Sherri McMillan

Results With Low Impact Exercise

Low impact does not mean low intensity. Some bodies just can’t tolerate high impact movements, so it’s important to understand that there are many ways to achieve health and fitness […]

What’s Best? Eat More or Less Frequently?

We’ve been told eating smaller meals and snacks more regularly throughout the day is the best way to eat for weight loss. In contrast, more people are adopting an intermittent […]

Spring Conditioning

Spring is almost here and that means we can look forward to longer days and warmer weather. We’ll often experience a surge of energy and many of us will start […]

Managing Blood Sugar for Health

Regularly high spikes in your blood sugar levels can significantly impact your health. High blood sugar has been associated with increased inflammation, aches and pain, weight gain, poor circulation and […]

Cardio for Your Booty

Strong hips are important for the strength of your knees and back. Science also supports that cardiovascular exercise is critical for the health of your heart. For those of you […]

5 Tips to Prevent Falls

Consider These Statistics One in three adults over the age of 65 will fall at least once a year. More than 95% of hip fractures are caused by falling. A fractured hip is […]

7 Tips for Heart Health

February is Heart Health month so it’s a great opportunity to discuss the things you can do to improve the health of your heart. First, it’s important to recognize that […]

20 Minutes Per Day

A new 2023 study released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that only 28% of Americans are getting the recommended amount of daily physical activity. That’s less […]

10 Ways To Look 10 Years Younger

The good news is we are living longer than our ancestors. The bad news is if you don’t do something now to age well, your later years could be spent […]

10 Things NOT to Do in 2023 For Your Health!

As a fitness trainer, we often focus on what you should be doing to improve your overall health. Here’s a list of what you should NOT be doing if your […]

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