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Tackle The Second Half of 2012 With A Better YOU!

Tackle The Second Half of 2012 With A Better YOU!

We\’re halfway through 2012. That means its half-time—time to reassess how your year is going and make the necessary changes to ensure victory six months from now! The race is on for strategic change that leads to lasting victories. One of football\’s most powerful strategies is known as a “Blitz.” A blitz is a proactive […]

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Workout Tip: Shadow Sparring (GT Connext)

In the Fitness column of the July/August 2012 issue of Gospel Today, columnist Shellie Blanks Cimarosti shared the truth about quick fixes in fitness. She let us in on a secret that many don’t necessarily want us to know– there is no quick fix in real fitness. You can’t take the WORK out of your […]

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Summer Hair Tips From Ashley Love (GT Connext)

In the Beauty column of the May/June 2012 issue of Gospel Today, guest contributor Ashley Love shared some great tips for taming the effects of humidity on your hair. Well, that was just a precursor! Check out the video below to get more tips from Ashley Love on how to achieve and maintain your summer […]

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Be Fit With A Partner! (GT Connext)

In our March/April 2012 issue, Fitness columnist Shellie Blanks Cimarosti shared the importance of accountability in workout routines, encouraging us to incorporate partners in our fitness regimens. Below is an instructional video, courtesy of the American Counsel on Exericse (ACE), that demonstrates a few workout routines for you and your fitness buddy! [table id=6 /]

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Mobilize Your Community Toward Health! (GT Connext)

In Gospel Today\’s March/April 2012 issue, our Health In Action column shared the importance of pastors and leaders encouraging healthy living in the local church community. Here are a few quick, practical tips to mobilize your church community toward health! [table id=6 /] 1. Contact the COSHAR Foundation for a free copy of a health […]

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Report: Blacks & Hispanics More Likely To Eat Unhealthy Cereals

A recent study has found that African-Americans and Hispanics are more likely to purchase unhealty, highly-advertised cereals than healthy ones. Using data collected for over a year by the Nielsen Company, the study explores shopping patterns in American supermarkets, examining race, ethnicity and income of families with and without children. It found that, among Blacks […]

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Food For Life: Food Safety Tips You Should Know

[table id=4 /] The holidays are over and you’ve managed to store up some leftovers in your freezer. You figure you’ll thaw them out in a few weeks to relive the memories, right? Wait a sec. Here are a few food storage facts for every household. Follow these to ensure that you’re setting yourself up […]

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Be Fit!

[table id=4 /] If you’ve read the January/February 2012 issue of Gospel Today, you may have noticed a new columnist writing a new column– it’s Shellie Blanks Cimarosti, writing our new Fitness column! The daughter of fitness guru Billy Blanks, who created Tae Bo, Shellie approaches fitness from a Godly persective. We’re blessed to have […]

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