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Holiday Fitness



Even though they have heaps of energy, your kids might also want to cuddle in front of the television instead of sweating it out. It’s about keeping your family motivated to adopt a healthy lifestyle all year round. Here are a few tips for keeping your children active during the winter months.


Nothing rings more true to me than “Failing to plan is planning to fail.” While you may be busy planning your 2014 goals, it’s also important to decide on your fitness plan for 2014. Here are a few things to consider.


There are a lot of myths regarding running in the cold. Some think the icy weather might even freeze their lungs and others just cannot handle the burning sensation experienced when breathing. Running in the cold is not ideal, but these uncomfortable obstacles can be faced and conquered.


Even though you might want to use the freezing winter weather as an excuse for not getting off the couch, there are ways in which you can still reach your fitness goals – even during blustery winters. During the winter, your running prep might call for a bit more planning than usual.


It happened again. You get on the scale after the holiday festivities and to your utter disbelief you’ve gained much more than just some down-time. The last thing you need to do is give yourself a guilt-trip. Reserve the effect that the holiday fun has had on your body by just making a few easy adjustments.



Running in the wind isn’t fun for everyone and, unfortunately, it’s not something that you can control. The only way to master this force of nature is to adjust your mindset and plan ahead. Let’s take a look at some of the best tips for running in the wind.



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