‘Fitness’

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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If Only….

By Lisa Ann Citarella

Alum Lisa Ann Citarella shares such a powerful message in today’s blog. Read it and celebrate! If Only…. “If only I hadn’t said that…” “If only I were smarter…” “If only I had taken that chance…” Sound familiar? Self Acceptance, Compassion & Care If you’re like most of us, you’re painfully aware of the way we hold ourselves back–waiting for […] Read more »

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Fall Fitness: 8 Tips for Autumn Activities

By Lori Wright, CPT

Fall has arrived here at Green Mountain at Fox Run.  The mountains are turning their glorious shades of oranges and yellows.  The faint smell of wood smoke is in the cooler air, with bluer skies and silver-gray lined clouds.  You can feel the anticipation of the colder weather to come. By taking advantage of the warm sunny afternoons, fall is […] Read more »

Is Sitting the New Smoking?

By Erin Risius, MA

Health experts are claiming that the risk of heart attack for people who sit all day is equal to smoking. Smoking! Sitting & The Increased Risk for Heart Attacks According to Medicine and Science in Sports Exercise, people who sit most of the day have a higher risk of cardiovascular disease and increased mortality risk compared to those who sit very […] Read more »

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