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40 Ways to Add More Movement to Your Life

By Guest Blogger on 08/30/2013

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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Don’t Want to Exercise? Is Pink Luggage the Answer?

By Jill Carlson on 07/19/2013

Summer break for me started three weeks ago. Every morning I would get up at 8:30, eat breakfast and attend a 9:15 exercise class. My friend, also on break, marveled at my ability to get up at a decent hour and be out the door by 9:00. She said, “How do you do it? Do you just find an exercise […] Read more »

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Walking Meetings: A New Kind of Conference Room

By Lisa Christie on 07/12/2013

Who doesn’t love to kill two birds with one stone? The best bird-killing idea I’ve heard all week came from a TED Talk (see video below) and I knew immediately I needed to share it on the blog. Business innovator Nilofer Merchant discusses on the TED stage the benefits of doing walking meetings. Yes, getting out of conference rooms and […] Read more »

Fitness Friday: Get Real with Your Fitness Goals

By Lisa Christie on 06/21/2013

I’m a classic all-or-nothing thinker. In spite of being a Green Mountain alum and staff member, I find myself thinking this way if I don’t watch out. Usually it manifests itself with my fitness goals. If I can’t be kicking butt in Zumba (doing the more advanced routines) or hiking a good-sized mountain, I sometimes feel that it isn’t worth […] Read more »

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