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Why a Personal Trainer is Essential to Your Fitness Plan

Getting in shape isn’t easy. Aside from finding time to hit the gym, inspiration to change your routines, and courage to stay motivated, it can be incredibly difficult to know if what you’re doing is even right in the first place. If you’re struggling to find confidence or see results …

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Balancing Nutrients in Your Meal Planning

Getting a balanced diet is so much more than just calorie counting. It’s a delicate combination of proteins, carbs, and certain kinds of fats. Depending on your lifestyle, you will need more of certain nutrients than other people. As you do your meal planning, here are some tips to keep …

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How to Find the Best Weight Loss Solution for You

If you’ve ever fought the weight loss battle, you likely know first hand just how challenging it can be to find a solution that not only fits with your lifestyle, but that also shows results and doesn’t make you miserable. From trendy diets and rigorous workouts to fat-burning supplements and …

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5 Ways to Stay Accountable to Your Fitness Plan

You’ve got your fitness plan in hand and you’re excited to live a healthier, happier life . . . but now how can you be sure you stick with it? Here are five strategies that will help you hold yourself accountable so you can meet your goals! 1- Figure Out …

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5 Ways to Stay Accountable to Your Fitness Plan

You’ve got your fitness plan in hand and you’re excited to live a healthier, happier life . . . but now how can you be sure you stick with it? Here are five strategies that will help you hold yourself accountable so you can meet your goals! 1- Figure Out …

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A slow-motion catastrophe threatens 350-year-old farms

On the lower eastern shore of Maryland, the stately Almodington plantation overlooks the Manokin River as it drains into the Chesapeake Bay. First surveyed in 1663, the expansive farm sits a few miles from Princess Anne, a town named for the daughter of King George II. For 350 years, this …

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