• MARCH 5, 2014
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    Tips For An Optimal Workout

    Tips for an Optimal Workout Attempt to work out at the same time every day. Do not work out or exercise on an empty stomach.  Your last meal should be 1-1.5 hours prior to the start of your workout. Warm up properly (please refer our Blog on proper warm ups). Your exercise sessions should last

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    • SEPTEMBER 4, 2017
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    The Risks of Wearing Flip Flops

               The iconic summer sandal is becoming more renowned for the negative effects that they can have on a person’s body. Experts continually say that flip flops provide no support for a person’s foot. Wearing flip flops changes the way your body moves and walks.  Your steps become shorter pressuring your

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    • SEPTEMBER 10, 2014
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    The Danger of High Heels

    Women wear high heels on a regular basis to emphasize feminity and beauty. High heels may look great as it gives the appearance of increased length in the legs and overall height. Unfortunately, high heels can pose serious long-term health problems that go far beyond the temporary pain felt after wearing them. “Any time you

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    • NOVEMBER 1, 2016
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    The Best Pillow For Your Sleep Position

    Are you a back, stomach or side sleeper? Download the flyer below, to find out more about the perfect pillow for you! Click Here to Download  

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    • MARCH 5, 2014
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    Taking Care of Yourself

    Most adults have responsibilities to their career, family, and finances.  They always seem to be in a rush.  They are too busy to take a holiday, eat breakfast, sleep, stretch, exercise, and so on.  Not surprisingly, many people suffer from a stiff neck that they have had since high school, or have frequent headaches.  Without

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    • SEPTEMBER 5, 2017
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    Stretching Before & After Physical Activity

    By stretching on a regular basis the muscles and joints within a person’sbody will be able to bend, twist, and reach with ease. This is because when the body stretches it makes muscles easier to bend and move while at the same time retraining the nervous system to become more adaptable to the new capabilities

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