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Posted: January 24, 2017

It's not Rocket science... having an accountability partner for exercise and nutrition is VERY valuable.  You can find great support if you get your spouse, significant other, or even a friend on the bandwagon with you!  So, rather than fall victim to the same old Valentine's gift of a large box of chocolates, why not make a commitment to change your lifestyle your gift to one another! It's great to commit to stay healthy for each other and to keep each other accountable.  Your time together in exercise will help bond you and bring you closer, and you will live longer and have more happy years together.  Many people have strengthened their relationships this way - not just their married relationships, but also relationships with children, friends, and other family members.  It shows that you care about the other person because you want them to live a long and healthy life. 

Plan your workouts in advance and make sure you are there for your partner and for yourself.                

Remember, exercise isn't just to look good physically, it could save your life some day.

4 Ways to Get Into a Positive Mindset for the New Year

Posted: January 05, 2017

With the New Year in sight, you may be starting to think about making resolutions.

Having a sunny outlook can help you make better resolutions and be more successful in achieving them. "When the brain is positive, [it] releases neurochemicals called success accelerants like dopamine and they turn on part of the brain that allow you to perceive more possibilities [and] process more information," says happiness expert Shawn Achor. A pessimistic mindset, by contrast, causes the brain to feel threatened, closing it off to new opportunities.


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