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  1. Exploring All Around You

    by on 10-03-2012 at 10:10 AM
    Let's face it, we're all too busy. Sometimes it feels like I'm running from one appointment to another. After work I'm cramming in errands, projects around the house and so much more. With so much going on and so many ways for your mobile devices and computers to fill your free time, it is difficult to get outside.

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    I try to get a short walk in on my lunch break or sometime during my work day. It is amazing what 10 minutes outside will do to
  2. 5 Exercise Tips to Whip You Into Shape for Ski Season

    by on 09-27-2011 at 08:03 AM (Sierra Blogging Post)
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    For many people, that first day back on the slopes can be tough. Most people go through a period of "getting their ski legs back," which often means enduring some soreness and fatigue those first few days back in the bindings. Of course, ski season is still a few months away, and starting a conditioning exercise routine in the fall could help you ease back onto the slopes this winter with little or no pain.

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  3. The All-Time, Top Five Calorie Burning, Fat Busting Workouts

    by on 06-17-2011 at 01:00 PM (Sierra Blogging Post)
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ID:	580Staying fit is all the rage, and why shouldn't it be—it's healthy! Of course, there are copious amounts of fitness routines, workout techniques and exercise devices to choose from. The shear variety can be off-putting if you're just starting out, or getting back into shape. If you really want to get the most bang for your buck (although most of these are virtually free), I've broken down the top five calorie-burning, fat-melting, metabolism-boosting workout strategies.
  4. Super Food: Cherries Help Athletes Recover Faster

    by on 02-19-2011 at 09:00 AM (Sierra Blogging Post)
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ID:	83Are you a fan of fresh cherries? Well, if you are, it appears that this sweet, delectable little fruit may actually help athletes. According to new research published in the American College of Sports Medicine's journal Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, cherry juice can actually reduce muscle damage and help athletes recover faster after a rigorous workout. Pretty sweet!

    Researchers at the Sports and Exercise Science Research Center at London