Fitness

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    Recent research shows that exercise has an immense impact on our mental and emotional being.
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    Americans report that they experience something akin to flow several times per day, musicians, artists and athletes achieved flow most frequently.
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Top 5 Fitness Tips for People Over 40

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Get advice from experts in the field on how to stay fit and flexible at 40 and beyond.
Is Your Fitness Tracker Making You Miserable?

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Is Your Fitness Tracker Making You Miserable?

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Stop counting steps and focus on enjoying yourself when you exercise instead.

6 Easy Ways to Get Into Running

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If you want to get into running but you're not sure where to start, here are 6 ideas to get you off the couch and onto the streets.
Bob Bowman and Michael Phelps: Everyday Excellence

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Coach Bob Bowman Helps Michael Phelps Achieve Everyday Excellence

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The most decorated Olympian of all time didn’t win 22 medals (including 18 gold) alone. Instead, swimmer Michael Phelps relied on his coach, Bob...

More Fun, More Fitness

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Finding a workout that is both fun and social can transform your attitude toward exercise.
Woman working out on mountain

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Fit for Happiness

Fitness

Recent research shows that exercise has an immense impact on our mental and emotional being.
McPhie flip

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Going with the Flow

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Americans report that they experience something akin to flow several times per day, musicians, artists and athletes achieved flow most frequently.

Got a Meeting? Take a Walk [Video]

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Nilofer Merchant suggests a small idea that just might have a big impact on your life and health.

Exercise and Happiness: Finding Flow

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Do you ever go out jogging and get in the zone? This feeling is called flow, a state of complete engagement that is tied to happiness.

 

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