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Healthy Halloween

Published on October 29, 2014 By Sherri

halloween2Halloween launches the holiday weight gain season but it doesn’t have to be that way.  You CAN have a healthy Halloween! It’s easy to be tempted by candy, treats, parties, dinners but if you’re proactive, you can maintain your fitness routine and healthy physique for the next 2 months and eliminate the need to start from scratch or reverse a lot of damage on January 1st.

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Exercises For Skiing and Snowboarding

Published on October 29, 2012 By Sherri

Snow, snow, snow on the mountains. For many of us in the Northwest, the only thing that can get us through the wet months that lay ahead is knowing that if it’s raining down here, it’s snowing in the mountains!

Skiing and snowboarding are amazing sports and they are very intense.  Be prepared to hit the mountain with some strength this winter.  Try these workouts to get you there!

After a light warm-up, do these exercises below 3 times per week on alternating days. Do each of the four exercises for one minute with a 30 second table top in between each exercise. That will take you about 6 minutes. Take a 2 minute break, and then do it again. It will only take you 15 minutes, but it should be a fast-paced, intense workout to make it count. Be sure to fit in Read more on Exercises For Skiing and Snowboarding…

They Like Spiders Too!

Published on October 8, 2012 By Sherri

Halloween candy is yummy, but kids like spiders too…spider rings that is.  The truth is that, although kids love to get candy, many of them would like just as much to get some cool new Halloween pencils or pens, spooky stickers, tattoos, or spider rings.  Or you can even try one of these options:

Mini rice cereal bites.
Packages of trail mix.
Cereal or energy bars
Small boxes of raisins.
Small packages of dried fruit.
Sugar-free gum.
Mini juice boxes.

You may not be the “coolest” parent on the block, but  at least you can feel good about the fact that you’re not sending your neighbors’ kids into sugar oblivion!

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