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By: Andrew Wolf, Exercise Physiologist M.ED, R.C.E.P.

Amp up your workout by simply tweaking these five common movements. Burn more calories and more effectively target the muscle groups which will lead to better results.

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Put on your sneakers and walk today!

Today is National Walking Day, sponsered by the American Heart Association. It is the perfect time to get out and walk. Walking is the most popular form of aerobic physical activity for adults in the United States. Whether you are walking your dog, walking with friends, or walking to get somewhere, every step counts towards your improved health.

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Here at Miraval, our philosophy is Mindfulness and in everything we do, we encourage our guests to live in the present moment and be mindful of what is going on around them. So when Christine Hassler approached us about bringing a retreat to Miraval that focuses on the millennial generation to help them stop obsessing about having “it all figured out” and live in the present moment while giving them tools to take proactive steps toward their goal, we thought it was a perfect fit. The reality of it is, in no point in your life will you have everything figured out, you’re not supposed to!

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By: Marion Kaufer, Professional Photographer

We’ve all been there. You’re with a group of people and find yourself entirely unprepared when someone has the brilliant idea to take a photo. You know that holding that moment to run to the ladies room, comb your hair and refresh your lipgloss is not an option. So, what’s a girl to do?!

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Document your Miraval experience and see your life through a lens. Here at Miraval Resort & Spa we offer a wide variety of activities involving photography for every skill level. Whether you have years of experience or just recently discovered a camera phone we have something for you. And if being behind the lens is not your goal, then a private session with elite photographer Marion Kaufer will give you the experience of being in front of the lens.

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