Monthly Archives: July 2011

Give the rower a chance

I can honestly count on one hand how many of our patients over the last 9 years have used the rowing machine for their cardio exercise.  Think about it for a moment…when’s the last time you actually witnessed a person … Continue reading

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Interval Training Infographic

As the Senior Exercise Physiologist at the Princeton Longevity Center, it is my job to design exercise programs that take into consideration the patient’s often hectic family/work schedule.  The number one excuse we hear is…”I don’t have enough time in … Continue reading

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Simple exercises for office induced neck and shoulder pain.

By now we all know that long sedentary hours at the desk and long hours staring at your screen are bad for your heart and weight, but how bout your neck and shoulders? Try the exercises from this recent study to help combat … Continue reading

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Top 10 Exercise Myths

As silly as it sounds, many people still treat exercise myths as absolute facts when it comes to their fitness program. If only the public were more educated on exercise, getting results would not be such a challenge. More times … Continue reading

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Nix the soda, protect your heart

A new study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition shows that even low consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages can contribute to an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. Sugary drinks such as soda, sports drinks and other sugar-sweetened beverages have … Continue reading

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