Fitness Friday #LinkUp #BlogHop – Our Favorite Fitness Posts

The Healthy Moms Magazine has been online since 2007 so for this morning I thought I would dig through our archives and share a few of my favorite fitness posts from the past. I hope you find these fitness tips helpful! If you are joining me for #FitnessFriday make sure you link up, visit the other co-hosts and leave me a comment so I can visit your blog. 

Cardiovascular Fitness Exercises
According to the US Department of Health and Human Services heart disease is the number one killer of American women. One out of every three women in the US dies of heart disease. Nearly two-thirds of American women who die suddenly of a heart attack had no prior symptoms. Americans can lower their risk of heart disease by as much as 82% just by leading a healthy lifestyle. One lifestyle change that you can do today to reduce your risk of heart disease is to exercise regularly. Physical exercise not only helps to fight heart disease but it can also reduce your risk of high blood pressure, osteoporosis, breast and colon cancer, depression, anxiety and stress.
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4 Reasons Why Moms Must Pamper Their Health

There’s a saying I remember from my childhood that went something like this – God couldn’t be everywhere at once, that’s why he made mothers. When I look at my mom and think of all that she’s done for me, I realize the truth of this statement. Moms are the first memories that children form, often the first people they see, recognize and love. It’s the innate bonding between mother and child that cements their relationship for life, one that is built on care and nurture.
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Metabolic Acceleration Training
Moms have it hard enough without having to worry about losing that pregnancy body. Research indicates short burst high intensity resistance training is ideal for fat loss and proven to improve cardio vascular fitness. That’s right no need for cardio. I know, I know you have heard it all before, there is a magical home fitness program for mom, but what exactly is it? Let me show you. The scientific name is metabolic acceleration training and it comes in many forms such as strength supersets, total body circuits and Tabata’s. What??
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Exercise During Pregnancy
Maintaining your overall health is very important especially during pregnancy. Exercise can help give you energy, build bones and muscles and keep you healthy. Prenatal exercise will help you look and feel better, reduce constipation, leg cramps, bloating, and swelling, lift your spirits, help you to relax, improve your posture, promote strength and stamina, help you sleep better, better prepare you for the hard work of labor, and give you a head start in getting in shape after the baby is born.
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From now on we will have free posts for all Fitness Fridays. Blog about anything fitness related.

Please visit the following blogs who co-host Fitness Friday along with The Healthy Moms Magazine each week:

Chandra Sullivan – Spark Your Motivation
Tere Scott – Teachable Scott Tots Homeschool
Danielle Nabozny – Lip Gloss and Yoga Pants
Lisa Belanger – Inspire Me Well
Maryann Mitchell – It’s Not Food, It’s Me
Angela Barnets – Fit Personified
Wendi Barker – Wendi’s Book Corner
Lacey Baker – Love Lacey 365

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About Our Founder

Cascia Talbert is a busy blogger,  and mother of five children, living in Spokane, WA. With a B.A. in history and law and a passion for writing and staying healthy, she started The Healthy Moms Magazine in 2007. The Healthy Moms Magazine is currently ranked the top health blog for moms. Ms. Talbert believes that if mothers are well educated on health issues and how to stay healthy, they can pass that information down to their children and reverse the childhood obesity statistics in the U.S.

Ms. Talbert  runs the Healthy Moms Social Network, is the founder of Healthy Moms Media, and also blogs at You can follow her on, and

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