Berries are loaded with nutrients, but can it get any better than this warm sauce? Try it on our "Delicious High Protein Pancakes" (see our 'Wade In' Blog - they're easy and gluten free to boot!). This sauce is a yummy alternative to maple syrup on pancakes. Also great...

Delicious, easy and loaded with protein! As a bonus this recipe is gluten free, nutritious and you can make it all in one blender!

2 eggs

1/2 cup cottage cheese

1 tbsp. oil

3/4 cup regular uncooked oatmeal

1/8 tsp. salt

1/2 tsp. vanilla

1-2 water, as needed (we usually need m...

Click link to see first hilarious Wade into Fitness Facebook Live video. 

Upstaged by my cat! Notice he even shows off a perfect downward dog!

Hysterical first try at FaceTime Live! I'm not tech at all, but I'll try if you will! I'll give it another go soon. "Like" and...

Our first line of defense against disease is our personal immune systems. A healthy immune system helps ward off infections and/or reduce their severity. Here are well accepted tips on keeping your immune system healthy from Harvard Medical School:

  • Exercise regularl...

Breathe. Be in this moment. Remind yourself that in this moment, you are well. These yoga concepts help us keep our mind positive which supports a healthy body and strong immune system.

Being worried is perceived as a real and current emergency by your brain and it pr...

UPDATE - All Wade into Fitness indoor classes are temporarily suspended due to public health concerns until we receive the "all clear" from County Health officials. This is being done to protect vulnerable populations and healthcare resources and slow spread of the vir...

Your breath can be a useful tool to achieve a relaxed clear state of mind. Keep your emotions in-check and remain calm under pressure. When we are stressed we often use only the top third of our lungs but it's the bottom third that supply's most of our capacity. Use th...

FREE Health Check Ups after morning Fitness Fusion class Second Wednesday of each month at our Fallbrook Community Center. Blood pressure, blood glucose, etc. 

This outreach is a coordinated effort of the Fallbrook Regional Health Care District, California State Univers...

February is National Heart Health Month. Heart disease is still the number one killer of men and women in the United States. Every year, 1 in 4 deaths are caused by heart disease. People tend to think of heart disease as more prevalent in men, but the American Heart As...

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