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It’s FREEZING Outside!

BPT Holiday 2013 Fitness Specials Winter didn’t creep up on us….it sprinted! How can you get motivated to stay active when the temperature drops? Here are some ideas: Try a new class Find the coolest, new fitness clothes to spruce up your wardrobe (and keep you warm) Set a SMART goal (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic […]

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Naturally, Beautifully and Functionally Fit

Try a Thighmaster? If you spend any time watching late night TV, fitness seems to have gotten so complicated. Buy this video, try this new gear, and wear these clothes. But wait, there’s more. Drink this shake, eat this food, and follow this plan. All for one low price, if you act now.  Is it […]

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Test Anxiety – In School And The Gym?

Soon we will be swapping our goggles and swim towels for backpacks and books. September, and back-to-school, is soon upon us. As we make the transition to the school year grind, this is the time for teachers to perform pre-tests: assessments to determine what the classroom group knows and still needs to learn. Instruction can […]

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Heating Up Your Summer Exercise Routine

Have you stopped exercising this summer? Don’t let the heat beat you. It’s time to shake things up with some fun ways to fit in the workout this summer. Even those most dedicated to fitness struggle once summer arrive. A change in latitude with a summer vacation is sure to create a new attitude about […]

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Doylestown Kids Triathlon – Sunday, June 2nd at Fanny Chapman

Getting Your Kids Ready The Doylestown Kids Triathlon will take place on Sunday, June 2, with races at 8:00am and 10:30am. You can register now by clicking here. Registration is open until May 26th. This is a fun event for kids ages 7 to 15. Here are things you can do to make sure your […]

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Strut Your Mutt, and Strut Your Stuff

Walk anywhere through Doylestown and you can just tell it’s a dog town.  It’s no wonder that we’re gearing up for our first ever “Strut Your Mutt” event, a dog walk, parade and hat contest at Fanny Chapman on May 4th to raise money for Roxy Reading Therapy Dogs. This non-profit, volunteer-run Bucks County organization […]

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Functional Fitness on the Sidelines

As the weather turns warmer, our kids’ schedules seem to bloom along with spring flowers. If your family is anything like mine, you’re probably spending many an afternoon on the sidelines as baseball, track, soccer and lacrosse seasons kick up. A busy after school schedule can mean that dinners are rushed and on the go. […]

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We’re Going to “Pump” You Up!

I’ve recently been reading about the new high heel exercise craze.  But before you channel your inner Carrie Bradshaw and break out the Manolo Blahniks or run to DSW for a new pair of pumps, you should know about the pros and cons of this kind of exercise, as well as how to get similar […]

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Doc Baker’s hits Doylestown!

A client and I took a trip to Doc Baker’s Farmulations, Doylestown Borough’s newest bar. Not your typical bar, mind you. We have plenty of those. Doc Baker’s is a juice bar, which features cold pressed juices and plant-based food. I’m always on the lookout for healthy options for my clients who like to dine out.  We tried out […]

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Barb Seiden to Teach At Chestnut Hill College

Doylestown, PA, February 26, 2013 — Barb Seiden of Barb’s Personal Training has been hired as an instructor at Chestnut Hill College. As part of the school’s education department, Ms. Seiden will teach “Physical Education Health and Safety Methods” for all of the school’s elementary education students. Ms. Seiden has a Master’s degree in Elementary […]

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