Recently, Leah Raup (one of our low impact side kicks), had her first article published in MOPS.org. It’s about a special fitness class that helped her find herself again (wink, wink). I wonder how many of you can relate to her experience… This is a short excerpt: “I forced myself to make it through each song. My chest ached […]

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Are you a yo-yo? As a former Navy soldier, being healthy and fit was a natural part Stephanie Max’s lifestyle. It was common to jump rope first thing in the morning and run with fellow soldiers after hours. When Stephanie’s Navy career ended, so did her accountability and she gained over 60lbs, “In the Navy […]

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Yep, it’s cold, but our waistline and heart don’t know what temperature it is. Stop making excuses and get moving! According to Newton’s Law of Motion: A body at rest tends to remain at rest, while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. It may surprise you how simply lacing up your sneakers […]

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“Time” just came out with a story last week on how our digitally dependent culture is eating away at our quality of life one text at a time. Our constant need to multitask has weakened our ability to make focused decisions and enjoy simple pleasures, making us less productive, stressed out and unhappy. Though quiet […]

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The choice between a warm, cozy home or a Mojo class can get tricky on a cold winter day. Though looking good in a pair of jeans is a wonderful motivation, it’s a scientific reality that getting a heart pumping cardio workout will put you in a better mood. Endorphins, a natural hormone released with […]

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Warm things up with us for a little Valentine’s Day Mojo! A good cardio workout, at a minimum of 20 minutes at 75% effort, releases endorphins and dopamine levels which is an automatic fatigue buster, mood enhancer and metabolism booster. Adding rousing music and a room full of energetic Mojo friends/family can raise your sluggish […]

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Studies say in 2 weeks you can change a habit and train your brain to enjoy exercise and good food. Likewise, after two weeks being out of a habit, it gets easier for your brain to think of reasons to do otherwise. According to author, Charles Duhigg,“The Power of Habit”, The brain loves good habits. […]

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