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A Heart Felt Look at Almonds

Thursday, April, 23rd, 2015 at 12:17 am by Dan Schliebe

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Almonds will surprise you. At first glance nuts in general may seem like a food to avoid. Their small servings are high in fat AND calories. Yet more and more research is showing that foods rich in monounsaturated fat, like one of their stars the almond, can make you healthier. These delicious nuts can give you satisfaction that frees your body up to give you energy instead of process toxins. They are energy rich and [Read More...]

Burning It Up With Boot Camps

Sunday, April, 19th, 2015 at 9:21 pm by Dan Schliebe

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Boot camp workouts have become very popular these days. They are offered in gyms, in parking lots outside the gym, on a grassy slope and in endless types of parks. Why are they among the popular ways to exercise as a group? This type of a workout combines intervals between cardio like running and resistance like weight training. The leader of the boot camp is usually high energy, which can give you momentum if you [Read More...]

90 Day Weight Loss Challenge with The Red Zone at Club USA

Friday, April, 17th, 2015 at 4:08 pm by Dan Schliebe

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Join The Red Zone’s 90 day weight loss challenge at Club USA in Littleton, Colorado!  You do not need to be a member of Club USA to join.  The challenge begins May 1st, 2015 and the entry fee is $200.  Here is what you’ll get with your entry fee: •  3 months unlimited training at The Red Zone (beginning May 1st) •  Nutritional counseling •  Prizes include $500 cash and a FREE annual membership to [Read More...]

Yoga and Heat

Friday, April, 10th, 2015 at 2:54 am by Dan Schliebe

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Yoga has its known roots in India, a hot and humid culture. Now the discipline with its focus on developing the person as a whole has developed into many branches with many different motives. The most traditional yoga lineages did not hold climate as an important factor for the practice but some modern teachers, Bikram Choudhury as an Indian pioneer of the heated form have chosen to replicate the culture and climate of India since [Read More...]

ROC-IT Machines and Weight Training

Monday, April, 6th, 2015 at 2:41 am by Dan Schliebe

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Nowadays weight training has as many choices to offer as any line of fitness such as yoga or cardio. Weight Training is much more than lifting weights. The traditional practice of using hand held weights will never die away however. Free weight use will ever remain in the hand of the holder, giving full reign to the user’s choice of motion and resistance. However, usually sitting pretty close to the barbells and free weights will [Read More...]

Kids Summer Camp with Club USA Dance in Littleton, CO

Wednesday, April, 1st, 2015 at 8:37 pm by Dan Schliebe

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Hey, Moms and Dads and kids…do you know what you’re doing this summer?  If not, don’t miss out on Club USA’s “Kids Summer Camp”! This camp includes tumbling, dance, action fitness, sports drills, swimming and lots more – all specifically designed to keep kids active while having fun!  Begins June 2nd, 2015.  Get $25 off if registered by May 20th with this coupon below. For more information call (303) 979-7772 or visit www.clubusadance.com

Building Muscle Through Yoga

Friday, March, 27th, 2015 at 8:18 pm by Dan Schliebe

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If you are looking solely to build muscle, then weight training is definitely an extremely effective route. The controlled movements, along with the progressively growing resistance is the recipe for the muscles to grow. They must be challenged so they have a breaking down and rebuilding in the tissues continuously. However Nicholas DiNubile, M.D. says, ‘Yoga can be just as effective as weights when it comes to building a stronger, more impressive physique.’ Yoga offers [Read More...]

A Crash Course on B-Complex Vitamins

Tuesday, March, 24th, 2015 at 8:02 pm by Dan Schliebe

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Perhaps you have looked at a B Complex Vitamin and assumed they are just all the same type of Vitamin with a slightly different effect in the body. This would be just partially true. They are linked together because of their commonality but have some definite differences in the role they play as well. So why are these particular substances given a ‘B?’ What makes them similar are three things: they are soluble in water, they [Read More...]

Aquatics for Health – Part 3

Friday, March, 20th, 2015 at 7:54 pm by Dan Schliebe

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Swim your way to better health and have fun with every stroke! If you have never considered jumping in a pool as your daily exercise routine, this series of articles will offer you a compelling argument for donning a suit and diving in. Flexibility is increased Think about it. When you sit at a bicep machine you basically isolate the muscle and concentrate the weight and movement right there, on the bicep. Inadvertently the entire body [Read More...]

Aquatics for Health – Part 2

Tuesday, March, 17th, 2015 at 7:47 pm by Dan Schliebe

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It is undeniable that exercise in water is not only easy, not only fun, but really good for you. Here are more benefits of taking on water for health. Increased Strength and Tone of All Muscles Water is about twelve times as dense as air. So not only does it suspend impact upon the body, it also requires more energy to move through it. The natural resistance will go unnoticed as the water regulates your [Read More...]