fitness

Being Nutritionally Fit is VITAL for Peak Performance

By Reagan Dean, CWCC Member Many people think that if they exercise, they are “fit”.  But, did you know that most people are not “nutritionally fit”?  Peak performance deserves an excellent diet, yet in today’s busy world, it’s hard to get enough of the good stuff on a daily basis. With all good intentions, most […]

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How Yoga changed the way I do business

By Stephanie Lindquist, CWCC member I started practicing Yoga in college and have become an increasingly more devoted practitioner as my life has become busier, my business has grown and my kids have entered my life.  My life is complicated – not as much as some but more than many – and I often get […]

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Guest Column: Keeping your Calm with Fitness

In stressful times, wise people know they need to work out. We are a stressed out nation; but ironically our fitness choices may be adding to our stress. If you've ever had a high intensity workout that stayed in hyper mode while racing against the clock and foregoing a good stretch cool down, you may know what it feels like to walk out of a work out with more agitation and/or stress than you walked into it with. Thankfully it will always be true that fitness practices can de-stress us and lead us into a centering calm. We can always exercise freedom of choice when answering this question: Will I benefit from the chance to de-stress through my workouts or not?

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Guest Column: Exercise and The Mind

Words on Health & Fitness from Roseanna Frechette My love of exercise goes back to childhood. I have always simply loved to move! But not everyone does. Many people resist exercise. This resistance is understandable considering the long to-do list we carry around in our brains along with the details of accomplishing whatever professional and […]

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