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Journal Entry Troff documentIs hot yoga too hot?
Bikram yoga, or “hot yoga,” has become a popular activity for fitness, flexibility, strength, and mindfulness. Do the benefits outweigh the risks?
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Journal EntryFueling for performance
HPRC has a new section on frequently asked questions about performance nutrition to help you achieve your performance goals.
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Journal EntryPostpartum exercise
How soon can you start to exercise after giving birth?
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Journal EntryExercise and breathing in summer
Exercising outside on hot, humid summer days might do more harm than good. Find out how to beat the heat!
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Journal EntryRefuel, rehydrate, recover
Proper refueling after exercise is just as important as the exercise itself. Optimize your recovery with nutrition so you can stay fit and healthy.
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Journal EntryBreathe better, run better!
Learn how to improve your breathing technique while running.
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Journal EntryGet motivated to exercise through friends
October is the MHS’s Women’s Health Month! Invite a girlfriend to exercise with you and help each other stay motivated.
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Journal EntryFight the effects of bullying with exercise
The mental health benefits of exercising for children and teens are just as important as the physical ones.
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Journal EntryPFT/PRT prep—Part 1: Aerobic conditioning
The PFT/PRT is designed to test your cardiovascular endurance and muscular strength. In this three-part series, HPRC takes a closer look at each component, offers tips on training optimization, and suggests how to prevent common training-related injuries.
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Journal EntryActivity trackers: Fun fitness tools
Learn how activity trackers can help keep you motivated, moving, and healthy.
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