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27 Fitness and Fat Loss Tips

These 27 Fitness and Fat Loss Tips will get you on the right track: 1. Visualize the accomplishment of your goals each and every day. Experience the taste of success and feel that sweet satisfaction. 2. Push the intensity of your workouts. Don’t kill time, burn calories by maintaining a challenging intensity. 3. Use smaller plates at home. This effortlessly …

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31 Flavors of Protein Shakes

Protein is an essential macronutrient for building lean muscle mass. So there’s no disputing the fact that protein shakes are an important tool for fitness gains and fat loss. Not only does a protein shake meal replacement take only a few minutes to prepare, it keeps you on point with your nutrition while making it easy to avoid unhealthy fast …

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3 Healthy Dinners You Can Throw Together After Work

Having a busy day with work and errands and meetings? You aren’t alone. Most of our clients complain of simply not having enough time at the end of their days to cook healthy dinners. This I’m-too-busy-to-cook mentality leads to unhealthy dinner choices from restaurants and fast food chains. And like I’ve told you before, you can exercise every day, but …

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5 Myths for Losing Belly Fat

Bathing suit season is right around the corner…are you ready or are you looking to lose belly fat? Most people want to slim down before baring it all, so I’m here to warn you of the 5 Myths for losing belly fat that could waste your time: Myth #1: Do extra crunches to flatten your abs. Excessive crunches aren’t the …

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13 Reasons to Exercise

Let’s face it, some days you just don’t feel like going to the gym to exercise. You get too busy, too stressed and quite simply too tired. Here’s a list of 13 of the top reasons to exercise. Pull out this list and read it when you’re having one of those days. 1. To Prevent Disease Exercising has been proven …

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Want to shape up for summer? Eat at home.

In today’s fast paced world we consume over 30% of our daily calories away from home. These less-than-wholesome calories are accumulating around our waists and draining our bank accounts. So why do we eat out and shun the kitchen? Simple: convenience. We don’t have the time to toil away over a hot stove. However, evidence is mounting that we are …

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Sitting: A Comfortable Health Risk

Sitting can be a burden on the body. It can cause the hip flexors and chest muscles to tighten, weaken the core muscles, and even lead to blood clots. People who sit for more than 80% of their day have also been known to have higher cholesterol and higher blood pressure. While traditional exercise helps, the best solution is obvious: …

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Distracted Exercise

Being distracted during exercise can actually lead to a better mood. Unless you’re not paying attention to what you’re doing and you drop a dumbbell on my foot, then none of us will be happy. However, when used in conjunction with cardiovascular activities, a distraction such as television or music can elicit a better mood than exercise alone. I’m sure …

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Organically Grown, Worth the Dough?

What does it mean for food to carry the “USDA Organic” label? Is it worth the extra money? In order for any products to carry the term USDA Organic, they must contain at least 95% organic composites. Meaning, at least 95% of what the product is made of, whether it be a box of cereal or an apple, must be …

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Work Your Body, Prevent Dementia

A recent study conducted in Canada followed 1600 adults for 5 years and discovered a risk for dementia that rivals the threat of even genetic predisposition: a sedentary lifestyle. People who did not exercise were as likely to be at risk for dementia as those who were genetically predisposed. The researchers who tracked the participants in the Canadian Study of …

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