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Fitness

Solar Plexus Chakra: To Do.

Generate personal power, energy and will. Control fear and anxiety. Feel open and effective. Regulate mood, metabolism and digestion.

Exercise Science

Why rest between intense exercise days and what’s the reasoning behind interval training? What’s the best way to hydrate and what are the best eating strategies for optimum energy and performance? Most importantly what types of exercises and workouts are best matched with different body types and injury prone issues? We’ll explore these topics plus sports and athletic training, kinesiology and physical therapy as we explain the science behind exercise.

Sleep Your Way to Better Fitness

For you couch potatoes out there, this doesn’t mean what your dreams have finally come true. What it does mean is that sleeping is one the most critical factors to a healthy lifestyle and has to be an integral part of any fitness routine. The harder the workout, the more sheep you better count....

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Dance Your Way to Long-Lasting Smarts

Dancing has long been associated in films and novels with what the “bad” kids do to defy adults (cue Dirty Dancing, Footloose). But what if dancing was actually a road to higher levels of intelligence—so much so that the person waltzing away was simultaneously warding off deterioration of their...

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Marco Borges

Exercise Physiologist

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Jennifer Yates

Master Pilates Instructor

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Kimberly Snyder, CN

Nutritionist, Teacher, Yogi, World Adventurer

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Jessica Wu, MD

Dermatologist, Researcher, International Lecturer

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Lavinia Errico

Inside/Out Movement, Fitness and Wellness Entrepreneur, Founder of Equinox Fitness Clubs

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Jamie Sherrill, RN

Nurse Jamie, Hollywood Skin Expert

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Ramona Braganza

Celebrity Trainer and Global Fitness Expert

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Mia Togo

Yoga Instructor, Life Coach

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Michael Apa, DDS

DDS, Partner, Rosenthal Apa Group

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Ashley Koff, RD

Dietitian, Nutrition Educator and Health Advocate

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Haideh Hirmand, MD, FACS

Aesthetic Plastic Surgeon/Beauty Expert

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Akasha Richmond

Chef/Owner of AKASHA restaurant

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Marie-Josee Shaar MAPP, CPT

Wellness Workshop Designer and Facilitator

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Lauren Roxburgh

Best-Selling Author, Alignment Expert, Certified in Structural Integration and Classical Pilates

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Suzanne Gilberg-Lenz, MD

Obstetrics and Gynecology, Ayurveda, Integrative and Holistic medicine

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Patricia Moreno

Inspirational leader, Creator of the intenSati Method, Founder of Sati Life

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Laura Ellis, MD

Wellness Physician, Surgeon and Cosmetic Physician

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Mary Kay Finn

Holistic Health Professional

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Macrene Alexiades-Armenakas, MD, PhD, FAAD

Clinical Dermatologist, Laser Surgeon and Researcher

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Amy Tardio, CMC, CWC

Certified Positive Psychology Coach

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Jay Glazer

TV Sports Commentator and Professional Fitness Trainer

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Lori Bregman

Birth Doula, Life Coach and Healer

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Nonna Gleyzer

Master Pilates Instructor

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Gabe Rangel

Lead Performance Trainer, Unbreakable Performance Center

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Craig Cooper

Health, Wellness and Fitness Expert

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Cora Wen

Certified Yoga Therapist and Founder of Yoga Bloom, an advanced Yoga Therapy Training

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Larry Kaskel, MD

Therapeutic Lifestyle Change

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Ramani Durvasula, PhD

Professor of Psychology and Licensed Clinical Psychologist

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Does Sweating More Equate to a Better Workout?

That drip, drip, drip down your back during exercise is your friend—sweat happens so we don’t overheat and pass out. But the process of sweating is very individual; every body has its own perspiration point. So should your workouts be hot and sweaty or cool and dry? Experts say it’s largely a...

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