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Hi Hayley, I am confused regarding body fat percentage and BMI. How much attention should I pay to the numbers and how accurate are they? I had my reading done at the gym on their new machine (the one you stand on, not the calipers), so I assumed the number would be pretty accurate. Full Article
Hi, Hayley, I'm a graduate student/teacher who used to have healthy habits (mid-range BMI, 3-4 60 min workouts per week, lots of vegetables and home cooked meals) and now I feel so busy/stressed that I'm not making time for myself and for my health. I've gained 20 pounds over the past few years of grad school, mostly due to inactivity and taking comfort in food. Full Article
Hi Hayley! After hearing rave reviews from friends, I have started taking barre classes twice per week. I am enjoying the challenge and the low-impact workout, but I want to make sure that I am adjusting my other workouts during the week to fit with the classes. Should I continue doing regular cardio? If I am sore after barre, should I still try to fit in strength training in between classes? Thanks ___ Barre classes are a great addition to your already structured workout but it is important that you continue to focus on the many other aspects of health and wellness. Full Article
Fall is here bringing with it shorter days and darker mornings, less daylight to exercise outdoors and cooler temperatures to exercise in. In the summer we have to plan our workouts to make sure that we miss the heat (or at least survive in it) but come fall and winter we need to practice different strategies. Full Article
When I am working towards a goal, whether it’s in the gym, in a race or in life, I always figure out exactly what needs to be done in order to achieve my goal and then I create the plan, breaking it into months, days, hours and even minutes. That way I know every single day exactly what I have to do to get closer to the desired outcome. Full Article
I have received a lot of emails from readers who have just found out that they are pregnant and are wondering about working out and being pregnant. According to the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP), if you are healthy and experiencing an uncomplicated pregnancy you can continue to stay active without risks to yourself or your unborn baby. Full Article