Guest Post – Marty Beene, Cross Country For Teenagers

Teenagers. You can’t live with ’em,… but you have to, and you probably actually want to! A child’s teenage years can be some of the most difficult. With their developing…

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Guest Post – Karen Ranzi, M.A., Dangers Of The Family Barbecue

Today’s guest post comes from Karen Ranzi, author of “Creating Healthy Children” on the topic – “The Dangers Of The Family Barbacue”. What are your opinions to this topic? **…

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Guest Post – Karen Whittier, An Old Practice for Youth

Our bodies were made to move. This statement is true for everyone but especially so for children. Fifty years ago, summers found most children outdoors playing: tag, hide-n-seek, Mother May…

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Guest Post – Scott Liebler, Early Childhood Fitness Training Can Be Similar To Training Dogs

I mean absolutely no disrespect for the human race, but I have to admit that I do incorporate some animal training techniques in my children’s fitness programs. I work with…

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Guest Post – Victoria Marin, Let’s Roll

For many who find themselves in a wheelchair, the dream of gracefully dancing across a ballroom dance floor does not seem a reality. Today, many dance studios are offering programs…

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Guest Post – Warren J. Potash, Pre-season Training is the Next Big Step for Adolescent Female Athletes

Parents do not know they can be hurting their children when youth sports push the one sport athlete concept from a very early age. Non-contact ACL* (knee) injuries for female…

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Guest Post – Dr. Randy Gilchrist, Hypnosis For Weight Loss: Getting The Weight Loss Mindset

Why do so many people struggle to lose weight? And for those few who do lose the weight, why is it so hard to maintain it? Well honestly, there are…

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Guest Post – DeAnna Radaj, Healthy Home Design For Children: WHY It’s So Important

So, you’ve got kids and you’re thinking of running to the store to buy some paint and some organizational items to help keep their toys/stuff under some semblance of control….

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Guest Post – Murray Grossan, M.D., What Is Best For The Child’s Allergy? Breakfast In Bed!

This year promises to be the worst allergy season; already more allergy problems are flooding the doctor’s offices due to increased pollen in the air. Your five year old Suzy…

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Guest Post – Charlie Houpert, How To Learn Parkour Without Breaking The Bank

Parkour is awesome. If you know what parkour is, no doubt you agree. If you don’t here is the one-minute synopsis: Parkour was developed as the discipline of moving from…

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