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10 Things You Need to Know to Burn Body Fat and Get Lean

10 Things You Need to Know to Burn Body Fat and Get Lean This is the ultimate guide to fat loss and getting lean. Whether you’re looking to get swim suit ready for the summer, getting ready for a vacation to the Caribbean, or just want to get rid of unwanted body fat, you’re in […]

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Aerobic Training For Athletes

Aerobic Training For Athletes What is aerobic training Aerobic training, also known as cardio, improves an athlete’s ability to use oxygen to sustain activity for periods of time. The aerobic energy system utilizes fats, carbohydrates and sometimes proteins for re-synthesizing of Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) for energy use. ATP is the primary energy carrier in all […]

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How to Grocery Shop with Better Health in Mind

How to Grocery Shop with Better Health in Mind Vegetable and Fruit Aisle  You cannot go wrong with fruits and vegetables. Throw anything that appeals to you into the cart. More color variety = the more antioxidants and nutrients you’ll get. **DENOTES HIGH QUALITY NUTRIENTS** FRUIT RED □ Apples** □ Strawberries** □ Cherries** □ Watermelon** […]

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4 Reasons Why Estrogen Dominance is Growing and How to Prevent It

4 Reasons Why Estrogen Dominance is Growing and How to Prevent It Over the last 10 years of being a Dietitian, I have seen a growing population in estrogen dominance. Per Charles Poliquin’s “Biosignature hormonal assessment”, those that carry more fat in the triceps and thighs correlates with high estrogen. Other symptoms of high estrogen […]

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The Number One Exercise to Increase Your Upper Body Strength

The Number One Exercise to Increase Your Upper Body Strength Are you looking to increase your upper body strength? There are tons of exercises out there that can help improve your strength. But there is one that is above the rest. That is, the bench press. This is the number one exercise to increase your […]

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What’s Better, High Intensity or Low Intensity Training?

What’s Better, High Intensity or Low Intensity Training? What type of exercise is better for your body—high intensity or low intensity training? The answer is not that simple. It comes down to individual goals and how your body responds to exercise on a given day. Is your goal to decrease your body fat percentage, increase […]

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4 Tips for Maximum Recovery

4 Tips for Maximum Recovery As an athlete or gym warrior, it’s easy to get caught up in the barbells, sleds, and plyo boxes. While what you do in the gym is unbelievably important, taking care of your body when you’re not at the gym is equally as important. I have put together a list […]

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Simple Nutrition Guide to Launch into a Healthy Lifestyle

A sound nutrition plan is all about energy balance. This is the relationship between calories in and calories out. Other key factors that contribute to launching a healthy lifestyle include macro and micro nutrients. These play a key role in your metabolism and hormones which contributes to how your body processes food for energy. This nutrition […]

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Prime Your Body For Results with This Short Stationary Dynamic Warm Up

Prime Your Body For Results with This Short Stationary Dynamic Warm Up Are you doing a dynamic warm up before your workout routine? If you’re not, you could be leaving performance benefits on the table and potentially putting yourself at risk for injury. I know it may not always be practical to spend 15 minutes […]

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Which is Better, Dynamic or Static Stretching?

Which is Better, Dynamic or Static Stretching? Dynamic and static stretching has been a discussion topic in the fitness industry for quite some time. The main thing to keep in mind is that everyone’s body is different as well as their perception of“fitness” and “mobility.” We all have some form of  compensation or tightness within our […]

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