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7 Keys to Success When Choosing a Trainer or Fitness Facility

By Guest Blogger

Today’s guest blogger is Rochelle Rice, a New York City-based professional dedicated to empowering women of size by connecting the body, the mind, and the heart through focus, movement, and breath. She offers 7 tips on choosing a trainer or fitness facility that supports your needs and offers a size-friendly environment, which can be important in maintaining an active lifestyle. […] Read more »

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The Biggest Loser: The Case of the Caffeine Pills

By Lisa Christie

If it wasn’t clear already, after this week it should be. “The Biggest Loser” is not about health. It’s not about fitness. It’s not about long-lasting, long-term strategies for weight management. It’s about losing weight at all costs. I don’t watch the show, but paid some attention to it this week because of First Lady Michelle Obama’s appearance as part […] Read more »

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Fitness Friday: Your Fall Workout Playlist

By Lisa Christie

It’s been a few months since our last workout playlist, which means there is lots of new music out there (and old) that is great for working out. I asked some of our staff members what their favorite workout songs of the moment are, so their recommendations are intermingled with mine*: Avicii, Wake Me Up (courtesy of fitness intern, Monica […] Read more »

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40 Ways to Add More Movement to Your Life

By Guest Blogger

Today’s blog post was written by Monica Preisig, Green Mountain fitness intern, and is part of our top-40 series to mark Green Mountain’s 40th anniversary. Opportunistic Exercise Whether you are feeling stuck and unmotivated with your fitness routine, or are struggling with being active at all, one of the things we recommend at Green Mountain is to add movement to […] Read more »

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