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How to Calculate Your Heart-Rate Training Levels

How to Calculate Your Heart-Rate Training Levels

If you are trying to improve your cardiovascular fitness, I suggest heart-rate training. It's a way to improve your fitness, whether you are a beginner or an advanced athlete. This type of program elevates your heart rate to the appropriate training level.   Here...

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Tips for Smarter Grocery Shopping

Tips for Smarter Grocery Shopping

I recently wrote about the importance of well-planned meal preparation. Today, I want to discuss grocery shopping - not the most favorite or fun of topics. Still, consider it as a pathway to healthy eating. As you likely know, eating healthy foods can significantly...

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Easy to Follow Tips for Weekly Meal Prepping!

Easy to Follow Tips for Weekly Meal Prepping!

Many of us have likely done a lot more cooking at home over the last several months, with restrictions in place to keep us safe during the pandemic. So, I thought a post about meal preparation might be timely! There are a few things you can do to make things go more...

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Five Great Exercises for a Full-Body Workout!

Five Great Exercises for a Full-Body Workout!

There is no shortage of full-body workouts. The right workout can help you transform your body or maintain a healthy fitness level. The challenge can be to find the best exercises that work the entire body. Below are five excellent full-body workouts you can try at...

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The Benefits of Wearing Compression

The Benefits of Wearing Compression

Compression socks and sleeves have gotten a fair amount of attention lately.  They've been popular with people who spend a lot of time on their feet or are bedridden - both have concerns about proper circulation. In recent years, however, compression has become...

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How to Add More Vegetables to Your Diet – Creatively!

How to Add More Vegetables to Your Diet – Creatively!

If you're not eating the recommended 2-3 servings of vegetables daily, you're not eating enough veggies. Most Americans aren't. One serving amounts to one cup of most vegetables. Raw leafy greens are two cups per serving. But you don't have to eat your veggies as a...

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Check Out These Netflix Health-Related Documentaries

Check Out These Netflix Health-Related Documentaries

If you'd like to learn more about food and nutrition, you might try watching some television. Netflix, to be specific. You will find there numerous informative documentaries that you could find particularly helpful.  Super Size Me:  Dating back to 2004, Super Size Me...

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Eight Reasons to Draw Inspiration from our Military!

Eight Reasons to Draw Inspiration from our Military!

There's no denying Americans' appreciation for the men and women who serve in the military defending our democracy! So, we thought we'd pay tribute to them. You can draw inspiration from them when you feel challenged in life, including when you're trying so hard to...

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Is It Time to Throw Away Athletic Shoes & Bras?

Is It Time to Throw Away Athletic Shoes & Bras?

Did you know your workout items - especially shoes and bras - have a shelf life? They can be the most significant (and important) investment after a gym membership or private trainer. You need to replace them regularly. For bras and shoes, that can mean yearly! Annual...

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The Basics about Hydration Heading into Summer

The Basics about Hydration Heading into Summer

Summer's coming. It's time to hydrate! As the weather warms up, you need to drink more water. If it were only that simple! There are a lot of things to know about how to hydrate safely. Let's start with two basic points about hydration: Although it's not likely to...

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Why Kelly Fitness?

Mission:
Being a season Fitness Coach I started my career in the (90’s). The days when low fat and high carbs were all the rage…oh and lots of cardio. With new research available to us now, we know that this is just not the way our bodies were meant to be fueled and workout for optimal health. Watch the video below to learn more! 

 

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