Exercising your way through breast cancer and beyond…

Exercising your way through breast cancer and beyond…

For someone who has been diagnosed with breast cancer, just the thought of having to undergo surgery, chemotherapy or radiation treatments, can make even the most stalwart person feel overwhelmed, anxious, and less likely to maintain a regular exercise program. Once the surgery is over and treatment begins, fatigue, range of motion issues, and other side effects can zap energy and make exercise seem far too much of a chore, Read more »
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September 18, 2013
Directing a First Year Race (A Study in Crazy)

Directing a First Year Race (A Study in Crazy)

By Joey Lee Whether you’re a runner, walker or someone supporting a charity, most of you have probably participated in some sort of organized run/walk event. Chances are that event went off very smoothly and was a great experience…but do you know what went into planning and hosting it? I can assure you, they don’t just happen. It takes painstakingly careful planning and organization to pull one off. What you see on Read more »
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September 18, 2013
Collegiate Fitness

Collegiate Fitness

why exercise is important for your body, mind and spirit By Mirella P. Auchus, Ph.D., MBA, Licensed Psychologist Going to college represents a major life transition and developmental step into adulthood! There are multitudes of wonderful and exciting changes and opportunities that await you. You will be meeting people and living on your own with no curfews, no one to tell you when to eat, what to eat, when to study and Read more »
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July 09, 2013
What’s really behind the burn during and after exercise?

What’s really behind the burn during and after exercise?

By Brian B. Parr, Ph.D., ACSM Certified Clinical Exercise Specialist Imagine you are out running or cycling, cruising along at a speed that is intense but sustainable. Then imagine you start up a long hill. At first you can keep your pace pretty easily, but soon the hill starts to get your attention as it gets more difficult to maintain your speed. Then you feel it… the fatigue, heaviness, and weakness Read more »
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July 09, 2013
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