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2013 Weekly Challenge #42: Express Workout

2013 Weekly Challenge #42:  Express Workout

Think you don't have time to exercise? Guess again! In just 10 to 20 minutes, you can get an excellent full body workout. Its called the Express Workout, and you can do it wherever you are, whenever you want!

For a quick workout at home, on vacation, or even in the office, try this circuit (repetitions in parenthesis are for beginner, intermediate and advanced, respectively:

21st Annual Safe & Wise Water Ways Poster Contest!

21st Annual Safe & Wise Water Ways Poster Contest!

Source: Melissa Miranda, Department of Parks and Recreation, Division of Boating and Waterways

2013 Weekly Challenge #41 Break(your)fast

2013 Weekly Challenge #41  Break(your)fast

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.

Broken record, right? In this case, the old cliche' is really true.

One of the most important things Mama Bootcamp tries to teach is how important it is to eat (i.e. FUEL your body) every 2 to 4 hours. We do this for a couple of reasons. First of all, if you keep yourself from getting too hungry, you'll make better food choices instead of just eating whatever you can get your hands on because you're "starving." But more importantly, eating frequent small meals or snacks keeps your metabolism steady so that energy levels are consistent. Eating every 2 to 4 hours also helps alleviate fatigue and hunger. Your body is always fueled and burning calories.

Peach Tree Golf and Country Club hosting Event Aug. 23-24

Peach Tree Golf and Country Club hosting Event Aug. 23-24

Peach Tree Golf and Country Club is hosting the Event at Peach Tree Aug. 23-24. On Aug. 23, there will be a celebrity roast of Grant Napear, radio host and announcer for the Sacramento Kings. Former Sacramento Kings players Jim Les, Harold Pressley,...

Water Workout: A cool exercise rutine with resistance built in

Water Workout: A cool exercise rutine with resistance built in

If you’re only swimming laps when you’re in the water, then you’re missing out on a fun strength-training workout.Water offers 12 times as much resistance as air, so it’s easy to do a total body workout quickly with the help of just a...

The Blood Sweat and Beers Trail Run July 28

The Blood Sweat and Beers Trail Run July 28

Sunday July 28th, Hoppy is proud to once again be the sponsor of Blood, Sweat, and Beers in Auburn, CA. WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT?

The Blood Sweat and Beers Trail Run is nestled in the American River Canyon. The course has rocks, roots (to keep you on your toes or on your face), lot's of dirt, hills, and wildlife. Both the Long Course (10.5 Miles) and Short Course (5.9 Miles) are a challenging mix of single track trail, a cool canal system, unimproved dirt roads with just a hint of paved roads to keep things interesting. So leave your pretty racing flats at home and accept the challenge to have some dirty fun! This run benefits Protect American River Canyons (PARC) is an Auburn-based grassroots educational group dedicated to the preservation of the wilderness, recreational, cultural, and historical resources of the North and Middle Forks of the American River and its canyons for all to responsibly care for and enjoy.

The Blood Sweat and Beers Trail Run July 28

The Blood Sweat and Beers Trail Run July 28

Sunday July 28th, Hoppy is proud to once again be the sponsor of Blood, Sweat, and Beers in Auburn, CA. WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT?

The Blood Sweat and Beers Trail Run is nestled in the American River Canyon. The course has rocks, roots (to keep you on your toes or on your face), lot's of dirt, hills, and wildlife. Both the Long Course (10.5 Miles) and Short Course (5.9 Miles) are a challenging mix of single track trail, a cool canal system, unimproved dirt roads with just a hint of paved roads to keep things interesting. So leave your pretty racing flats at home and accept the challenge to have some dirty fun! This run benefits Protect American River Canyons (PARC) is an Auburn-based grassroots educational group dedicated to the preservation of the wilderness, recreational, cultural, and historical resources of the North and Middle Forks of the American River and its canyons for all to responsibly care for and enjoy.