Energy Boosters Phoenix AZ

Stamina, or physical endurance, is what makes the critical difference in how much you can do from one day to the next, like logging extra miles on your stationary bike, or cleaning out the basement after a full day’s work. Very simply, it’s how long you’re able to continue a physical activity before exhaustion forces you to stop.

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(623) 849-1535
8245 West Thomas Road
Phoenix, AZ
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Green Kidz R Us
(602) 228-7630
1111 Private Drive
Scottsdale, AZ

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pHion
(480) 556-0210
14201 N Hayden Rd Ste #4
Scottsdale, AZ

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Tranquil Health Center
(480) 242-0501
86 West University Drive, Suite 3
Mesa, AZ
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A.M. Organics LLC
(623) 882-0089
15740 W Linden St
Goodyear, AZ

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(623) 975-4654
14515 West Grand Avenue
Surprise, AZ
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The Life Management Center
(480) 706-8137
3941 EAST Chandler Boulevard, Suite 267
Phoenix, AZ
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Sex Therapy, Healthy Aging, Weight Management, Supplements, Substance Abuse, Stress Management, Spiritual Attunement, Psychosomatic Medicine, Pain Management, Other, Mind/Body Medicine, Meditation, Hypnosis/Hypnotherapy, Guided Imagery, Family Therapy, Family Practice, Energy Medicine, Dreamwork Therapy, Cognitive Therapy, Coaching, Breathwork, Addiction
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Sharing Health
(623) 463-6252
20211 N 105 Avenue
Peoria, AZ

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Rays of the Sun
(480) 773-7329
12816 East Turquoise Avenue
Scottsdale, AZ
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Hi-Health
(602) 279-5200
3121 N 3rd Ave
Phoenix, AZ
 
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Finding Your Energy High

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By Nancy Ross-Flanigan

My friend Cindi would be the first to admit she’s no dynamo. On the energy scale, she usually registers closer to pooped than peppy, even after retiring four years ago from a demanding job. A brief romp with her dog Mimi or a little yard work can leave her winded and ready for the couch. “If I’m out trimming the bushes with the electric hedge clippers, it pretty much wears me out, and my muscles get so tired that I have to stop and take breaks,” says my 54-year-old friend. “And I only have five little bushes!”

At the other end of the spectrum are people like Ann Kramer, a Tampa, Florida, mental health counselor who’s been very active for most of her 48 years. After putting in long hours at work, she still has plenty of energy left over for bicycling, walking, and working in a community garden. “Overall, my energy stays really high,” she says.

My easily fatigued friend suspects people like Ann were blessed from birth with more get-up-and-go, and she’s partly right. About two-thirds of your capacity for sustained effort is inherited, so if your parents were go-getters, you’re more likely to be one as well. The passage of time is another energy thief: After age 40, most of us lose about 3 percent of our endurance a year unless we take steps to offset the loss.

Fortunately, there’s lots of room to maneuver within the remaining one-third. Ann’s convinced, for instance, that her demanding workout program is a major source of her energy. She has also sworn off white bread and pastry— “I don’t even walk down that aisle in the store”—thus saving herself from the draining series of spikes and dips in energy that can come from eating sugary and refined foods.

The fact is, barring any serious medical condition, it’s possible for just about everyone to boost overall energy levels—and we’re not talking about the rush you get from downing a double espresso or the quick surge that helps you sprint a few blocks to catch the bus. The key to finding more energy is to build the type that really lasts. Stamina, or physical endurance, is what makes the critical difference in how much you can do from one day to the next, like logging extra miles on your stationary bike, or cleaning out the basement after a full day’s work. Very simply, it’s how long you’re able to continue a physical activity before exhaustion forces you to stop.

Some experts believe more stamina also translates into greater mental fortitude and brainpower. “It makes sense that if you have a high level of physical endurance, you have more energy left over to devote to both physical and mental tasks,” says cardiologist James Rippe, director of the Rippe Lifestyle Institute in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, and author of Fit Over Forty.

Exercise and proper nutrition are the cornerstones of any stamina-building scheme—no surprise there. But something you may not know is that shaking up your daily routine can be important, too. “Introducing variety into your life can brin...

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