3 tips to overcome winter weight gain

People tend to pack on a few pounds during the winter months simply because they eat more and move less.  Not this Winter! It’s time to make this your best Winter ever to live healthier, get stronger and jump into Spring looking and feeling better. Although winter...

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5 Tips to Increase Your Energy Levels

Eat a protein and carbohydrate for Breakfast. If you don’t eat breakfast or only have an egg or just a piece of toast, this is imbalanced and doesn’t give you sustained energy for the day and can break your muscle tissue down which can lead to weight gain. Eat a...

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18 Reasons to strength train 2-3x week

Stops muscle loss and helps begin the rebuilding process. Makes daily activities easier, from carrying groceries to rearranging your furniture. Gives you a sculpted look. Increases bone density, giving you a strong, stable skeleton. Improves balance and coordination....

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4 Tips to Get in Shape at 40+

  Focus on building lean muscle as you age that burns more calories 24/7 versus just trying to burn more calories in the workout which can actually break muscle down and leave you scratching your head why you’re not getting the results you are looking for.  Strength...

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Why athletes get hurt in the weightroom

Increasing strength in the weight room is paramount to improving performance on the playing field.  How the athlete lifts weights and progresses their routine will dictate how much of that strength is transferred to the playing field to be unleashed as “useable...

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What Motivates You?

The statistics Brace yourself.  According to Rod K. Dishman, Ph.D., director of the Behavioral Fitness Laboratory at the University of Georgia, nearly 50 percent of people who begin an exercise program drop out within the first 6 months.  The question is, “Why?”  What...

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Benefits of In Season training

Reduce Injury/ Soreness – a number of athletes experience chronic levels of soreness when they start team training in preparation for the Fall season. Soreness can be reduced with the appropriate flexibility and massage training program because it flushes toxic debris...

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3 Tips to Burn More Fat

3 Tips to Burn More Fat 1. Build Muscle - Muscle is the most active tissue in your body. The more lean muscle you have, the more calories your body burns. Your workouts should be focused around building your body up, not breaking it down through high caloric burn...

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Osteoporosis – “The Silent Thief”

Osteoporosis “The Silent Thief”, has affected more than 25 million persons in the United States. Osteoporosis is a disease associated with the reduction of bone mineral density and an increase in hip and vertebral fractures. The main areas of fractures in osteoporotic...

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What are Shin Splints and What to Do?

What are Shin Splints and What to do? The American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons defines shin splints as pain along the inner edge of the shinbone (tibia). Many athletes suffer from shin splints, especially those who participate in repetitive sports such as track and...

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