A Response to Alanah Pearce: Skinny Shaming and Jealousy

I recently came across a video on YouTube of Alanah Pearce sharing her experiences while losing 40 pounds. In the video, Alanah explained how she felt like people were skinny shaming her simply because of losing weight and looking like a model. In reality, she simply wanted to be healthy.

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How Fitness and Healthy Eating Are Good for the Environment

A lot of people are jumping on the health and fitness bandwagon. Whether it’s to look good in a bikini or simply to live a longer life, exercise and eating better is becoming more widespread. But did you ever think how it could impact the environment? Yes, being health helps the fitness of Earth as well.

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March Fitness Challenge: Burning Calories, Making Points and Sleep

It’s that time of year again. The last two months of 2018 has just flown by. It’s March, and you know what that means. It’s time for a new monthly challenge! Well, that and March Madness. But when you’re not focused on basketball, here’s what you can do to focus on this March fitness challenge.

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Being Sharp: Benefits of a Healthy Mind

Fitness doesn’t merely help you lose weight or develop muscle mass. Healthy practices also help clarify the mind and keep you sharp. Not everyone considers how an exercise routine and a somewhat healthy diet can affect things like career or emotions. As the saying goes, “Healthy body, healthy mind.”

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How to Prevent Your Disappointment In Fitness

One of the biggest problems many people face when trying to lose weight is disappointment. Whether it’s the lack of immediate results or a lack of conviction, it can be difficult to stay on track. I am one of those people. There are often times when I get in the “to hell with it” frame of mind. Once you convince yourself of failing, it can be incredibly difficult to change your views. The best course of action is prevent disappointment from controlling your life in the first place.

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Does Exercise Give You a Thrill or Fearful Shudder?

Everyone looks at exercise and fitness in a different way. While some will get a thrill from the experience, others will look at it more like a horrible chore. In some instances, I’ve seen people react to exercise as if they had some kind of intense phobia. As a result, these people don’t reach their potential for good health. I’m not saying that anyone who doesn’t exercise is unhealthy. But they may not experience what it means to experience the benefits of fitness.

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