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Myth #1: The reason people go to the gym and is to live longer and look good. If you’re wondering who could make such an assumption you may be disappointed to learn it could be the leadership of your gym. Why won’t they ask you about your spiritual needs and interests? Find out what happens when they do.
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Expand your church influence outside the walls of your building with a garden ministry. This fresh expression of church can be a versatile, practical and welcoming space to build community physically and spiritually.

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Every Easter season, church leaders realize 'this is the really big one'. Let’s get ‘em in here while the getting is good. But, practically every church I visit that has a fitness ministry has barriers in place to keep people OUT and discourage members from bringing people IN. What's the chance someone would workout with you or enjoy a healthy meal with you? Pretty good IF you invite them.

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How do you find the motivation to exercise? Does it come easily for you or do you have a myriad of reasons why you can’t? Scott O. Roberts, Chair of the Department of Kinesiology at William Jessup University shows how Christ’s death and resurrection can transform how you do fitness.

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Culture is trending in directions we could never have imagined. Faith is now a recognized driver in fitness. In this multi-page article Publisher Brad Bloom offers a quick summary of trends and opportunities followed by a detailed report. Join us as we set the stage for the future of the faith and fitness culture.

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Today people have 1-on-1 meetings while lifting weights. They hammer out agreements while pushing through a spinning class. The next big opportunity is being visualized while doing group meditation.  This isn't just networking --- It's 'sweatworking'! It's good for business and it's even better when you incorporate faith into it.  Here are seven ways you can take sweatworking to the next level.

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If you want a truly fit life, you’ve got to get into the habit of sacrifice at the alter. Learn how to create the space and start doing it today!

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The David Barton Gym Limelight known as the Cathedral Of Sweat may be New York’s most righteous (or totally awesome) gym. They’re recognized for their retrofit of a historic church building.  They foreshadow a look and feel for fitness ministries where faith and fitness are integrated into one fantastic experience.

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Everyone talks “Mind, Body, Spirit”. We help you redefine what fitness can be. Presented by Faith & Fitness Magazine, this full-day conference features ideas, resources and contacts to help you truly integrate faith into fitness. Held at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans November 18, it is a great way to start three more days, November 19-21, of education at the Athletic Business Conference & Expo. (Expo booth #1148)

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TWIN CITIES EDITION  From lunges to lunch, Inwood Designs athletic accessories are girly AND functional so you can move and look good! 

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