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Fitness Friday + Tips for Staying Active on Vacation by Madeline G. Posted Thu 12 Jul 2012 9:06pm Happy Fitness Friday everyone!!  It’s been a couple weeks since I posted one because Emmalyne turned 9-months last week and that trumps everything  Even though I have been traveling this week I am still pretty proud of my workouts.   SUNDAY   Emmie and I tackled a 3 mile run together on Sunday morning.  We star ... Read on »
Staying active on vacation by Lenka K. Posted Tue 14 May 2013 10:11am I sometimes see people posting on Facebook and Twitter about their workouts on vacation. Well, vacation to me means also taking a vacation from working out, in the traditional sense. However I do like to be active on vacation. "Being active" means an easy bike ride, a walk/run to explore the city, wading in the ocean, hiking through the woods, et ... Read on »
Our Active Vacation by John Elder Posted Thu 19 May 2011 10:20pm My wife and I recently took a trip to California for some meetings with our Egoscue family in San Diego. We spent the first part of our trip in Sonoma (which was amazing) and San Francisco. We wanted to really soak in what those areas had to offer, so we decided to spend very little time in the car. We rented a house in Sonoma and we ... Read on »
Adventures in Active Vacations for Kids! by Rachel M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 21 Mar 2011 11:14am Yes, we are on vacation again.  The beauty of being a school teacher and I’ve decided that spring break is the best vacation ever! Why? Because there are no holidays surrounding it which means no stress to buy gifts, cook extra dishes, or host family members!  So, we’re off an yet another adventure today, we’ve spent the last 3 days hiking ... Read on »
Active Vacation by lala362 Posted Sat 24 May 2014 10:06pm Can you say Duluth, MN, May and Vacation all in the same sentence? Here let me try… We took a long weekend for Mother’s Day in May and went to Duluth, MN on a mini-vacation. There I did it! It was actually the most lovely weather- and having the ice on the lake and the warm sunshine together- was totally cool! Our B&B (Compliment ... Read on »
A Healthy and Active Vacation by Bobbi M. Patient Expert Posted Thu 09 Jul 2009 5:08pm Hey guys I am still on vacation until Saturday!!! I have missed you all so much, but this has been a wonderful time to reflect and truly relax. Check out my Breathe artical posted today to get a taste of what I have been up to!!! See you all Sunday with a very long recap :) Read on »
An active vacation with the family by Rachel M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 10:44pm We never leave home without our bikes!  I can’t tell you how many times I’ve hauled my bike across an airport or paid an extra $50 for the extra large luggage!   All of our family trips involve bicycles and now that my children are at an age where they can bike too, it makes packing [...] Read on »
Staying Active On a Beach Vacation by Kelsey G. Posted Wed 29 May 2013 10:33am Last week I was fortunate enough to spend eight glorious days in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina with my best friend and workout partner, Jess.  They were brave enough to let me tag along on their family vacation.  Vacation can be an intimidating thing for people looking to lose weight.  Days of beach vacations are often spent lounging aroun ... Read on »
Active and Ice-Cream-Filled Vacation by Corey S. Posted Wed 10 Aug 2011 6:00am Hi from Maine! Well, southern Maine that is. Last week I was in northern Maine with my family, and this week I am with Ben’s family. I am enjoying this vacation more than I can say. It hasn’t been 100% free from work- and school-related things, but mostly. Last week…being one of my biggest (and best) weeks of marathon training yet ... Read on »
Five Fun Family Vacation Activities Your Kids Will Love by Sheridan Ripley Patient Expert Posted Mon 24 May 2010 11:00am It is all about traditions!  Vacations are a chance to break from your routine and spend lots of time together.  We travel 3-4 times a year as a family. (Frankly it is a bit much for me and makes being a doula quite a challenge .)  I find that having vacation traditions really help the boys know what to expect no matter where we go and helps c ... Read on »