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Winter Fitness

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NutritionWinter Fitness

Winter won’t get the best of your health. Why? Thanks to these FizzUp winter smoothie ideas! These energy blends give you all the vitamins, minerals and fiber you need when the cold sets in. Put more color and variety in your glass with these three recipes. 1 | ON-THE-GO SMOOTHIES

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LifestyleMotivationWinter Fitness

Winter is well under way and unfortunately, sometimes it can bring seasonal affective disorder (or SAD) along with it, also known as the winter blues. Many studies have shown that shorter days, less sunshine and cold temperatures impact your body and mood. Symptoms of the winter blues include an increased

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NutritionWinter Fitness

Psssssssst! Christmas (and all its delicious goodies) are just around the corner! There’s no way you should deprive yourself during this special time of year. That’s why the FizzUp trainer is giving you three Christmas cookie recipes that you can adapt to suit your goal and eating habits. 1 |

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6 Tips to Avoid Overeating During the Holidays
LifestyleWinter Fitness

The holidays are here and you’re probably already thinking about making some healthy resolutions that can wait until January 1. Did you know that with a few easy tips, you can avoid overeating and even prevent weight gain during the holidays without depriving yourself? Use these six helpful tips to

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NewsWinter Fitness

Winter is slowly, but surely on its way. And that means that the holidays are, too, with plenty of chocolate and family meals galore. Just in time for December, Max, your FizzUp trainer, has created an extra special Advent calendar for our users. It’s the fit way count down the

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Winter Fitness

Engaging in winter sports takes a certain level of physical fitness. Whether you’re downhill or cross-country skiing, snowboarding or snowshoeing, think ahead and prep your body to get the most out of the sun and snow when you hit the slopes. Say goodbye to sore thighs, achy calves and exhaustion

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Tips from the ProsWinter Fitness

Winter is upon us and the low temperature it brings can have a serious impact on your body. The cold triggers thermoregulation, which is controlled by your autonomic nervous system, in order to keep your body temperature as close as possible to normal (around 98.9 or 37.2°C). The shivers, an

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