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It’s Time for Change in 2014 with this Fall’s Time Change

Time Change Day Light Saving Time LA Fitness 2014 Autumn Fall Time Change

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Daylight Saving Spring Time Change 2014 Can Help You #MoveMoreBurnMore

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‘Fallback’ Time, Helpful Reminders and Tips for the Time Change this Fall

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Fuel your Workouts to Maximize Your Results

Fuel Your Workout and Maximize Your Results

This article was contributed by Debbie M., MS, RD 

Did you know that during anaerobic activity like resistance training, sugar is your body’s primary fuel source?

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Daylight Saving Time Change 2013 is this Weekend, Spring Forward Your Clocks and Your Fitness

Time to Spring your Clocks forward againThat’s right, this weekend marks that time of year again when we all sacrifice an hour of sleep in the wee hours of Sunday morning in order to gain a precious extra hour of daylight to enjoy in the evenings for the next eight months. So mark your calendars and set your alarms because on Sunday, March 10th, 2013 at 2 a.m. we all need to “spring forward” our clocks one hour as we tear apart the space-time continuum warping time as it instantaneously changes from 2 a.m. to 3 a.m.
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13.1 Miles Away and 6 Pounds to Go, Joey’s Goals Meet the Flu Season

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Interval Training 101 – Lose Weight, Get Ripped, GET RESULTS!

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70 lbs. Lost and Counting – Real Stories Heads to Hockeytown

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Emotional, Exhausting and Exhilarating – The Half Marathon (Part II)

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Pre Race Jitters and Preparation – The Half Marathon (Part I)

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What You Need to Know About Piriformis Syndrome

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Real Stories Next Stop, The Evergreen State

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Sandy Runs a 5K Race and Leaves her Plateau in the Dust

With some additional encouragement from her family, Sandy decided to train for a 5K run — 3.1 miles — to help her advance her fitness goal and defeat that pesky weight loss plateau. Of course it took some extra convincing from her niece, but Sandy understands that this challenge comes with great rewards and feelings of achievement.

It’s nice to have my family behind me,” said Sandy. “And yes, my niece really did talk me into it (participating in the 5K).”

The payoff was sweet! Sandy crossed the finish line and left her plateau in the dust — she now weighs 148 pounds! Last time we caught up with Sandy she had run into the dreaded “plateau,” and she was stuck at 152 pounds.

“It did move me to the next goal,” said Sandy about training for and running a 5K. “I finally got below 150 (pounds).”

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How Running in a 5K Race can Help you Lose Weight

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