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Fueling Your Body

Are you ready when it really counts? What if all your training and factored as only a portion of your preparation?

 

Several years ago, I trained to run my first half marathon (Indy Mini 500) with my older brother. I didn’t sleep well, my nerves were shot, I didn’t have my regular food available, and I doubted if my training schedule really prepared me for the race. I got up early and tried to eat something from the hotel restaurant. We walked to the race start and found our coral.


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The Dangers of Chronic Stress and How to Beat It

Posted on 8/23/2015 by Personally Fit in stress chronic stress exercise and stress reduction

Stress leads to elevated cortisol levels. Cortisol is needed for “Fight or Flight” response to danger and is meant to be temporary. What can happen if your levels stay elevated for prolonged periods of time?

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Fuel Your Morning Workout

Posted on 7/19/2015 by Personally Fit

Skipping breakfast because you are busy or not hungry is not a good choice, especially if you want to get the most out of your workout. Food is fuel and without it, your muscles don’t have the energy to perform at their peak.

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The Mother of all Body Weight Workouts

Posted on 5/19/2015 by Personally Fit in workout body weight

Ever just need to move your body? Stuck at home without equipment and a lack of creativity? Do you have kids or dogs that want to participate? This family friendly workout is challenging (and possibly entertaining) for everyone.

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Beach Ready!

Posted on 2/5/2015 by Personally Fit in Beach ready calf exercises

The first day of spring is Friday, March 20th at 6:46 p.m. At the time of this posting that means it is only 43 days until spring. Many of us head to the beach for Spring Break. During the many gray days leading up to vacation, we are going to help you to get “beach ready”!

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Breaking the Plateau part 2

Posted on 11/5/2014 by Personally Fit in Nutrition plateau

Diet can play a huge role in breaking a plateau. Food can either be fuel or sludge for your body. Are you consuming “high octane” or “diesel in a non-diesel engine”? How can you tell the difference? There are so many trends circulating today; ” gluten-free”, “clean eating”, ” raw”, “sugar is as addictive as cocaine”, and more that consumers can get confused.

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