From the Blog

March is National Nutrition Month

 NATIONAL NUTRITION MONTH  At 4 Ever Fit we are not only here to help you with you workouts but to guide you in the right direction for healthier eating habits.  Since March is National Nutrition Month I thought it would be a good idea to focus this month’s blog on[…]

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Low Calorie Recipe of the Month

Low-Calorie Chicken Parmesan   Ingredients:  4-5 ounces skinless chicken breasts 1 cup whole wheat bread crumbs 2 tablespoons Parmesan cheese 1 tablespoon minced garlic 1 tablespoon dried basil 1 cup shredded low fat mozzarella cheese 1 cup homemade (or store-bought) tomato sauce Non-stick cooking spray Directions:  Preheat oven to 400[…]

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Tennis Fitness Tip of the Month

The 3 Minute Stretch to help Prevent Tennis Injuries Tennis players who experience aches and pains often blame the hard surface of the courts. However, the root of those muscular-skeletal aches in the lower back, groin and knee is most likely from misaligned hips. The hips connect the upper and lower[…]

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A great story to remind you that when you are having a tough day. Someone, somewhere is probably dealing with something tougher!

  “The Only Disability in Life is a Bad Attitude,” Matthew Jeffers, Letter to Baltimore Ravens “The Only Disability in Life is a Bad Attitude,” Matthew Jeffers, Letter to Baltimore Ravens (2013)   Last  year during the Baltimore Ravens amazing Superbowl run Sports-center did an very inspirational story about a[…]

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Balance & Stability for Tennis

 BALANCE AND STABILITY FOR TENNIS Sprinting for a drop shot takes a split-second reaction to decide to move forward, the deceleration of your body in the direction that you were going, the power generation needed to accelerate towards the ball and the speed you need to get to the ball.[…]

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Paul’s top 5 Weight Loss Strategies

Sign up and Train for a 10 mile race or a half Marathon – The training and dedication over the course of at least 8 weeks will force you to exercise a minimum of 4 days per week. The amount of calories burned doing your training runs needs to be[…]

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