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CANDY – Why We Crave It & How to Control Those Cravings

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How to do a Stability Ball Exchange

How to do Exercises and use the Fitness Equipment at LA Fitness.

Stability Ball Exchange

Lie on your back and place a stability ball between your ankles and feet. Next, reach up and grab the ball from between your feet and then lower your upper body and legs toward the ground, stopping a few inches short of touching the floor. Pause, and then return the ball to your feet and lower your legs and upper body toward the ground again. Continue for your desired number of repetitions.


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This is Your Body on an Alcohol Binge

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Debbie J., MS, RD contributed this article –

It seems that many people tend to overlook the ramifications of consuming large quantities of alcohol. In addition to the many major safety issues it can cause, it can also significantly impact your health.

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I am having trouble losing body fat around my midsection! Should I start monitoring my calories?

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20 High-Calorie Foods During The Holidays

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Debbie J., MS, RD contributed this article –

Though America is a melting pot of cultures and traditions, a common thread in the United States rings true: high-calorie foods are part of the holiday festivities this time of year. Take heed and reduce your portions or look for healthier alternatives to these calorie-laden favorites…if you want to fit into your clothes in 2016, that is.

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The A+ AUTUMN Workout – Part 3

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AEROBICS, ABS, ARMS & AWESOME Legs…ALL-in-One

Finish the fall season off with a bang with this third and final workout in our A+ Autumn Workout Series! For this installment of the A+ workout, we are once again going to combine the cardio row machine with a challenging new mixture of strength training exercises, for a complete workout that will have you well ahead of the curve this New Year.

Are you new to The A+ Autumn Workout? Click the link below to get started with Part 1 of this AWESOME workout series!

The A+ AUTUMN Workout – AEROBICS, ABS, ARMS & AWESOME Legs ALL-in-one

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Are YOU Working Out at the Right Time of Day?

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It seems like everybody has a different idea regarding the most effective time of day for working out. Some say morning is the most effective time of day, some say night, and ultimately many just work out when it is most convenient for them.

So, what time of the day is truly THE BEST time to exercise?

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The A+ AUTUMN Workout – AEROBICS, ABS, ARMS & AWESOME Legs ALL-in-One – Part 2

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Weeks 3 & 4

The sun is starting to set earlier and Thanksgiving is just around the corner — which can only mean one thing — fall is in full swing. This also means it’s time to get your fitness into full swing with the next workout in The A+ Autumn series!

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The Great Soda Controversy

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Debbie J., MS, RD contributed this article –

Soda has been around in one form or another for almost 200 years. First developed as a medicine but later enjoyed as a beverage, soda is one of the all-time favorite drinks of Americans that can now be found in over 30 flavors. One 12-ounce serving of regular soda contains about 150 calories and 10 teaspoons of sugar (37 grams). Unlike some other soft drinks (such as lemonade), soda is carbonated. With home carbonation systems, concocting your own sodas on demand may seem like an appealing option. However, have you ever wondered what’s really in that refreshing glass of fizz?

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How many calories should I eat per day if I weigh 173 pounds and want to lose weight?

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