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4 Exercises to Strengthen Your Rotator Cuff

This article may contain affiliate links that I earn from with qualifying purchases.  I wouldn’t suggest something unless I thought it was useful. First let’s start with how to pronounce this…it is NOT “Rotator CUP” it is actually called the “Rotator CUFF.”  The Rotator cuff is not just ONE muscle, in fact it is several. […]

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5 Ways to Positivity & Productivity

Ever find yourself in the depths of negativity?  Sitting in front of the T.V knowing you should be doing something useful, but instead telling yourself how lazy you feel, or are, just sulking in the misery you put yourself in?  What if I told you, YOU have the power to change it? It wasn’t long […]

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Weight-Training Revieled-Add Resistance Increase Weight-Loss

Weight-training, also known as resistance training, has many benefits to the human body, both physiologically and physically, and in regards to performance.  It’s too bad there is a huge misconception about using weights when trying to lose weight. Dumbbells, weight machines and big, bulky muscles come to mind when people hear “weight-training.” Well, let me […]

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7 Reasons to Drink Water

Our body’s are made up of roughly 60% water and our muscles are made up of nearly 80% water which is vital in their function.  Below you will find 7 reasons to drink water… *as an affiliate of Amazon, I earn from qualifying purchases* 1.) Boost Metabolism Drinking water in the morning can indirectly boost […]

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Sugar-What to Know-Why and How to Avoid it.

Oh the wonderful joys of a warm, chocolatey cupcake or big bowl of ice cream, or…well…what about both together?  (Excuse me while I wipe my drool). How many times have we heard, don’t eat sugar, sugar is bad, there’s a lot of sugar in that can of pop there?  So what is it that is […]

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4 Tips to Know About When Reading a Food Label

Shopping for “healthy food” can be a bit daunting, I know…especially when trying to read food labels.  I want to help make that a bit easier by sharing a few tips.  Over the years, I have learned, that the more ingredients in an item, usually means the less nutritious it is. If you think about […]

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How to Make an Ice Pack at Home

At some point in our lives we’ve injured ourselves, or maybe our child has and we need an ice pack to help reduce pain and swelling.  While a bag of ice cubes will work it can be quite difficult to put on our bony and uneven body parts because it doesn’t have the flexibility to […]

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10 Seated Stretches to Do While Sitting at Your Desk Job

Sitting, in general, can really put stress on our entire back, head, neck and shoulders; especially for long periods of time; which can also kill your posture and end up causing pain and postural dysfunctions.  What can you do to relieve some of that stress and tension when you sit all day at your job? […]

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