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7 Quick and Healthy Breakfast Meals

7 Quick and Healthy Breakfast Meals

Even some studies are finding that breakfast might not be THE most important meal of the day, it can ultimately lead to lower caloric intake. Meaning, that taking the time to eat something can impact the rest of your day. Of course that something matters. Eating 2 eggs and a shake isn’t the same thing as 2 donuts and coffee. It is also easy to skip breakfast. To not forgo breakfast and make it jump-start your

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How To Stay On Track During Vacation

How To Stay On Track During Vacation

Trying to stay on track during vacation isn’t a small task. We all need some downtime, away from the hustle and bustle of our everyday routines. It’s great for your mental and physical health. However, many people struggle with keeping with their healthy lifestyle and/or working toward specific goals. Don’t fret. Summer vacation doesn’t have to be the doom of your health routine.

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Big Gyms vs. Personal Training Studios

Big Gyms vs. Personal Training Studios

Big Gyms vs. Personal Training Studios Our personal training studio has dedicated individuals who are committed to bettering themselves physically and mentally. Our trainers specialize in a variety of training methods to meet your needs, and that can be tailored to fit your needs. What sets The

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5 Ways To Stay Healthy At Work

5 Ways To Stay Healthy At Work

Work. We spend most of our time at work. Sure, the office can be full of temptation: vending machines or even receptionists that bring in donuts. The good part about having work is there is a structure to have a schedule. There are a few things you can do to keep yourself healthy while you’re powering through your day. Your workplace can be a place that supports your

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Top Trails in Maryland

Top Trails in Maryland

At Fitness Studio, we believe living fit means cultivating a lifestyle that is full of activity. That doesn’t always mean residing in the gym 24/7. There are alternatives to working out that you should consider, one of them being getting outside walking, hiking or biking. We have a variety of amazing trails in Maryland, so many that we can’t

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Summer Bodies Are Made In The Spring

Summer Bodies Are Made In The Spring

Summer bodies are made in the spring but you may have been working at this for awhile. There is always a renewed energy around the New Year to get in shape but then dies down around spring. Warm weather might be fast approaching, but there is still time to hold fast to your goals. Don’t let self-doubt get the best of you. As the quote goes, “Doubt is just success testing your spirit.” To motivate your spirit here are some motivational tips to re-jumpstart your summer workout goals.

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SMART Goals for Nutrition and Fitness

SMART Goals for Nutrition and Fitness

When starting a fitness and nutrition program, it is usually done with an objective in mind. Whether you are trying to lose weight or to wanting to train for a marathon, making real lifestyle changes requires careful planning. If you have been working out and eating better, but still have not seen the results you desire, it could be because your goals are too broad. Here are smart tips for setting SMART (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant and Time-bound) goals for nutrition and fitness.

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Benefits of a Corporate Wellness Program

Benefits of a Corporate Wellness Program

Are you a desk jockey, meaning do you work at a desk, sitting for hours a day? Medical researchers are finding more health dangers associated with excessive sitting, comparable to the dangers of smoking. Many studies have shown a link increasing the risks of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, cancer, even dementia. Sitting for extended periods of time have also led to in increase in obesity and metabolic syndromes, such as high blood pressure, and abnormal cholesterol levels. A popular trend combating this work related epidemic are Corporate Wellness Programs. The benefits of these programs are substantial, for the employer and employee alike.

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