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No, we’re not going to tell you to start running. Maybe you got a fitness tracker for the holidays and are feeling inspired to log a few extra miles a week. Or maybe you enjoy walking as a fo…
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Have you ever tried to incorporate intuitive eating strategies?

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What else do you need?

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Have you ever tried survival fitness?

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What is *your* great thing?

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Take chances; try new things.

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Ever wondered what happens to your brain on exercise?

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Some tips for staying active when you're stuck in a cast: http://bit.ly/2E7h8wu

You can keep exercising while you heal from an injury or surgery.
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The top 20 fitness trends for 2017.

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It's your body, and it's the only one you've got.

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There are many surprising benefits to taking an occasional tech break: http://bit.ly/2dVO524

Cellphones, computers, tablets. All of these are important tools. But technology can seep into every moment of your life and take over. Do you need to step away from email or give your smartphone a rest from time to time? Digital detoxing is becoming increasingly popular as a response to tech overlo...
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Just focus on what you can do TODAY.

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What is your favorite way to move your body?

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Imagery is a form of simulation training that can be used to learn new skills, plan performance strategies, improve technique, recover from injury, and develop mental toughness for optimal success in sport and fitness. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2n5eRLV

All of us instinctively use visualization (aka imagery) to help us perform better. Have you ever mentally practiced your own performance before physically executing it? Perhaps you've mentally rehearsed the exhilaration you'll feel once you've completed an event you've been training....
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Seize the day!

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