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Fitness Myths, Don’t Believe The Hype

Fitness Myths, Don’t Believe The Hype

There are tons of opinions about the best way to get in shape. How do you know what recommendations you should follow? The advice that resonates with you is the best to heed. If you haven't found the right path to improve your fitness, here are a few myths that you...

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Join My Online ZOOM Virtual Bootcamp

Join My Online ZOOM Virtual Bootcamp

Most of us are home right now. With our routines thrown off, it can be hard to say, "Let me get off the couch and go exercise". Your gym may be closed, but that doesn't mean you need to skip your group workout. Get the structure you need from a real-time,...

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Are You Setting Realistic Goals For The New Year?

Are You Setting Realistic Goals For The New Year?

Each year when the calendar rolls over again, human beings all around the world engage in many strange behaviors. Many people pass into the new year by consuming entirely too much food and alcohol, then they do the world-famous countdown to the happy new year and...

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Should You Do A New Year’s Detox?

Should You Do A New Year’s Detox?

After spending the past month enjoying one-too-many cookies, peppermint mochas and spiked eggnogs, eliminating last year’s dietary sins seems like the perfect start. Supplements, coffee enemas, juice fasts, heat wraps and teas all promise a new, detoxified body, but...

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Tips To Get Calories Out Of Your Restaurant Food

Tips To Get Calories Out Of Your Restaurant Food

When I eat out I want it to be special, consequently, I don’t eat out often. You may have seen the advice on how to shave calories at restaurants but really, are you wanting to pay high restaurant prices for undressed salads and...

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How To Add Variety To Your Daily Eating Habits

How To Add Variety To Your Daily Eating Habits

The Beautiful Thing about good, balanced nutrition is this: everything fits together in such a perfect way that just focusing on eating (early, often, balanced, and lean) will give you a blessing of nutrients. You don’t have to analyze your intake continually to be...

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Top 10 Excuses For Not Exercising

Top 10 Excuses For Not Exercising

In spite of the well-documented benefits of exercising, only 5% of adults in the U.S. exercise the prescribed 30 minutes a day, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It is easy to come up with many reasons/excuses for not exercising – I’m too...

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What Should I Eat Before Exercising?

What Should I Eat Before Exercising?

So let’s start with the basics. By eating a healthy, well-considered meal 1-2 hours before exercise, and another healthy, well-considered meal within 1-2 hours after exercise, most people can meet their workout nutrition needs without anything else. In other words, If...

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Are Low-Carb Diets Good Or Bad?

Are Low-Carb Diets Good Or Bad?

Ask almost anyone what they need to do to lose a few pounds, and they’ll probably say: “Cut back on the carbs.” As a weight loss strategy, cutting carbs (while reducing the total number of calories) clearly works pretty well for some people. But here’s the thing. Most...

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Cardio VS Strength Training, Which Is Better For Weight Loss

Cardio VS Strength Training, Which Is Better For Weight Loss

So Let's Clear Things Up! Cardio exercise keeps you weak and pudgy because it doesn’t build muscle. In fact, only doing cardio exercise can cause a loss of muscle, because your body will shed anything it’s not using. And if you’re only doing cardio, you’re not using...

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