Back to Basics: Three Simple Steps for Getting in Shape the Old-Fashioned Way

Who out there loves Kimmy, that hopelessly optimistic, highly anachronistic, kidnapping survivor from the Netflix comedy series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt? Count me as a fan. The one-liners come at you at a frenetic pace as the viewer experiences the world as Kimmy, a woman who’s spent much of her life in an underground bunker. In Kimmy’s mind, time has been frozen; it is forever 1999. And her observations as she reenters remind us of just how much the world has indeed changed.

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Making S.M.A.R.T.er Goals this Year for Results Built to Last

Well, it is that time again: the day when we publish our “New Year’s resolution post.” FW is a wellness-services company, after all, so helping individuals meet their exercise- and nutrition-related goals is kind of our thing. This year, however, we are doing this a bit differently. Today’s article is written by both Foundation Wellness Owner/exercise physiologist Miller Chandler and Resident Dietitian Hope Anderson. We thought it would be beneficial to deliver our New Year’s message from the perspectives of both an ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist (ACSM EP-C) and a Registered Dietitian (RD). Exercise and good nutrition go hand in hand. If your goal involves getting fitter and/or losing weight, you cannot have one without the other. And at Foundation Wellness, what we want for you is lifestyle change, not a flourish of misguided activity that peters out well before St. Patrick’s Day. So, without further ado, we will begin with Miller explaining how you should exercise if the primary goal is to burn fat.

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