happy feet. So last night I was thinking…what […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Foot Care & Foot Fitness, Health.

Pilates Training and Peripheral Atrophy

I received this question about Pilates training by email today, thought it relevant for a blog posting: Question: Is Pilates appropriate for someone with peripheral atrophy? Balancing is becoming more & more difficult so yoga is no longer an option. If appropriate, please tell me where I might find a certified teacher/instructor. Please advise. Answer: […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Alleviating Pain & Chronic Health Problems, Health, Pilates.