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Small Changes That Make A Big Impact On Your Health

Our lifestyles have a lot to answer for; it’s not always that easy to stay healthy and happy all of the time. The modern world has given us some great gifts that benefit our lives, but also some bad ones. Typically, we are less active than ever, and we rely a lot on technology, comfort, and ease.

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Ally Gonzales is the creator of RunningSoleGirl. The go-to place for everything healthy lifestyle and conditioning for running. She’s a runner, speaks a total of five languages, and is a soon-to-be college freshman majoring in Exercise and Sports Science.

Keeping Track Of Your Health: How To Solve Your Health Problems

A lot of us worry about our health, but luckily there are some simple things you can do to make sure that you stay healthy. Here are some tips to help to help solve health problems!

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Ally Gonzales is the creator of RunningSoleGirl. The go-to place for everything healthy lifestyle and conditioning for running. She’s a runner, speaks a total of five languages, and is a soon-to-be college freshman majoring in Exercise and Sports Science.

Steps You Need To Take To Return To Fitness Form After An Injury

Suffering an injury, particularly when exercising, can be difficult to recover from. For obvious reasons, there are significant physical challenges that it presents. The things you can do become limited; you may be in pain or other physical distress.

Then it heals, and that’s the end of it. Or, it should be. You heal, you return to full function, and your body is yours again. After a period of taking it easy so as to complete rehabilitation, you can resume your workout regime at the same pace and intensity as before. Here are the proper steps to take to return to fitness form.

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Ally Gonzales is the creator of RunningSoleGirl. The go-to place for everything healthy lifestyle and conditioning for running. She’s a runner, speaks a total of five languages, and is a soon-to-be college freshman majoring in Exercise and Sports Science.

No Pain – No Strain: Put Muscle and Back Pain Behind You

An intense workout can leave you feeling revitalized and refreshed to fatigued and in pain all in the same day. Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) is the feeling felt in exercised muscles between eight hours and three days following a high-intensity exercise and training regimen. This not only occurs in those who are less physically trained, but it’s also experienced by most people and professional athletes who take part in exercises that can possibly damage your muscle fibers, which is why we’re sharing how to put muscle and back pain behind you.

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Ally Gonzales is the creator of RunningSoleGirl. The go-to place for everything healthy lifestyle and conditioning for running. She’s a runner, speaks a total of five languages, and is a soon-to-be college freshman majoring in Exercise and Sports Science.

Which Fitness Class Is For You? Explore These Options…

Winter is the time of year that many people start to relax a little. It’s no longer swimsuit season, so a lot of us cut down on the exercise and start eating whatever we want whenever we want – especially as this time of year also sees wonderful family feasts for Thanksgiving and Christmas; along with a whole load of Halloween candy.

Still, it’s important to remember that you need to stay fit and active through the winter. It’s hard to find motivation in the winter when it’s cold and dark outside, and the beach seems a long way away; so you should try to find a form of exercise that’s fun for you! One way to inject a little spice into your fitness life is through exercise classes; where you can get fit and socialize at the same time. Here are some ideas for which fitness class you could attend over the next few months.

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Ally Gonzales is the creator of RunningSoleGirl. The go-to place for everything healthy lifestyle and conditioning for running. She’s a runner, speaks a total of five languages, and is a soon-to-be college freshman majoring in Exercise and Sports Science.

You Don’t Have To Be A Gym Bunny To Get Fit: Finding The Right Exercise For You

Does the thought of going to the gym fill you with trepidation? Do you worry about exercising around others? Are you keen to try something different? If so, you’ve come to the right place. There’s an assumption that you have to hit the gym hard to get fit. But this isn’t true. Running on a treadmill and lifting weights is not the only way to get in shape. There are myriad activities out there you can try. The gym isn’t for everyone, so don’t worry if you’re not a massive fan. It’s all about finding something you enjoy. If you love exercising, you’re much more likely to work out frequently. Here are some tips to finding the right exercise if you’re not a gym bunny.

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Ally Gonzales is the creator of RunningSoleGirl. The go-to place for everything healthy lifestyle and conditioning for running. She’s a runner, speaks a total of five languages, and is a soon-to-be college freshman majoring in Exercise and Sports Science.

Get The Healthy Lifestyle You’ve Always Wanted By Making One Change At A Time

We all want to live a healthy and happy lifestyle, but it’s not an easy goal. There always seems to be something standing between us and that goal. It can be hard, even, to know where to start. It’s easier just to carry on the way we’ve been going. Rather that than make the necessary changes. The truth is that those changes are easy to make. You don’t even need to take big steps to achieve them. A few little changes to your attitude and behavior will make a huge difference. If you’ve been putting that healthy lifestyle off, here are some tips to encourage you to put in the effort for that lifestyle you’ve always wanted.

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Ally Gonzales is the creator of RunningSoleGirl. The go-to place for everything healthy lifestyle and conditioning for running. She’s a runner, speaks a total of five languages, and is a soon-to-be college freshman majoring in Exercise and Sports Science.

Exercising But Not Losing Weight? Here Are Some Underlying Causes

Are you feeling a little deflated and bemused because you are working hard on exercising but not losing weight? Fear not, there are many people out there that feel the same! It could be that you’re not doing enough exercise. It may be a dietary issue. Or there could be underlying illnesses that are preventing you from losing weight. Today we’re going to get to the bottom of some of the common reasons why you might be struggling to ditch the inches.

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Ally Gonzales is the creator of RunningSoleGirl. The go-to place for everything healthy lifestyle and conditioning for running. She’s a runner, speaks a total of five languages, and is a soon-to-be college freshman majoring in Exercise and Sports Science.

Ditch The Scales! There Are Better Ways To Track Your Fitness

Whether you’re losing weight or training for a competition, fitness tracking is essential. Monitoring your progress can encourage improvement and help you get better results. It also makes it easier to highlight patterns and change your fitness regime and diet accordingly. Without any form of tracking, you’re more likely to stop pushing yourself and eventually give up altogether. While weighing yourself daily is a form of fitness tracking, it’s not always the best method to use. As you lose fat from your body, you can also gain muscle. Unfortunately, the scales could translate this positive change in your body as weight gain. This can leave you feeling deflated and tempted to try more severe forms of dieting and exercise. So rather than relying on your scales, use one of the following better ways to track your fitness instead.

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Ally Gonzales is the creator of RunningSoleGirl. The go-to place for everything healthy lifestyle and conditioning for running. She’s a runner, speaks a total of five languages, and is a soon-to-be college freshman majoring in Exercise and Sports Science.

Running With vs Without Music

No matter the race or running path, you will often see more runners than not wearing headphones. Runners without are known as “purists,” and believe that being aware of your surrounding is an essential part of the sport, but there’s a subculture of runners that couldn’t imagine a run without their motivational playlist. Which is why today we’re focusing on running with vs without music.

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Ally Gonzales is the creator of RunningSoleGirl. The go-to place for everything healthy lifestyle and conditioning for running. She’s a runner, speaks a total of five languages, and is a soon-to-be college freshman majoring in Exercise and Sports Science.

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