Moving for Longevity

By Fred Devito, Founder of Exhale & Core Fusion

It is so personal. Why do YOU exercise? Most will say that having a movement practice is one of the cornerstones to a healthy lifestyle based on being in tune with your body on multiple levels. A lifestyle that promotes longevity incorporates all things healthy, including food choices, supplements, and a clean environment - MIND and BODY.

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The Challenge: Where Employment Law x Fitness

By Doug Lipsky, Bronson Lipsky LLP

Discussing employment law typically makes people as excited as when an instructor announces at the end of class, “Good news, 100 burpees and then we are done.” But fitness and employment law often overlap. Here are some of the questions that I am most often asked.

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Empowered by: Community

By Matty Maggiacomo, Barry's Bootcamp

When you consider how big this world of ours really is, it's easy to feel small — dare I say, insignificant? This sentiment is even more resonant when you live in a city like New York. But in the Big Apple, thousands of communities exist; some based on a specific country of origin, others by religious belief, and sometimes they exist merely because of a shared common interest (i.e. fitness.) 

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Empowered by: Training

By Luke Lombardo, Mile High Run Club

The 1996 Olympic Women’s Gymnastic Team Final. I remember it as if it was yesterday. I was 6 years old, as I sat 3 inches away from our television. I was completely mesmerized. The Magnificent 7, as they are now known, were indeed truly magnificent. I watched in awe as clips played, detailing their dedication and commitment to their training.  “I want that,” I exclaimed as I looked back at my parents. “I want to be great. I want to train.” 

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Empowered by: Fun

By Brian Gallagher and Ryan Wilke, Throwback Fitness

 

Fun is empowering in itself. Fun helps us to be present and enjoy the current moment. It allows us to forget all the other stress that comes with being an adult. It’s an escape, and it comes in many forms: whatever it is that helps you leave behind the events or thoughts that can oftentimes weigh you down. It allows you to release inhibitions, leaving pleasure and enjoyment as the only current goals. 

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I Got This: Cancer Recovery as an Athlete (Part 2)

By Sam Jorgenson

“What in the world are you doing?”

“You said I can do anything while I’m getting chemo, so I’m doing squats.”

That was it, I made up my mind that I was going to just live, and do things that I wanted to do.  There was no way I was going to let cancer stop me from being me and working out.

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