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FitNews by Jules
This month, as we welcome the cooling Fall temperatures, let's celebrate our freedom from an unhealthy lifestyle and embrace renewed well-being. We can strive to have more energy, confidence, and overall satisfaction. I will help you make those changes you have been wanting to make for so long, and the benefits will be endless. Get started on your path to wellness with a complementary fitness consultation. Visit fitnessbyjules.com for the latest Fit Tips and blog posts. Explore my services and find out how I can help you energize your life through health and fitness.

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  • Individual, partner, and small group training
  • Group fitness
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  • Post-Rehabilitation Training
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  • Flexibility Training
Serving the Hudson Valley and Catskill Region of NY.

20 Minutes a Day Keeps the Heart Doctor Away

To reduce heart failure risk by exercising, remember Goldilocks and avoid extremes, suggests a 2015 study. It found that neither low nor high levels of physical activity were as effective as moderate amounts for warding off heart failure.

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Boost the Power of Raw Vegetables With Eggs

A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition by Purdue University researchers showed that adding eggs to a salad with a variety of raw vegetables is an effective way to improve absorption of carotenoids, which are fat-soluble nutrients that reduce inflammation and oxidative stress.

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Memory Training for Older Adults

Yoga instructors may want to tout the benefits of yoga practice, not only for physical conditioning and stress reduction, but also for improving brain health.

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Orange, Fennel & Olive Salad

This simple, light salad makes a great starter course for a special holiday meal. Bright colors and seasonal flavors set the stage for a festive dinner and pack a good fiber punch.

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The Lows of Wearing High Heels

High heels are "pleasure with pain" says shoe designer Christian Louboutin. And sure enough, women have a love-hate relationship with high-heeled shoes: They create the illusion of lengthy legs and an appealing silhouette, but the illusion comes with ill-gotten pains.

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Video of the Month: Leg Cradle

Dorsal Flexors, Gluteals, Hamstrings

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Juliet Gould  

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Vendor/Fitness Demonstration at Pine Bush Harvest Festival
Downtown Pine Bush
September 17, 2016