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Should you pay for your employee’s health?

I read an article that talks about whether or not employers should pay for their employees to work out. My feeling is that anything a business can do to promote good health saves money. Let’s face it, health costs are a big issue these days. When you invest in your employees by funding an exercise program and [...]

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Got 20 minutes a week to be healthy?

I wanted to share this WebMD article with everyone, about the fitness expert who certified me. Slow-motion weight training is not only safer, but more efficient too. I believe in, and train with the concept that less is more. All anyone needs to be stronger than they ever could imagine is [...]

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How long do you need to exercise?

As we get older, many of us look for the best and most efficient ways to exercise. I found that by doing SuperSlow, a 30-minute strength training program, I was working out enough to become stronger and have more endurance for everyday tasks. [...]

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Strength Training and longevity

I’ve spent the better part of ten years researching for myself the correlation between strength training and longevity. Last year, I discovered a scientific study by researchers at Penn State College of Medicine that looked at 15,000 adults over a 30-year time frame, and the results were eye-opening. [...]

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Prevent Injuries While Spring Cleaning

Springtime is here! Out with the old and in with the new. Many of us start focusing on organizing our homes and yards as the months get warmer. Here are a few tips to keep you injury-free while doing all your spring cleaning. Slow Down. Going from zero to sixty causes many [...]

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Sugar, the enemy of our health

Last year I experienced major health problems due to inflammation, and I was desperate to find answers. I went to a number of doctors, and they all told me it was a mild form of arthritis. Only one doctor suggested that I lose some weight, and also change my diet. [...]

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