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Music and Fitness

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Imagine if all you had to do to lose weight and develop muscle tone was kick back and listen to your favorite tunes. While scientists and health professionals agree that music can help treat neurological disorders, even strengthen the body’s immune system, it will not help you get physically…

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Exercise After Injury: When Will I Be Ready?

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When recovering from an injury, it is important to know how long you should wait before getting back to your exercise routine. Giving yourself time to heal is vital to regaining full use of the injured body part.

A good physical therapist can help you address weakness or imbalances in your muscles, which…

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Quick Workouts for Busy Schedules

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One of the most challenging things about maintaining good health is figuring out when to fit a fitness routine into a hectic schedule. Many adults who would benefit from some form of regular exercise give priority to daily chores and other responsibilities in their lives and push their physical well-being onto the back…

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Sleep Sound and Lose Pounds

How Sleep Can Help You lose Weight?

A lot of people think weight loss is all about which diet you’re on, what fitness regimen you’re doing and what weight loss supplements you’re taking.

Try slowing down and taking a nap instead.

Now, you obviously still have to work out and maintain a balanced diet. But instead of overworking…

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Exercise, Nutrition and Diabetes

Every year in March, the American Diabetes Association holds “Alert Day,” a one-day alert to the general public to take the Diabetes Risk Test and find out if they are in the at-risk category for developing type 2 diabetes. This is a great opportunity for men and women of all ages to learn how exercise and a healthy diet can…

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Improving Heart Function with Resistance Training

There is no substitute for exercise. There is also no substitute for a healthy heart. (Well, there are heart transplants, but who in their right mind makes future plans to have one of those? No one.)

Getting That Heart Rate Up

The most traditional type of exercise chosen to remain heart-healthy is cardio. Research has definitely proven that cardiovascular workouts, like running…

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Resolutions That Stick: Planning for 2014

“Get more exercise and lose weight” is one of the most popular New Year’s resolutions people make year after year. But after recovering from a night of ringing in the New Year, many people discover that “get more exercise” is about as vague a plan for losing weight and improving one’s overall fitness as “eat more greens.” Without a clear plan of action, you may find it hard to stick with the physical…

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Maintaining Weight during the Holidays

As if the first 10 months of the year didn’t pose enough challenges to your fitness, the final two are by far the most hectic. November and December is the time of year when even the most committed fitness enthusiasts cheat on their diets and trade workout time for downtime. As much as we all look forward to these two months for all types of great foods and drinks to be had, no one wants to enter…

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Why Invest in Big Trends? Get a Personalized Workout Program with KFIT

As we inch closer to the holiday season, staying active and in shape can sink to the bottom of the priority list. Continue to achieve your fitness goals between now and the end of the year by committing to a healthy and consistent workout schedule. And one of the easiest ways to keep your commitment is by enrolling in a new fitness program.

KW Fitness has introduced the perfect new program…

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