Tagged: spring

Outdoor Exercise: Good for Your Mind, Body, and Spirit

Here in Wisconsin, we know how tough the winter can be where your body is concerned. We are coming out of a season of cold, intense temperatures and conditions. While our bodies acclimate, it can be hard to weather the storms of cold and snow, and it isn’t always possible to be outdoors as much […]

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Rainbow Spring Rolls with Ginger Peanut Sauce Recipe

Spring rolls are thought to have originated during the Eastern Jin Dynasty in China. During this time, people would make thin cakes loaded with vegetables on the first day of spring, hence the name Spring Rolls. As simple as this dish can be, there are a wide variety of foods, flavors and textures to stuff […]

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Eating for the Seasons: Spring Foods

It’s officially spring and with that comes another installment in our eating for the seasons blog series. Remember that ‘eating for the season’ means choosing fruits and vegetables that are in their peak season. This will help extend the life of your produce and be more cost effective overall.

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Try These Fun Spring Outdoor Exercise Ideas!

I spend a lot of time in the gym working out, both by teaching classes, and training clients in groups and individually. Sometimes you just need a break from the indoor routine, and this is the perfect time to try these fun spring outdoor exercise ideas! I like to do these one set at a […]

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Bring a Fresh Start to Your Routine with a Spring Workout Makeover

Spring is here, so get ready to shed the winter blues and spring into a new season! Spring is a time of renewal, so it’s the perfect time to revitalize your routine with a spring workout makeover. Here are a few tips to get you moving outdoors so you can make the most of the […]

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Transitioning from Indoor to Outdoor Exercise

Spring is in full swing, and you are now starting to shift your focus from the treadmill stationary bike to outdoor exercise options. As tempting as it is to lace up your new shoes or fill those tires, there are some things to keep in mind while making the transition, and avoiding injury.

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