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All Together Now

After all the holiday social eating, it's time for social exercising. Be sharp. Be together. Eat together. Walk together. Improve your memory. Live longer. Bees do it. Rodents do it. Now you really have to click, dontcha?
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Thanksgiving’s Greatest Moves: Loosen up

If you're traveling, you'll have enough on your mind. So give your body a break. Because something ought to be relaxed when you arrive. Some stretches for the car, the plane and the rest stop. Have a Slower Saner holiday.
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Hiking Into the Heart of Fall
on the Tohickon Gorge Trail

The hills of eastern Pennsylvania are all dressed up in their finest Fall colors. Across the Gorge, it's a full spectrum party for your eyes. Here on the trail side, a couple hundred feet higher, the trees are already undressing. So many leaves already on the ground.
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Don’t Fall Fall: Hands & knees, please

A 1-minute exercise that really makes you aware of the Way you use your core muscles to stabilize and balance yourself. To maintain your center of balance when your arms and legs are going their own ways. Spinal Balance is a great Way to strengthen and stretch all those muscles.
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Wine Country Wilderness Walking

Proof positive you can find a great walk or hike pretty much anywhere. You may know Napa, California, USA as a place to eat and drink - or drink and eat - but you probably don't know Skyline Wilderness Park is just a few miles from the center of town.
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Don’t Fall Fall: Knees up. One at a time

A 3-minute exercise to strengthen the muscles you use to stay on your feet. To train them to react fast. So when you step onto an uneven, slippery or unstable surface that makes you begin to lose your balance - you'll immediately regain it. An exercise for all seasons.
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The Walk That Ate Indoors:A Seasonal Tip

When the chilling Fall rains and the freezing Winter temperatures arrive, it's time for indoor hiking. Stay on your feet for three or four hours and you'll burn somewhere between 600 and 1,000 calories. I just did this at my local museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. I'll show you the Way.
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VOTE! Then, try talking to yourself

Your exercise dreams may come true. If you can believe this study: "Talking Yourself out of Exhaustion: The Effects of Self-Talk on Endurance Performance". Really. It appears that feeling of exhaustion is in your head, not your muscles. This is worth reading. AFTER you vote. Because you won't be able to talk yourself out of four more years of Trump catastrophes.
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Don’t Fall Fall: Up on your own one foot

A 3-minute exercise to strengthen the muscles you use to stay on your feet. To train them to react fast. So when you step onto an uneven, slippery or unstable surface that makes you begin to lose your balance - you'll immediately regain it. An exercise for all seasons.
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