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Guest Post: The Joy of Movement

Guest Post: The Joy of Movement

Kelly McGonigal's book "The Joy of Movement" brings light to the many ways movement and exercise affect the human condition. From feeling better to physical strength, she uses case studies and anecdotes to show the power of movement. Following is an excerpt from the read that hits particularly close to home for us at Jazzercise.

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Meal Prep 101: Meal Prepping for Beginners

Meal Prep 101: Meal Prepping for Beginners

Meal prepping can sound like a scary thing, but in reality, learning how to meal prep for the week will make eating healthy a breeze. If you’re looking to eat healthier, here's everything you need to know about meal planning for beginners. 

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6 Ways to Crush Your 2020 Goals

6 Ways to Crush Your 2020 Goals

Who needs New Year’s resolutions when you can create kinder, healthier habits that last a lifetime? Instead of setting hard-to-keep resolutions, focus on these six ways to become the best, healthiest version of you yet. 

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National Cookie Day: Easy 3-Ingredient Cookie Recipes

National Cookie Day: Easy 3-Ingredient Cookie Recipes

It’s the best time of the year, so naturally, cookies are making some pretty major appearances as of late. In honor of the season and National Cookie Day, we pulled together some super easy and healthy-ish 3-ingredient recipes you can whip up in a jiffy.

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7 Things Your Jazzercise Instructor Wants You to Know

7 Things Your Jazzercise Instructor Wants You to Know

Sure, Jazzercise instructors are the party-makers, our biggest cheerleaders, booty-shaking motivators and sometimes even our resident besties. But have you ever wondered what goes on in their heads while they’re up there dancing on stage? We asked a small group of instructors what they’re thinking, what they’d like YOU to know and what they wish everyone would leave at the door.

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