Reform Your Own Healthcare

June 17, 2012

While our Supreme Court Justices debate the constitutionality of Obamacare, our country isn’t getting any healthier.  It is important to remember that whether it passes or not, this healthcare law will not make us healthier as individuals or a country.  This bill is about how much money healthcare costs and how to lower the cost […]

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Independent NYC Yoga Instructors Can Travel To Their Clients

June 8, 2012

Finding the means to exercise properly in the Big Apple can be quite an undertaking.  One must determine the type of exercise they want to do first. However, you might be delighted to learn of independent NYC yoga instructors that can travel to their clients. This can be beneficial for a number of different reasons. […]

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Exercise At Home, With Very Little Equipment

May 25, 2012

Yesterday was an awful day weatherwise.  Whether you work in an office or you work at home, this was not the kind of day that motivated you to head to the gym.  The skies were gray, the rain was hard.  Even a couple of claps of thunder rang through.  However, there is no reason that […]

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$1500 for Obesity or Personal Training, Your Choice

May 7, 2012

    On Average, obesity increases an individual’s health care costs by $1500 annually.  I am sure that most Americans can figure out several better ways to spend that kind of money.  Suddenly, the value menu doesn’t seem to be much of a value, does it?  While there are a great many things that $1500 […]

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Personal Trainers Have Heart

April 21, 2012

I spent the better part of this morning trying to help a woman on a fixed budget find a personal trainer in Manhattan. She had set aside an amount of money to work with a personal trainer for three months twice a week. I had started by gathering some information about her, her needs, and […]

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Fatherhood and Fitness in Manhattan

March 4, 2012

As parents, and for the purposes of this article, fathers, we spend a lot of our time doing things for others.  Whether it be pickups, drop offs, playdates, music classes, sports classes, diaper changes, shopping, cooking or something else on the never-ending list, there are few things that we do each day for ourselves.  But […]

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A NYC Health Coach or Nutritionist Can Get You On Track

February 22, 2012

New York City is the type of place where people are always trying to squeeze two minutes into one.  This hectic pace is at the peril of being able to make healthy choices.  Often corners are cut when it comes to habits such as activity, sleeping, or nutrition.  We tend to stay up later, grab […]

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Nutritionists Simply Know Nutrition

February 7, 2012

In the most basic sense of the it, food is fuel your body machine. People who live and work in as frenetic a place as New York City need to give their bodies the cleanest fuel just keep up with the pace of the day. That’s not easy for the active professional who is on […]

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You Probably Do it Everyday, Now Take Full Advantage

February 1, 2012

You probably do it everyday, almost involuntarily in most cases. You do it to wake yourself up. You do it to help you get moving. Subconsciously, you already know the benefits, but are not using the knowledge to further the cause. It the act of stretching and it has benefits far beyond just helping you […]

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Avoid New Gym Fear

January 26, 2012

Every year at this time people are quick to plop down their credit cards and blindly join a gym that is convenient to them. The thought crept into their heads in December about getting in shape in the New Year. I have to get in shape. Joining a gym is the only way. While there […]

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