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Truth be Told, I Used to Hate Exercise

A couple of weeks ago I was asked to speak at my daughter’s high school. The topic was about exercise and the effect it has on emotional, social, and physical well being. I couldn’t decide the approach I wanted to … Continue reading

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My Bedroom Body Interview with Two Belles Fitness

Belles: Your latest workout has just been released, what can you tell us about it and how it differs from your other workouts? Angie: Bedroom Body is a very functional workout, but it involves more targeted core work than my … Continue reading

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Bedroom Body

I had someone email me recently and inquire about the title of my new workout, Bedroom Body. Her interpretation was different than mine, and I would like to share my response with all of you, as it articulates why I … Continue reading

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The Best Post-Workout Diet Tips

After those grueling boot camp workouts or 10-mile runs, your muscles are depleted and in need of nutrition. But how soon after your sweat should you be refueling and do you need to eat after short, easy bouts of exercise? … Continue reading

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10 Reasons women need weights

Ask the trainer: 10 Reasons women need weights Published on SheKnows.Com: Jan 06, 2012 9:15 AM Are you one of those women who slaves on the elliptical for hours each week and refuses to near the weight room at the … Continue reading

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Is There a Best Time of Day to Exercise?

Ask a trainer: The bottom line on the best time of day to exercise Published on SheKnows.com: Jan 12, 2012 3:40 PM Are you one of those cranky morning exercisers that reluctantly drags yourself to the gym or do you … Continue reading

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Injuries happen: What you can learn from getting hurt

Injuries happen: What you can learn from getting hurt Nov 23, 2011 3:30 AM by Angie Miller, MS Posted in Health & Wellness / Self Improvement & Mental Health   Injuries Can Be Unexpected Blessings While I can’t say that … Continue reading

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From one blogger to another

Kelly Olexa has an amazing site, no surprise considering the way she is changing our fitness economy by connecting brands with fitness influencers and bloggers. I am honored to be featured in her Wednesday Woot. I hope you enjoy the interview. Continue reading

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Train Your Brain and Your Body

Here’s my latest article published in American Fitness Magazine, July/August 2011… Functional training for everyday movement and activity. Continue reading

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Diet and Nutrition Myths Debunked

Diet and Nutrition… like politics and religion… everyone has an opinion and there’s never a lack of information. But when it comes to diet and nutrition, figuring out how to eat properly and lose weight effectively can be tricky. My … Continue reading

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