Merritt Clubs Blog


Happy Hydration

Posted by Leslie Warren

May 30, 2018

Join the water revolution and commit to a daily water intake! Water has limitless benefits, including promoting weight loss, healthier skin, more cushion on your joints, making sure your body functions at all on a hot day, and so many more!

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Topics: water

Quick Safety Tips for Summer Workouts

Posted by Mark Miller

Aug 1, 2017

With the summer heat upon us it is important to protect yourself when working out. Remember, adequate sun protection is key. Wear sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, and hydrate more than you think you need to. You'd be surprised at how much water you need when you exert yourself in these hot weather days.

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Topics: water, summer

Healthy Habits Made Easy

Posted by Heather Blake

Sep 4, 2012

All too often we try to make a complete change in our habits without planning. We tend to grab hold of an idea or goal and launch ourselves into it with a “full steam ahead” approach. I recommend taking a very different approach, setting up for success by implementing small changes and creating new patterns. Try putting a few simple changes into place and build off of the patterns you create. A few examples are:

  • Take a multi-vitamin every morning with your breakfast.
  • Drink a MEASURED amount of water every day. Start with eight 8 oz. glasses of water.
  • Stretch for 10 minutes every day.
  • Read the labels of every food item you pick up at the grocery store.

While none of these changes will make you reach your goal without further efforts, they WILL help you to set up a pattern of success. Following EASY to implement changes will help to create a successful base that you can build on as you continue to work toward achieving your goals.

Written by: Phillip Nohe

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Topics: water, diet, Healthy Habits, Fitness Tips, multi-vitamin, Awareness and Support, diet lifestyle change, nutrition