June 2013

Not just child’s play, trampoline classes are popping up in gyms across the country. Trampoline workouts are not only a quick way to tighten, tone, and build core strength, they can also shred calories and boost cardio as effectively as going for a run, but without the stress on your joints! Keep Reading

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This year, celebrate the Fourth of July with these fun ideas your kids will, literally, eat up!  These recipes and clever ideas are kid friendly so your kids can make their own Independence Day creations! Keep Reading

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On Your Mark, Get Set, GO!

by Mel on June 20, 2013

There are several reasons people commit to run in an organized race.  The top reason most runners say is MOTIVATION!  Another one of the top reasons is FUN!  If you have never completed an organized race, now it the time!  Summer offers several races to fit any ability.  So check out the local races in your town and get movin’! Keep Reading

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Frozen yogurt shops are popping up all over!  But, is frozen yogurt actually better for you than ice cream?  It depends; some premium brands of ice cream contain 3 times more calories and 5 times more fat than frozen yogurt!  But, some frozen yogurt can still stacks up equally to ice cream when you look at sugar content.  One of the healthiest routes may be to make your own homemade frozen yogurt. Keep Reading

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Have a Healthy Summer!

by Rachelle on June 12, 2013

Summer vacation brings more freedom for kids; meanwhile, routines go out the window.  This lack of structure can lead to unhealthy snacking and boredom eating for many children. How can we keep our kids eating healthy this summer?  Here are some tips on how to stay on track over the coming months. Keep Reading

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Weekend Warrior Workouts

by Mel on June 6, 2013

Do you have too much going on during the workweek to exercise?  Squeeze in your workout on the weekend!  Long work days and busy schedules have produced a breed of exercisers nicknamed weekend warriors.   Learn how weekend warriors get the most of their exercise time and avoid injury! Keep Reading

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Children ages 2-8 should get at least 3-5 ounces of grains a day, and at least half should come from whole grains.  Eating more whole grains is an easy way to make your diet healthier. Whole grains are packed with nutrients including protein, fiber, B vitamins, antioxidants, and trace minerals.  Read more helpful tips on how to get your family to eat more whole grains.  And try our delicious Honey-Oatmeal Wheat Bread recipe that’s packed with nutritious whole grains! Keep Reading

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