"New year, new you" may be a cliché, but some new workout trends may have you reaching your fitness #goals in 2018. While fitness is a journey where you have to find the right type of exercise that works for you, there’s always new ways to break a sweat. According to a study conducted by the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), the following 10 activities are slated to be the top fitness trends of 2018.
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A naturopathic physician in Scottsdale is treating patients using the power of heat, blankets and electric waves. Dr. Laura Glenn of Rejuvena Health & Aesthetics in Scottsdale is one of just a handful of healthcare providers in the Valley who offer “Constitutional Hydrotherapy."
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Judy Nicassio, of Scottsdale's Rejuvena Health & Aesthetics, on New Year's resolutions that you can actually stick to year-round, from getting finances in ordering to practicing small acts of kindness.
The key to keeping any New Year’s resolutions is to be realistic and have a sustainable action plan. We not only need to feel inspired, but we have to also be prepared. Here’s a...