THIS WEEK

Monday: We will have regular training sessions and aerobics tomorrow. We won’t have 6 am coed (Jake could use a day off!)

Wednesday Sept 8: We won’t have training at 830 am. Please attend 6 am or 430 pm. We won’t have Step at 530 pm so try 635 MixxedFit. 

Thursday Sept 9: Please check your email on Wednesday evening regarding training and Step on this day.

FIBER

I was really surprised at the variety of tips in this article.

Ways to Get More Fiber in Your Diet Without Even Trying | The HealthyEat cereal every day for breakfast. Ideally, aim for whole grain, unsweetened cereal with at least 4 grams of fiber per serving. In fact, eating breakfast cereal can to improve blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugar. Healthy, high-fiber cereals you might want to consider include Kellogg’s All-Bran Original, Kashi GOLEAN, and General Mills Fiber One.www.thehealthy.com

STROKE

Ways to Reduce Your Risk of Heart Disease and Stroke | The Healthy
Ride your bike 20 minutes a day. When German researchers had 100 men with mild chest pain, or angina, either exercise 20 minutes a day on a stationary bike or undergo an artery-clearing procedure called angioplasty, they found that a year after the angioplasty, 21 men suffered a heart attack, stroke, or other problem compared to only 6 of the bikers.www.thehealthy.com

IF YOU HAVEN’T FIGURED IT OUT…

When the Wall Street Journal tells you the fat lady ain’t singing yet, you probably oughta listen….

Five Ways to Train Your Brain for Another Covid Season – WSJ

The start of a new, post-pandemic normal many of us expected this fall isn’t happening. Finding ways to reset and thrive these next months will take extra resourcefulness this time.

IS THAT HOW WE GOT HERE?

A 40-hour work week, Sick days, and Paid time off….
“The very first Labor Day in the country was celebrated in 1882, and it became an official federal holiday in 1894. The day is typically celebrated with picnics and parades, but there’s more to it than that. Here’s some trivia about the holiday you didn’t know you needed.”

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