5-Min Chair Stretch

5-Min Chair Stretch

We were built to move! And it’s been proven that spending too much time sitting increases your risk of having a heart attack, stroke, and metabolic syndrome. Plus, the more you sit, the more likely you are to have an achy back and muscle pain. If you have low or...
15-MIN GENTLE STRETCHING VIDEO

15-MIN GENTLE STRETCHING VIDEO

The miracle of gratitude is that it gently shifts your perspective of the world around you. And, practicing gratitude elevates your level of joy. In fact, studies show that it makes us 25% happier! Gratitude has the strongest link with mental well-being than any other...
Ultimate Approach To Staying Young

Ultimate Approach To Staying Young

One of the most fun parts of riding in Moab last weekend at the Skinny Tire Festival was seeing people of all ages…from 30-70 hit the road! The energy around the starting line was contagious. And, it was a great reminder that it’s never too late to be...
Is Decision Fatigue Making You Fat?

Is Decision Fatigue Making You Fat?

No matter what time you choose to workout throughout the week, what’s most important is to have a routine so you don’t fall victim to decision fatigue and miss your exercise session. Studies show that as you navigate through a world of choices, it’s...

Success One Step At A Time

https://www.kathysmith.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/KS07-Success-OneStepAtATime.mp3 Yesterday, I biked in my first race of the season, at The Skinny Tire Festival! The entire race spanned through Arches National Park, along the mighty Colorado River surrounded by...

Throwback! 10-Min Step Workout

Fitness Fads Come And Go, But STEP Is Here To STAY! Don’t believe me? Check out what women are saying… “I still love to do step workouts regularly – because in all my years of running, climbing, weight lifting, pilates, TRX, Crossfit, cycling and...
The Best Workout For Your Body Type

The Best Workout For Your Body Type

We come in all shapes and sizes. The system of body types (also called somatotypes) commonly used in scientific and medical circles was developed in the 1950s by W. H. Sheldon and provides a convenient way of classifying the structural and performance differences...
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