Mojo Friends, Remember when jamming all night with MJ and Prince was standard weekend fare? I’m happy to announce that the trend is back and here to stay – that is, if our medical community has anything to say about  it… According to a study led by the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City and published […]

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A huge kudos to Cheryl Whardle who brought this Woody Allen quote to life last night! Cheryl, a teacher, had been looking forward to class all day. When she got to the gym, she realized she left her work out clothes at home. Not to be stopped, she went over to Plato’s Closet, bought some […]

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Mojo Friends, Brave-ing it: Last Wednesday,Tricia Zervanos brought her honey, Atlanta Braves Manager, Fredi Gonzales, for a little Mojo. What a sport! Savvy blogger (and Mojo friend) Caroline O’Halloran wrote about it this week (cute picture included) https://savvymainline.com/…/savvy-shorts-my-big-screen-debu…/ After Thanksgiving, it’s a caloric free fall till January. It doesn’t have to be that way! Keep your metabolic engine revving through interval […]

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During a recent Edinburgh University study on fitness motivation, participants performed four sessions, each consisting of 10 six-second cycle sprints. In-between circuits, they were allowed to self-select a resting time. During the fifth recovery period, however, their rest time was unknowingly reduced by 10% – and all participants were able to push just as hard. This proved […]

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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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A few weeks ago, Marie-Pierre Crowe came back to Mojo after a 2 year hiatus. Though she had been active with various classes, she found that she had been slowly gaining weight because she wasn’t getting enough intensity. After only three weeks of notching up her intensity level, she could already see her youthful shape […]

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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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