Tag: Physical Activity

First Leadership in Wellness Recognition Awards Presented at 2018 LVBCH Annual Conference

Posted: May 22, 2018

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From left, LVBCH President Carl Seitz; LVBCH Chairman of the Board Bob Johnston; Richard King; Terry Capuano; Deborah Faulkinberry; Amanda Greene; and Kevin Davis, subcommittee member. BeneFIT Corporate Wellness, regional provider of workplace health and wellness services, sponsored an award for corporate leaders who are taking a pro-active role in promoting employee well-being and a [...] Read Post

A Quick Summary of Health and Fitness App Features for iPhone and Android

Posted: May 3, 2017

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When small applications (apps) for mobile devices came out about 15 years ago, they didn’t have nearly as much to offer. Today, health and fitness apps are more sophisticated, and the ability to connect with others through them has increased. We no longer have to feel alone in our fitness routine, on our dietary path [...] Read Post

Slipping on Your Wellness Routine? How to Stick to it.

Posted: March 20, 2017

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The journey to health and wellness doesn’t always move in a straight line. People are human and prone to slip-ups on their goals as they strive to enrich their lives with healthy behaviors. Consider the walking group at work, for example. At first, everyone was gung-ho. A group of colleagues was out there every day, [...] Read Post

How Coaching can get you Physically Active

Posted: December 27, 2016

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Does exercise end up on the bottom of your to-do list when other time-consuming tasks such as work, errands and holidays take priority? It happens to most people, but just because you’re busy, it doesn’t mean your fitness goals have to take a backseat. People often turn to health coaching as a support system. There’s [...] Read Post

What your Fitness Tracker Can’t tell you About Weight Loss

Posted: October 31, 2016

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There have been articles on the internet claiming that people may lose more weight without their fitness trackers. It reminds me of the research claiming that diet sodas can actually cause people to gain weight rather than lose it. This doesn’t seem to make sense. If someone is tracking their physical activity and they weren’t before, how are they not losing [...] Read Post
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