Exercise: 10 Ways to Stay Motivated

  • Posted on: 6 March 2012
  • By: Kristen Mucci-Mosier
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If you're like me, then you go through phases where one day you're super motivated to go to the gym and the next, the idea seems more than daunting. But it's almost spring, the perfect time to get into a new routine. Getting motivated to exercise on a regular basis can be a challenge though. That's why I came up with these 10 tips for getting and staying motivated, as a reminder for myself and to share with you.

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The Only Upper Body Exercises You'll Ever Need...Without Stepping Foot in a Gym!

  • Posted on: 16 August 2011
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Combining different types of exercise is most effective at preventing spinal bone loss in postmenopausal women.

When I see 20-somethings suffering through so much self-doubt, soul-searching and peer, career and other pressures, I celebrate the fact that those tough times are—for the most part—behind me. Yes, that's one of the positive sides of aging: the freedom to move unencumbered and without regard to those pesky inner voices of doubt.

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An Exercise Plan You Can Afford: Running Tips for Beginners

  • Posted on: 1 June 2011
  • By: Kristen Mucci-Mosier
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Lately it seems like I'm literally dodging joggers on my walk to the subway. As the weather gets nicer, runners are hitting the streets here in New York, their headphone-wearing heads bobbing between suits and dresses. There are tons of them. Why do you think that is? Is it because is affordable? Accessible?

Well, running organizations across the country are promoting just that by celebrating National Running Day today, June 1st. The celebration will take place from coast to coast. Visit to find events in your area and to network with fellow runners. Not a runner? It's easy to get started. Here are some simple tips and guidelines.

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How-To Video: Postpartum Exercises to Get Your Pre-Baby Body Back

  • Posted on: 23 March 2011
  • By: Gwynn Cassidy
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As a new mom it's nearly impossible to find time to exercise. And, even if I could find the time, who would watch my little guy for me?

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Top Parenting Worries: Obesity, Stress and Sexting

  • Posted on: 23 August 2010
  • By: Gwynn Cassidy
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As parents, we worry about a lot of things, especially when our children's health and well-being are concerned—childhood obesity, drug abuse, smoking, internet safety and stress, to name just a few. How much do we worry? What do we worry most about? And, which of those worries are warranted?

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boutron's Favorite iPhone Apps

  • Posted on: 27 January 2010
  • By: jleff
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Good health is not always associated with modern convenience or amenities: Calorie-laden or preserved fast foods instead of healthy home-cooked meals. Time-saving driving in lieu of walking. Watching television rather than getting some shut-eye. These temptations too often win the battle over healthy choices.

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Music Ideas to Get You Moving in the New Year

  • Posted on: 5 January 2010
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Flipping around the TV during this past week between the holidays and New Year's, I came across a "retro"—I will not say old—piece of concert footage from 1992 featuring Earth, Wind & Fire. Wow, did that band move! I think I even worked up a small sweat just watching their aerobic-style dance moves to "September"—all the while sipping tea from my sofa and enjoying the lingering comfort of fuzzy slippers.

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Coping with Stress: Get Back on Track

  • Posted on: 23 September 2009
  • By: Kristen Mucci-Mosier
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As we prepare to launch our new and improved website, things are very busy here at ! We're so excited to share all the great new features we have in store. But, as you can imagine, we've been swamped with work, leaving little time for anything else. Add night classes and co-teaching a childbirth class to that list of things to do and you've got my crazy life. Needless to say, I've been feeling a lot of stress and it's finally caught up with me. So, instead of curling up in a ball and crying (like I wanted to do today), I've been forced to reevaluate my .

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Children's Eating Habits Influenced by Friends

  • Posted on: 20 August 2009
  • By: Gwynn Cassidy
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A U.S. study found that children, regardless of their weight, ate more when they were with their friends than with an unknown peer. An overweight child also was found to consume fewer calories when paired with a normal-weight friend than an with overweight friend.

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5 Tips for Running Your First Race

  • Posted on: 18 August 2009
  • By: Kristen Mucci-Mosier
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I did it! Despite the 5 am wake-up call, the 90-degree weather and the ankle pain that ensued in the final three miles, I made it to the finish line of my first half marathon...standing. The race was a lot of fun; it felt like a great celebration of being a New Yorker. The best part was running through a cheering crowd in Time Square.

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