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Finding Your Fitness Sweet Spot – Reaching Your Goals

In my previous post, I provided the measurement tools that Lisa Priestly and I talked about in my recent Nancercize internet radio show, “Finding Your Fitness Sweet Spot.” In this post, I’ll be providing you with Lisa’s recommended template – how to put exercise to use to reach your specific goals and based on your lifestyle. Believe me, the particulars vary greatly depending on whether you’re raring to lose a significant amount of weight, or whether you’re job is “beating you up.”

To listen to the complete episode, please go to
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/nancercize/2010/02/26/find-your-fitness-sweet-spot--part-2

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Muscle Activation Techniques--One Powerful Answer to Pain

A couple of years ago, my right hip was giving me a of trouble--so much so that I was tossing and turning all night, limping, and turning into quite the grouch. not good for a fitness instructor. I tried everything I knew of--herbs, acupuncture, massage, heat, cold, rest, exercise, physical therapy, yoga, weight lifting--nothing  Read More 
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Finding Your Fitness Sweet Spot – Tools for Measuring

Is your fitness program balanced? Is it providing what you need to get the benefits you’re after? When it comes to fitness there’s no one size fits all, as was made clear in my recent Nancercize internet radio show, “Finding Your Fitness Sweet Spot,” a conversation with personal trainer and yoga instructor Lisa Priestly. To listen to the complete episode, please go to http://www.blogtalkradio.com/nancercize/2010/02/26/find-your-fitness-sweet-spot--part-2

Your sweet spot is like that point in a tennis racquet that gives you the power to hit the ball out of the court. How can you find your own fitness “sweet spot?” Like me, Lisa believes in customized workouts, based on your goals and your current fitness level. Read More 
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