Putting No Sweat Principles to the Test in Health and Fitness

Sara Hodson told me that she did just that in her medical fitness clinic in Vancouver, Canada, working with supervised exercise and healthy lifestyle coaching for people with chronic diseases as well as prevention. I was excited to learn more about her systematic approach to integrating these principles across the patient experience and education, but her update on patient behavior and business growth over past year blew me away.

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The Middle Priority: Why Being Flexible with Exercise Plans Can Help You Better Sustain a Physically Active Life

The Middle Priority: Why Being Flexible with Exercise Plans Can Help You Better Sustain a Physically Active Life

by Dr. Michelle Segar and Dr. Jennifer Taber (This article was originally published on Global Thrive.) The message about exercise that women regularly get (from doctors, the media, friends and family) is prescriptive: we must make exercise a top priority because our...

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Why You Should Stop Exercising to Lose Weight

This was originally posted on U.S. News & World Report's website. If I've said it once, I've said it a thousand times: Exercising for the primary goal of losing weight will not help most people stick with exercise over time. It may get you to start, but it most...

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