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Get Your Kids to Fall In Love With Working Out!

Physical activity increases blood flow to the brain, feeding it with oxygen and learning-boosting nutrients like glucose. In a study, researchers found that 15-45 minutes of exercise before school reduces fidgeting among children by 50 percent. In another study, with different groups of students, the group that exercised the most…

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4 Tips for Exercise Motivation

Are you already struggling to keep up your exercise routine? Don’t fret! There are Mindful ways for you to stick to your exercise plan and see your summer body come through. 4 Mindful Tips for Exercise Motivation  Curate a Personalized Workout Playlist Do you like to listen to music while…

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Jumping Rope Stops Stress

When was the last time you jumped rope? It is portable, inexpensive, and a great exercise that reduces stress while giving you a great workout that burns tons of calories. You can jump rope alone but it is also a great fun, family activity. For instance, here are jump rope workout…

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5 Tips for a Meditative Morning Run

Do you have a busy morning routine? Most people do, and unfortunately, they may have to choose between making time for morning exercises or meditations. But, there is a solution. By taking up running, men and women can get a cardio workout while they meditate. Most people take up running…

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Athletics Heals Anxiety

Athletics is a natural anxiety relief. Exercise improves our mental and emotional health by releasing our body’s “feel-good” chemical, endorphins. Exercise helps us release built-up tension in a healthy way and helps us get a better night’s sleep. Individuals who participate in any type of exercise, including walking, experience great…

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Amazing Benefits of Family Exercising Together

It’s “Exercise With Your Child Week.” Studies show families that exercise, eat meals and play together have stronger family bonds and are mentally and physically healthier. Our technological society has drawn our families into our homes in front of a screen instead of moving and playing together which creates health…

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