NuStep Blog

Category: Transforming Lives


Seeing The Forest For The Trees

For those of us on a weight loss journey, it can be tough to think about anything but losing weight. We think it’s the sole purpose of our journey. So, yes, we focus on losing weight. But what if in that focus we get so caught up in the details of losing weight that we

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Finding Your Inspiration

If you look up the word inspire, it’s defined as something that influences or motivates you to do something – to take action. A lot of times we associate inspiration with creativity. And yes, creative people often talk about what inspires their work. Today, I want to talk about what inspires us to take the action

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Training for Paralympics 2020

My name is Alanna Flax-Clark. When I was 13, I woke up one morning and could not move or walk on my right foot. I had always been healthy, so this came as a shock. I was finally diagnosed with a chronic neurological disease associated with dysregulation of the central nervous system and autonomic nervous

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My Escape

Most people decide to work on their fitness levels for a variety of reasons. They could be trying to lose weight, raise serotonin levels in their brain; the list goes on and on. I used to be one of those people. I loved working out solely because it made me feel good. I would run

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Not A New Pump, Rather A NuStep

Disclaimer: I have no financial interest in NuStep, LLC nor did I receive or agree to receive valuable consideration of any kind for writing this article. My name is Gary Grist. I retired in December of 2014. Anyone who retires thinking all their problems are solved should think again; finances, healthcare, estate planning, etc. My

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Exercise Is A Priority

Its been 7 weeks, and I’m down 10 pounds. I’m weighing in at 165, not exactly where I wanted to be, but life gets in the way and that is something I continue to work on. I love my NuStep and the fact that it is right in my living room. However, I still find

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NuStep: “Champion Mentality”

Hi everybody! My name is Natalie Buchoz. I am a 23-year old college graduate from the University of Southern California (USC), entrepreneur, philanthropist, animal lover and Spinal Cord Injury victim. I am going to start this post with a little bit of background about myself, then I am going to transition into how the NuStep

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