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Feb 2013

Beginner Workout w/ Personal trainer- home-hotel

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Join Danielle for today’s MY FIT HERO Daily Fusion Fit beginner workout routines. Join in the fun of free exercises from home. Just leave comments that you did it, SUBSCRIBE to my feed, and share it with your friends! The key to getting results is changing up what it is you are doing!

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Feb 2013

Vacation Weight Gain-Vacation Weight loss

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All that hard work to get in great shape for your spring break trip or weekend at the beach. Then just one weekend away and you feel like a beached whale.

So! If you like pina coladas, but don’t want the vacation weight gain, then read on to see what personal trainer and Isagenix Nutrition Coach Danielle Wasser suggests for your next trip. You are going to have to combine your play time with your drinking time, in order to reduce the calories.

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Feb 2013

How a stronger CORE can improve your 5k time, by Personal Trainer, Danielle Wasser

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Want a tip to improve your 5k time? It’s your core.

We all want Jillian’s abs, but that’s not the only reason to rock the plank. “A strong core stabilizes your hips and pelvis when you run a 5k, enabling you to go faster and farther,” says physical therapist Christine Melzoso, the director of Recovery Physical Therapy in New York city.

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Feb 2013

Daily Exercise Fusion Fit 6 minute workout

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Join Danielle for the MY FIT HERO FUSION FIT EXERCISE. She will give you a few moves that target the entire body that you can add to your workout routine. The key to getting results is changing up what it is you are doing!

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Feb 2013

Calorie comparison – Eat in? or Dine Out?

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96 % of entrees sold in American chain restaurants contain more than a third of the USDA’s daily recommended amounts for calories, sodium and oral fat or saturated fat, according to a study in PUBLIC HEALTH NUTRITION. In a pinch, order from the children’s menu for instant portion control and likely less fat calories.

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Feb 2013

What happens to your body aboard a flight- by Wellness Coach, Danielle Wasser

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Whether you are in first class or coach, being 30,000 lies in the blue skies takes it toll on your body.

Flight Health Risk #1:
Sinuses and Stomach- The planes filteres ultra low humidity air can dry out your airways, stripping your nostrils of their protective mucous layer. Wihtout that barrier, germs may have an easier time infecting your body’s cells. Your best defenses are keeping your fingers out of your eyes and nose, and washing your hands often.

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Feb 2013

Seafood can improve your eyesight by Nutrition Coach, Danielle Wasser

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Seafood can improve your eyesight.
Curious how seafood can improve your eyesight?
Researchers are still discovering the many benefits of omega-3 fatty acids, which are found in seafood: fish, nuts and oils. For starters, its known that these fats lower triglycerides and improve heart function, and they may boost memory. Now a study in the archives of Opthalmology suggest they may protect your eyes! Even if you have 20/20 vision, your eye muscles become less flexible with age, making focusing more difficult.

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Feb 2013

Cigarette damage affects more than you think, by Nutrition Isagenix coach Danielle Wasser

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But did you know they’re also bad for your brain? One study shows that former smokers have better memory skills than people who still light up. “Inhaling high levels of carbon monoxide from tobacco smoke may diminish the amount of oxygen rich blood reaching the brains says lead researcher Thomas Heffernan, PD.D. In the study, smokers who puffed about 60 cigarettes a weeks had 19 percent less memory recall than those who had quit. Even an occasional cigarette is bad news. Smoking just two cigarettes narrows arteries for days afterward. The good news: being smoke-free for two and a half years ups your ability to remember by 24 percent. Maybe this will help you think twice before you pick up the next cigarette.

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