Health & Fitness

Bodily health has a profound effect on the soul, since the body is the housing of the soul. We stress functional fitness, where the goal is to eat and exercise in a manner that’s conducive to long-term health and longevity, striving for a pain-free life and preventing ailments before they happen.

“Got no Time” Workouts

“Got no Time” Workouts

If you feel that you can’t even set aside 5 or 10 minutes a day for a quick exercise routine, try this alternative: fit physical activity into your day, burn a few calories and maintain muscle tone without setting aside anytime at all. Here’s how:

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Keep on Walkin’

Keep on Walkin’

The worlds #1 fitness exercise, walking, does just as much for soul as it does for body. This is the only fitness activity that the whole family can participate in together, and it’s the best relationship-enhancer there is. Walking is an activity that’s joint-and-muscle friendly as well as fantastic for your heart and lungs. Here’s what you need to know…

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Gisel’s Story

Gisel’s Story

Gisel, in her early 30’s, suffered from obesity, terrible eczema and feet so swollen that she couldn’t get out of bed. She lost her job. The doctors told her she’d need to go on a kidney machine. Then, a friend told her to contact Rabbi Lazer Brody. Here’s her testimony, which she shares with the participants of Rabbi Lazer’s weekly Zoom class…

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Weekends, Food Hangovers and Fad Diets

Weekends, Food Hangovers and Fad Diets

If you take on a healthy-eating lifestyle and exercise regularly, you can forget about your weight. You’ll be strong, energetic and healthy. When you eat right – as natural as possible – and exercise, you’ll burn fat and build muscle anyway. Enjoy your Shabbat and weekend, but don’t abuse your body.

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