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Digestive Health after the Holidays


Heavy holiday meals can take their toll on your digestive system. If you’re eager to get back on track, here are a few strategies for improving your gut health. Drink water. The holiday season is filled with many delicious beverages, making water a distant memory for many revelers. And, peppermint spice lattes, hot apple cider and steaming cup of mulled ... Read More »

Set SMART Goals for Success

SMART Goals: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and Time Based - key to achieving your goals

By Wendy Moltrup, MS, CHES Are you setting goals for success? Staying motivated and achieving change is easier when you set SMART goals — goals that are Specific, Measurable, Action-Oriented, Realistic and Time-based1. For example, instead of the goal “I’ll exercise more,” we’ll turn this into a SMART goal. Specific When setting goals for success, be specific about what you ... Read More »

Overcoming Exercise Burnout: Coaching for Exercise Adherence


Take the Quiz > By Elizabeth Saunders, Certified Spinning® Instructor | Missouri, United States You have a new participant in your Spinning® class and two months later, they haven‘t missed a class. Another month passes and their attendance becomes sporadic. Eventually they stop coming to class altogether. Sound familiar? That individual has most likely put working out at the bottom ... Read More »