What are your biggest challenges with eating?

December 22, 2015 / 124 Comments

In preparation for our new Mindful Eating Support Community, over a hundred people shared their two biggest challenges when it comes to managing their eating.

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The Mindful Athlete Stays Curious

September 11, 2015 / No Comments

If less than optimal workouts occur often, the mindful athlete will analyze why it could be happening and then experiment to see what they need to do to change their experience.

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Getting in the Zone: Discovering the Intrinsic Benefits of Physical Activity

July 28, 2015 / No Comments

Being “in the zone” is the state of complete absorption in an activity, resulting in full engagement. It is incredibly energizing and a powerful way to recharge your psychological batteries.

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Bring Yoga Off Your Mat and Into Your Life

June 17, 2015 / No Comments

Like most people who try yoga, I was looking for increased flexibility and stress relief. What I discovered on my mat was a series of meaningful lessons that I apply in my life every day.

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7 Mindful Ways to Celebrate National Physical Fitness and Sports Month

May 26, 2015 / No Comments

Participate in physical activities you love and that make you feel alive. When you’re in tune with your body, you find a healthy balance between fitness, rest, and living your life.

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Clearing the Confusion about Mindful Eating

May 22, 2015 / No Comments

Mindful eating is increasingly recognized as a powerful approach to optimal eating and health. Contrary to popular belief, mindful eating is not "just" eating with awareness.

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Why Do You Exercise?

April 2, 2015 / No Comments

Why you exercise is important because when exercise has intrinsic value (for instance, "it feels good") you are more likely to fit exercise into the rest of your life consistently.

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Diet and Activity Trackers: The Next Generation of Misused Tools

March 19, 2015 / 4 Comments

Fitness bands, calorie apps, body composition monitors, and other gadgets have brought the old diet diary, bathroom scale, and pedometer into the digital age. Are they an improvement?

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I’m Injured and I Can’t Exercise!

March 5, 2015 / 2 Comments

Since I quit dieting many years ago, I’ve exercised not because I have to, but because I need to. Yoga and hiking have kept me balanced, sane, energetic, productive, and connected. However, I’ve been challenged by a right rotator cuff injury for nine months and had surgery two weeks ago. I’ve bee...

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Your Exercise Personality

September 11, 2012 / No Comments

Take this Exercise Personality quiz to identify your unique exercise personality traits to find physical activity that you will enjoy and stick to!

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