The New Year’s Resolution Conundrum

  • Category: Blog
  • Published: January 26, 2020

Resolution. A firm decision to do or not to do something. Goal. An idea for the future or desired result that a person envisions, plans and commits to achieve. Some things happen in life with the flick of a switch. When you want to turn a light on you simply flip the knob, clap your ...

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5 Health Metrics That Are More Important Than Weight

  • Category: Blog
  • Published: January 16, 2020

  For some strange reason American’s have chosen the scale as their favorite way to track progress around their health. People derive their sense of self worth based on the number facing up at them from between their feet. If you’re someone who draws any sort of emotional reaction, positive or negative, from the scale ...

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4 Ways to Save Your Joints

  • Category: Blog
  • Published: January 9, 2020

When you are dedicated to your training and putting in the hours to achieve your goals then there is nothing more frustrating than joint pain and inflammation. It almost feels like your body is punishing you for working hard. No fair, right! Rather than make excuses about your pain or backing off on your training ...

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5 Tips to Help You Change with the Season

  • Category: Blog
  • Published: December 29, 2019

      It’s easy to start off the New Year full of energy and grand plans, but starting small will give you a greater chance of success. Instead of planning an unrealistic workout schedule, aim for three days a week. Rather than swearing off all your favorite unhealthy treats, vow to limit them to ...

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How To Become A Fat Burning Woman

  • Category: Blog
  • Published: December 1, 2019

How To Become A Fat Burning Woman Evolutionary women were built for childbearing. Unlike men, women have survival techniques that are unique to their bodies in order to prepare them for growing another human. While this is a beautiful miraculous trait, it comes with some conditions that specifically come into play when we are talking ...

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Eat to Thrive, Not Survive

  • Category: Blog
  • Published: November 5, 2019

      There are a lot of areas in life where “good enough” can be the goal. Ultimately you have a finite amount of time on this planet and if a task is not important to you then you want to outsource it or put in the minimum effective dose of effort so you ...

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The Power of Choice

  • Category: Blog
  • Published: December 3, 2018

Most of us have an area in our life we wish we were performing better in. That part of us that doesn’t quite fit into our own skin. It could be a touchy subject that our spouse and friends know to steer clear of, the elephant in the room. It could be the promotion you ...

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Energy Systems Exploration

  • Category: Blog
  • Published: October 5, 2018

As a living, breathing, blog reading individual you’ve probably learned the basics around how food provides the body with energy. There are actually several different ways that this can occur and they depend on the activity being performed. Depending on our sport or activity, nutrition, genetics, and level of training will each play a role ...

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Maximize Your Macros:

  • Category: Blog
  • Published: October 5, 2018

A Consumer’s guide to Fat, Carbs, and Protein… Diet and nutrition are a highly individual journey and no one answer is true or right for everyone. The simple fact of the matter is that when it comes down to it, you have to figure out what works best for you. However there are some overarching ...

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Strength Training for Injury Prevention

  • Category: Blog
  • Published: October 5, 2018

“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” -Benjamin Franklin Life is unpredictable and sometimes in our sports, exercise, and daily life we come out of these unpredictable situations a little bit worse for the wear… Some folks try to prevent these situations from happening through avoidance, but if you want to have ...

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