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March 7, 2013 • New Blog Posts

Winter is a great time to focus on the weight room, building strong muscles that will keep you from injury and help you to become a more dynamic runner. While I’m a big proponent of pilates for strengthening muscles, especially core muscles, I also like to incorporate weights into my strength training workouts. There are…

Fitness Business Reviews »

Seacoast Fitness Daly Class Review: Surf’s Up – Getting On Board With SurfSET Fitness For A Super Stoked Workout!

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As a follow-up from my post earlier this fall on SurfSET Fitness, Catchin’ The Surfing Fitness Wave: Paddle Your Way To “The Perfect Workout”, I headed on down to Boston to get my surf on in a FREE demo clas. Turns out that Boston was the final stop on Surfset Fitness’ 8-week and 22-city Get On Board Tour. They held three… Read More ›

Fitness Food »

Seacoast Fitness “Spotlight”: Fitness Nutrition Tips to Boost Energy & Endurance – Dr.’s Orders

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Like many fitness enthusiasts, athletes and weekend warriors, I struggle to balance proper nutrition, good eating habits and maintaining my energy levels for my weekly workouts in the gym, at yoga class and on training runs (and swims) during the winter. So I was excited to attend Dr. Jeff Donatello‘s presentation on “the Nutritionally Deficient… Read More ›

General Fitness »

Fitness Inspiration for the New Year: We All Need Coaching to Give A Little Bit & Carry On!

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I don’t know about you, but I have been rearing and ready to attack my health & fitness goals head-on in 2013. Bring it on. I plan to work out 6 days/week and eat much healthier, with lots more veggies in my diet. I also am training for my first half-marathon, the Wallis Sands Half in… Read More ›

Hydration »

The Great Fitness Debate: How Best to Hydrate – Water vs. Sports Drinks

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There seem to be so many varying opinions these days on how best to stay hydrated for fitness, workouts, races, and even endurance events like marathons and triathlons. What’s better? Should athletes stick with plain ol’ H2O or do we need the fancy sports drinks with the extra electrolytes and carbohydrates? This is the great… Read More ›

New Blog Posts »

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Winter is a great time to focus on the weight room, building strong muscles that will keep you from injury and help you to become a more dynamic runner. While I’m a big proponent of pilates for strengthening muscles, especially core muscles, I also like to incorporate weights into my strength training workouts. There are…

Outdoor/Extreme Sports »

Your Workouts Should Be More Like Recess: Go Outside and Play!

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Like most things in life, exercising and staying fit all comes back to what your mother used to tell you when you were a kid, get out of the house and go outside and play! Who knew mom was on the cutting edge of health and fitness back in the day? But hey, mom’s always… Read More ›

Running »

FITspiration: Workout Words of Wisdom – Carry On!

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QOTD: “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act, but a habit.” – Aristotle I was reminded of this inspirational quote last week when I ran into a former Stonehill Women’s Lacrosse player of mine in Boston. The next day I stumbled across an old thank you letter from another former player…. Read More ›

Sports/Fitness Health & Nutrition »

“Food Coaches” Help Build College Football (Nutrition) Champions

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In a recent Sacramento Beenews story by Daniel Johnson titled “College football’s top 25 competing for ‘food coaches’ to gain performance edge”, the Collegiate & Professional Sports Dietitians Association (CPSDA) reported that “Food Coaches” – aka sports registered dietitians (Sports RDs), have been hired by many of the top Divsision I FBS college football programs to help give… Read More ›

Swimming for Fitness »

Portsmouth Outdoor Pool – Seacoast Summer Lovin’

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The Portsmouth Outdoor Pool out at Peirce Island is a true hidden fitness gem on the Seacoast of NH. For summer pool workouts or just a quick dip to cool off, I am lovin’ this pool during summer! What a treat and treasure for Seacoast residents, fitness enthusiasts and summer visitors alike. If you need… Read More ›

Yoga »

“Guest Blog”: Discover Balance, Coordination and More with Yoga (by Carolyn Fallon)

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Recently I tried my first yoga class.  It was a completely new experience, and it was a surprisingly personal and spiritual one.  In fact, I found the novelty really exciting. A little fitness background about me: I am heavily into spinning and kickboxing classes.  Both are intense and great ways to get out my aggression…. Read More ›

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