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Kristen Pearce

I am passionate about health and fitness. I am a certified Insanity, PiYo and Cize Instructor, and I offer classes throughout the week in Abaco. I host Nutrition Challenges a few times a year that are open to all.

Maxwell’s Supermarket Reopens in Wake of Dorian

Maxwell’s Supermarket opened its doors to the public once again on Thursday, October 7, 2019 making it the first grocery store opened in Marsh Harbour since Hurricane Dorian. The store was stocked and ready to serve Abaco. The parking lot was full and all the carts were being used, as …

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Sweat it Out: Small Changes Yield Big Results

By Kristen Pearce When it comes to losing weight, it doesn’t always require drastic measures and a restrictive diet. Of course, diets can often times be rewarding, but in most cases they do not pan out in the long term. And if you are like me, after two days of …

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Sweat it Out: Your Health Matters to God

In 2014 the Bahamas was ranked 6th in the world for obesity. And just to give an idea of the reality of the problem: the U.S. is known all over the world for its obesity problem, and the U.S. ranked at number 9 (below the Bahamas). It has been estimated …

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Sweat it Out: It’s Not About “Skinny”

This past month I was told in more or less words that I shouldn’t be telling people to exercise when I am getting bigger myself. It was hurtful, but more so it was a reality check that unfortunately many people still think this way when it comes to fitness and …

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Sweat it Out: Better Sleep

As we get older, sleep becomes less of a priority in our lives, and we begin thinking that we can function on less amounts of sleep. While we all know that a good night’s sleep is important, we usually don’t make it a priority. You know exactly what I mean. …

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Sweat it Out: Morning Workouts

There has been much debate over whether it is better to workout in the morning or the afternoon. My answer is usually to workout whenever you feel the most energized. While most of the time I lead morning and afternoon classes, I much prefer the mornings. There are many benefits …

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Sweat it Out: Intermittent Fasting

Before we dive into our topic for this month, I want to gently remind you that not every “diet” or eating plan works for everyone. This is why there are so many different ideas floating around out there. High carb, low carb, weight watchers, the list goes on. Chances are …

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Sweat it Out: Breaks are Necessary Sometimes

While trying to think of a topic to write on for this month, I realized what better than something I have recently been dealing with. This morning I taught my first fitness class after a month break. Many times when we get into a workout routine, we feel defeated if …

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Sweat it Out: This is Your “Get To”

For far too long, we have been crippled by the words “I have to”… I have to go to work…. I have to exercise…. I have to go on a diet…. I have to (fill in the blank). These words create chores: things we dread doing. We sit on the …

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Sweat it Out: Set Up Your Day to Go Smoothly

You’re probably asking what this has to do with a “Health and Fitness” column. But this is a topic that greatly affects our overall wellness. Far too many of us wake up each day feeling grumpy and unsatisfied. Each day feels like a chore. We hate to get up and …

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