Heart Awareness

February 8, 2017 | posted in: Exercise, Fitness Tip of the Week | by

So, you know that small organ that’s pumping in your chest? It’s a pretty important organ, kind of a big deal. This is your chance to start thinking about that little, hard-working ball of muscle. It only provides oxygen to every cell in your body. Besides breathing, it’s the main reason we are alive. Why..

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Are You Doing All You Can to Prevent Heart Disease?

February 24, 2016 | posted in: Exercise, Fitness Tip of the Week, Nutrition | by

February is American Heart Month. Since heart disease is the leading killer of both men and women in the United States, it is an extremely important topic for our health, fitness and overall well-being. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that approximately every 25 seconds, an American suffers a coronary event.  It is..

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American Heart Month

February 17, 2016 | posted in: Exercise, Fitness Tip of the Week, Nutrition | by

So, you know that small organ that’s pumping in your chest? It’s a pretty important organ, kind of a big deal. This is your chance to start thinking about that little, hard-working ball of muscle. It only provides oxygen to every cell in your body. Besides breathing, it’s the main reason we are alive. Why..

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January Monthly Articles

January 2, 2014 | posted in: Fitness Articles - Monthly | by

Happy New Year! Don’t make a “New Year’s Resolution”, make a lifestyle change that will improve your health!  Start 2014 right and check out the monthly health articles collected by IDEA Health & Fitness Association: Leisure-time Activity Helps Heart Health Leisure-time physical activity is generally considered any exercise, sports or recreational activity that is not job..

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Heart Awareness

February 20, 2013 | posted in: Exercise, Fitness Tip of the Week | by

So, you know that small organ that’s pumping in your chest? It’s a pretty important organ, kind of a big deal. This is your chance to start thinking about that little, hard-working ball of muscle. It only provides oxygen to every cell in your body. Besides breathing, it’s the main reason we are alive. Why..

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