By Brad Bloom
”Do it because it's the right thing to do”, is really not a good enough reason to do something. Being legalistic with your faith and your fitness is sooooo wrong. Start here as we discuss what transforms a tired workout routine into an energizing celebration you anticipate. Discover the God that gives you passion.
By Brad Bloom
Are you wondering what we mean by ”Legal? And Lovin’ It!”? Discover the meaning here and learn how this theme helps you make a better connection between your active fit lifestyle and the Christian faith. This special series includes perspectives from 4 guest contributors. READ ALL 5 PAGES IN THIS SERIES. Discover how to make your faith and fitness, ferocious and fun all in one.
By Hope Egan
Get ready to ignite your passion for “legal” foods. Author Hope Egan helps you blow away legalistic diet traps and discover new ways to transform your eating from SAD to wow! You get FREE 4 of her printable recipes that you can start using now. Enjoy eating healthy!
By Paul Batz
New Faith & Fitness Magazine columnist Paul Batz gets straight to the point – He’s not a fitness guy. But, he does have a new fitness hero and he’s getting some much-needed motivation. Start reading and you too can get a good dose of inspiration to break a sweat every day and blend together fitness, friends and fun.
By Katie Cordova
In this article Katie Cordova says, “I have always found myself to be a hippie at heart with a very ‘peace love and happiness’ way of doing things. She says being judgemental is one of the worst things that can happen to a person. Time to enter the original ‘Judgement Free’ Zone.
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By Hannah Cox, cosmetologist
You’ve seen those makeover shows on television. The women get pampered, get an incredible hair style and then they feel like a million bucks. No, it isn’t all show. Looking good DOES give you a better body --- physically and spiritually. Check out how AND how you can have great hair and a better body starting today.
By Jason Rhymer, Training Department Editor

Rules can show us a right way and a wrong way to accomplish something. Keep safe and get results. We give you the DO’S and DON’TS for a variety of exercises. But we don’t stop there. You’ll learn how you can “break the rules” and have fun. Want more? Discover how these rules relate to your spiritual life. Time to get training.

By Sheila Hall
Sheila Hall says there are 3 important rules to follow in your faith and fitness: love Jesus, love others, and remove the EGO. Find out how to do it and how to gain the ultimate goal as you exercise.
By Bryant Johnson
Bryant feels that believe habits can be unnatural. Sometimes it is necessary to do something over and over until you get it and make it a natural routine. Do it for the right reasons because it is all in the attitude.
By Kirsten Quick
Can you imagine what it would be like to have a personal trainer that is a tough task master and never builds a personal rapport with you? We can’t either. Kirsten, a personal trainer talks about why it is important to bring your faith to the gym.

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