Fighting Breast Cancer with Fitness

Fighting Breast Cancer with Fitness

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By: Ms.K

 October is the annual awareness for breast cancer, but its an everyday task for women to remain healthy and aware of their body.  Its never easy being sick and trying to remain healthy, buts its essential. Having breast cancer means fighting everyday for your life. Being healthy is also a constant battle.

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Juggling Life

Juggling Life

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By: Ms. K

 

 

I am not finding balance between working out, teaching, going to grad school, and now my personal life has taken an unexpected turned. I am exhausted most days. I was on track with my weight loss journey. Now I am trying to find balance again.

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Working out and Working

Working out and Working

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By: Ms. K

Last year I was  motivated to workout and get in shape. I found time to workout in my busy schedule was it easy, no. Now after a yr of only going to grad school full-time I am back into the work field. Now I need to find balance between working out, going to school, and working.

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Try Something New

Try Something New

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 By: Ms. K

 

I wanted to try something new in my weight loss journey. I didn’t want to do my usual run, weight training, or even HIIT training instead I wanted to go for a swim. I love swimming; I used to swim back in high school.

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HIIT

HIIT

High Intensity Interval Training

By: Ms. K

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I love working out. Yes, I do complain when my trainer is pushing me especially during high- intensity interval training (HIIT). I have a love/hate relationship for HIIT simply because of the interval training and no rest until your finish with a set, which can take up all your energy.

It’s the benefits of HIIT that I enjoy:

  1. Efficient
    1. It does not take up all day. If you have a busy schedule you can still squeeze in a workout either early in the morning, during a lunch break, after work or before bedtime. As mention in Shape magazine “Research shows you can achieve more progress in a mere 15 minutes of interval training doing it 3x a week then jogging on a treadmill for an hour.” Continue reading “HIIT”