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Congratulations! You've welcomed your beautiful, bouncing bundle of joy. After the new motherhood fog begins to wear off you're probably yearning for a little "me time" and may want to get back into your workout routine. We're here to help you settle back in, but before you do, check out our post-baby exercise tips.

Skinny or Toned? The difference between dieting and cardio and WEIGHTLIFTING, dieting, and cardio is the difference between skinny mush and a lean, toned body. Weightlifting with a certain intensity will add definition to your body and increase your metabolism. To simply lose weight, one must eat less and move more. So, after you've plateaued, do you move even more OR eat even less? There's only so much time in your day and only so little you can eat. That's a tough decision. What if you could eat MORE, do MORE, and look BETTER? Here's where weightlifting comes in...

Often, people diet by cutting food from their diet, but is this really a good idea? The answer is no. The foods we eat affect our energy, our moods, and, of course, our health. Cutting too much food from your diet is disadvantageous when coupled with your everyday exercise. So, if cutting food from the diet isn't the solution, what is? How will you know what you need?

You've been working out and eating right and you've lost some weight. The last few weeks, however, have found you at the dreaded plateau, or even worse, you've started to gain weight. Your personal trainer has made some changes to your exercise program in an effort to jumpstart your metabolism, but nothing has been working. You are out of ideas and quickly getting frustrated. There is a real fear that you are going to get completely disgusted, throw up your hands, and say, "forget it, I'm done", and let all your hard work fall aside. Nutritional counseling could be your saving grace and may very well be the unsung hero of weight loss and healthy living. Nutritional counseling does not just address what you should eat and not eat. It delves further into the "whys" behind your eating habits and patterns.

Did you know you can boost your exercise and training results by adding strength training to your workout routine? While any exercise is better than doing none at all, adding strength training to your routine will burn more calories, long after the workout is complete. Why is that? Muscle tissue burns more calories than fat, even at rest. And for those of you worried about “bulking up too much”, worry not. You control all of that through the workouts and weights you choose to do and lift.

We all know that there are three components of fitness: cardio, weights, and stretching. While most of us make it a point to get some cardio and to incorporate weights as well, we often tend to forget the importance of physical flexibility.

Are you one of those people who avoids the weight room? Surprisingly, many seem to think that the weightlifting room is only for body builders. But that's not the case at all! There are many benefits to adding weight training to your workout program. Here are the top eleven benefits to weightlifting, that'll make you want to hit the weight room the next time you're at the gym.

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