Social marijuana use and fitness: A risky combination

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With last year’s passage of Initiative 300, the social marijuana measure, the City of Denver’s Department of Excise and Licenses is now hard at work trying to figure out how to practically make this happen. Meanwhile, local businesses are preparing in their own way. While the concept of smoking marijuana in a bar-like environment is easy to visualize, and something that many of us figured was bound to happen sooner or later, there are peripheral […]

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Want to be healthier in 2017? Treat your body like a business

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So, this post was originally published on my LinkedIn page, but I think that it is still very relevant to share with you here. Why? Because this time of year is tough – many New Year’s Resolutions are fading because we’re getting back into our old lives, that is, our post holiday lives. And for many people, that means that they are having to make some very tough decisions on how they spend their time… […]

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How to get your calves to grow

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If there’s one singular body part that all of us wish was better developed, it would probably be the calves. These are the muscles that are often a true reflexion of athleticism. Big arms may be nice, but strong calves suggest a person who can really move. So, how can you get your calves to grow? Whenever I see someone in the gym training calves it’s usually on the Smith machine and it’s typically for […]

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Tight calves? Look at your footwear

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Many, many people have tight calves. Simply put, it’s largely a consequence of our sedentary lifestyles. Even the fittest among us often have to put in some extra effort to ensure that we still have good movement in this part of our leg. And for a lot of women, it’s natural to wonder, “Are high heels bad for your calves?” Unlike back pain, which is very obvious, tight calves often go somewhat unnoticed. At least […]

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10 golden rules of gym etiquette

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It’s no secret that this time of year brings in a lot of new faces in any gym. One of the most common New Year’s Resolutions is to join a gym. Memberships spike across the country. For many of us regulars, we tend to dread the onslaught of new members now using the equipment that we are so fond of. But anytime someone takes the leap and enters a gym – what can be a […]

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Thoughts on New Year’s Resolutions – and some motivation

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I wasn’t sure if I would write a New Year’s Resolution themed blog post this year. It just seems so cliche. So expected from a fitness blogger like myself. Nevertheless, here we are, but I’m not going to talk about goal setting or how to score a great deal on a new gym membership. The question is: Should you formulate a health and wellness New Year’s Resolution? Sure. Of course. If you aren’t quite happy […]