‘Fitness’

Are You Using Exercise As A Diet?

By Erin Risius, MA

Did you know that our movement patterns tend to mirror our eating patterns? Yep. So, if you gravitate toward weight loss food diets odds are that you are ‘exercise dieting’ as well. What is exercise dieting… and why it isn’t helpful Exercise dieting is no pain/no gain exercise so punitive in nature (think: boot camps) and unfortunately is widely accepted as THE […] Read more »

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The Binge Eating Diaries: Springing Forward to Overcome Fitness Setbacks

By Jacki Monaco

AHHH! I’m frustrated! Let me start at the beginning… When Fitness Becomes Boring Over the past couple of months, my movement routine had become a snooze fest. I wasn’t enthusiastic or excited. I was BORED. And to be perfectly honest, I could feel myself getting lazy. I was at that point where I was going to the gym just to say […] Read more »

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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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