‘Fitness’

Is Jogging Really Bad For You?

By Lori Wright, CPT

Study: Strenuous Joggers As Likely To Die As Sedentary Non-Joggers I have to admit I did an internal victory dance (like the ones football players do when they score a touchdown) after reading about the study posted by the Journal of American College of Cardiology, which reported that jogging is bad for you – well, strenuous jogging for long periods […] Read more »

Strenuous Joggers As Likely To Die As Sedentary Non-Joggers

Keeping Fitness Going When the Feet Say No

By Beth Turchi

If it’s not one thing, it’s another….Beth tells us how she keeps going even with the kind of challenges that life often presents. I have bad feet.  Really bad feet. I’ve had major surgery on the right twice (to remove bone fragments) and have plantar fasciitis and Achilles tendonitis in both. I suppose it was all that crazy dancing in the […] Read more »

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6 Ways Yoga Can Help You Achieve a Healthy Weight

By Lori Wright, CPT

When I began my yoga journey seven years ago, I must admit that I had these fantasies of looking “like a yoga instructor.”  You know – the ones with the slim bodies and long arms and legs that seem to stretch on for miles? Well, it didn’t take long for reality to set in for this 5’ 1” athletic-built girl […] Read more »

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A Young Women’s Emotional Eating and Healthy Weight Retreat

By Marsha Hudnall MS, RDN, CD

Do you know a young woman aged 18-25 who feels like this? We see them frequently at Green Mountain. They’re overwhelmed with life, often caught in transition from teenage high school years to college, or looking at completing college soon and have no idea what to do with their lives. Combine that with worry over eating, weight, body image — […] Read more »

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