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Nova Southeastern University
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Tag Archives: Muscles

Want Stronger Bones? Try Weight Bearing Exercises at Rec Plex

Did you know that weight bearing exercises not only strengthen your muscles but also helps to build bone density?  Let us help you get stronger! Personal Training Special for Faculty/Staff RecPlex Members:  Buy any training package during the month of July and receive the student rate. Stop by or call…


Rethink Your Drinks

Source: www.eatright.org Energy balance is the key to weight management for men and women, young or old. For a healthy weight, it’s important for adults to balance physical activity (calories out) with food and beverage intake (calories in). While food choices are important, there’s increasing evidence that many of us…


Want Stronger Bones? Let the RecPlex help!

Did you know that weight bearing exercises not only strengthen your muscles but also helps to build bone density?  Let us help you get stronger! Check out the Personal Training packages that will fit your needs. See flyer for details…


Top 10 Nutrition & Eating Resolutions for 2013

Submitted by: Marilyn Gordon, Ed.D., RD, CSSD, LDN Registered Dietitian, Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics, Licensed Dietitian/Nutritionist •   Eat breakfast. o    It really is the most important meal of the day and will get your brain, mood, and muscles off to a good start. •    Drink more water. o    Keep…