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Core Club

This week is all about the CORE and that’s why our Mantra is CORE CLUB.   Do it in front of the TV or grab a group of friends but dedicate that 5 minutes every day to get your Core Club on and check our Instagram and Facebook pages to get new ideas for exercises

Published on January 31, 2017 by habitproject.
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Which Yoga is for Me?

Yoga can be confusing — from Hatha to Restorative there are many different kinds. Some have the same routine every single time while others focus on a couple of poses. Just because you don’t like one yoga class doesn’t mean you won’t like a different one!   Check out our blog post this week to determine what

Published on November 27, 2016 by habitproject.
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Try a Yoga Class

Challenge: Try a Yoga Class at your local gym or local studio. Often times yoga studios will have a “new” membership discount such as 10$ for one week.   Tip: There are a LOT of different types of yoga out there which can make signing up for a class overwhelming! Check out our blog post

Published on November 27, 2016 by habitproject.
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Find A Training Partner or Group

Challenge:   Take some time this week to try out some group classes, whether it be a small group training session at a gym, a community track session or joining a master’s swim class.  Find one or two groups that fit your style and stick with them for one month. Tip: Studies have shown and

Published on July 24, 2016 by habitproject.
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Purplepatch Tip: Naps And Meditation

Tip: If only we could all be so lucky, eh? I understand that finding time may be a challenge, but there are big benefits to be had from napping. It’s important to recognize that naps are not about making enough time to fall into deep sleep. The goal is to facilitate “power naps,” short breaks

Published on May 31, 2015 by admin.
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Run Form: Good, Bad and the Ugly

Tip: For me, running is one of life’s greatest pleasures.  I simply love to run.  It also happens to be a great way to get and stay fit – huge bonus!  I grew up running competitively, so for me, running comes naturally and my stride often feels easy and fluid – I enjoy getting out

Published on April 27, 2015 by admin.
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Please Don’t Stop The Music

Tip: I often turn to music to help motivate me during my training.  Whether in the weight room, during a run session, or on the bike trainer, a great song can go a long way and help  you to find the inner strength to do one more rep, to run that much faster or to

Published on April 6, 2015 by admin.
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Prevention Is The Best Cure

Tip: As you guys probably know, I have been coming back from an injury over the past year, and I’ve learned a lot about what it means to really work on recovering and healing. It can be very frustrating to feel like you’re slipping behind the competition by taking time off, but it’s extremely necessary to

Published on March 8, 2015 by admin.
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Beware Accumulated Fatigue

Tip: Your body will tell you what you need to know about your level of training but it is important to pay attention to the signs it is giving you! Challenge: Pay attention to changes in your sleep, performance, appetite, and mindset. Waking up with night sweats or experiencing broken sleeping patterns, inconsistency in your

Published on February 19, 2015 by admin.
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Focus on Process, Not the Outcome

Tip: When I started training for triathlons, I focused all on winning. But as I started going through the process, I realized that it was more important to focus on the process. Thinking about details like focusing on your food intake, keeping your rhythm up and other elements like that will help you focus on

Published on February 15, 2015 by admin.
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