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Fieldhouse Sudbury
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It’s easy to get swept up in the holiday season. The feasts and parties that make up this time of year can tax the arteries and strain the waistline. By eating just 200 extra calories a day — a piece of pecan pie and a tumbler of eggnog here, a couple latkes and some butter cookies there — you could pack on two to three pounds over this five- to six-week period. That doesn’t sound like much, except few people shed extra weight in the following months and years.
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Children who are physically fit absorb and retain new information more effectively than children who are out of shape, a new study finds, raising timely questions about the wisdom of slashing physical education programs at schools.
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You exercised and ate right all spring and summer to get in shape and healthy. But, now the days are longer and darker and colder. The holiday season is approaching and it can be intimidating if you are trying to lose or maintain your weight.
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Learning the finer points of self-myofascial release could help you train harder and look better while also reducing injury.
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Ready or not, the holidays are here. With all the feasting and shopping and party-going and year-end budgeting, it can be tough to keep up a regular exercise routine.
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You run and run and run, but you don't shed a pound. What gives? It's one of the most common pain points for people who exercise. All of that effort and so little reward, but why is that?

Simple: Cardio often isn't the fastest way to lose weight, and it's certainly not the only way. There is a solution, though, which will allow you to spend less time in the gym and see even better results.
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