Be Proactive With Fitness

Top Four Fitness Tips

  1. All you need is 30 minutes
    All you need is 30 minutes of moderate physical activity on most days of the week, according to the Surgeon General. You can get moderate activity by brisk walking, some yard or housework, pushing a stroller, volleyball, bicycling, swimming or other activities of equal difficulty. Find out more...
  2. You don't need to do it all at once
    For example, you can divide the 30 minutes of physical activity into three periods of 10 minutes each during the day.
  3. It doesn't have to be hard
    Physical activity does not need to be hard to improve health, but it should be at least moderately intense, like a brisk walk, for example.
  4. You don't need to be a runner or go to the gym
    Walk the dog, play with your children, or dance.  Doing housework and gardening counts as physical activity too.

Elements of Fitness 



  • Physical Activity Calorie Use Chart
  • Researchers at the Human Performance Institute in Orlando, FL, found that a high-intensity circuit training (HICT) routine is the most effective way to workout. This program uses a series of 12 exercises done over the course of approximately 7 minutes. Michael Bultman of CrossFit NYC performs the circuit for you to follow along at home.

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Yoga @ Emeline

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