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So, you’ve accepted The Gleaner’s Fit 4 Life 12-Week Lifestyle/Fitness Challenge. Today is the first day of what I hope will be a life-changing, or more specifically, lifestyle-changing 12 weeks for you. 

The Gleaner’s Fit 4 Life team will join Juliet Cuthbert-Flynn’s bootcamp...are you up to the challenge? Come and find out. At 6:00 am on Saturday, September 30, all the excitement will be at Cuthbert-Flynn’s new state-of-the-art...

Before you start any workout session, it is important to get your body ready for it. That’s where warm-up comes in. Never skip this part. 

As you get up into your 40s and beyond, you will notice several things starting to happen to your body. Things such as gaining pounds around the waist even when you stick to a strict diet – and it seems like nothing you do will slim it down;...

Summer is over.Yup, another summer is done and you still don't have that summer body yet. What now? Do you continue the cycle? Do you give up? What if there is another way; a better way?Let's get this out of the way first: Yes, it is possible.Okay,...

The workouts we prescribe for The Gleaner's Fit 4 Life 12-week Lifestyle/Fitness Challenge are designed to be flexible. They are easy enough for beginners to follow, but can be challenging enough to make even those with years of training feel the burn...

When training, it is important to pay attention to your body type, and match the training to it. Body types are broken into three categories - ectomorphs, endomorphs and mesomorphs. It is also important to note that most people have traits from...

The first step in any fitness programme is proper nutrition. Put simply, you cannot consume more than your body needs or can handle and not avoid gaining weight and eventually getting sick. The first thing to drop is the word 'diet'. The goal must be an attempt...

A few tips for maintaining ideal hydration:* Drink water when you feel thirsty.* Use your urine as a guide. It should be pale yellow/straw-coloured. Too light a colour means you are overhydrated; too dark means you should drink more water.* How do...
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