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10 Tips for a Healthy Fat Loss Revolution

Healthy fat loss requires a fundamental paradigm shift. The way you think, beliefs about who you are, your behavior and values, what’s important and what motivates you all must be challenged. Healthy fat loss takes a plan, an open mind, faith, valuing self, compliance, perseverance, and a lot of hard work. Healthy fat loss isn’t […]

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Fun and Challenging Workouts

I had a blast with Troy Anderson of Anderson’s Training Systems as he took me through a couple of his kettlebell workouts. The last video is crazy and fun. Thanks for watching! How to Use Kettlebells — 3 Exercises to Work Your Arms, Abs and Legs   The 80 Rep Kettlebell Fitness Challenge Workout for […]

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Do You Have a Damaged Metabolism?

Have you struggled for longer than you care to remember to lose weight with little if any results despite your efforts? Over the last twenty years, hundreds of women have consulted with me because they were sick and tired of feeling sick and tired. They were frustrated in their failed attempts to lose weight, or […]

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Exercise Addiction: Signs, Symptoms & Side Effects

Exercise addiction is probably the most contradictory of all addictions. Many compulsive exercisers have behaviors similar to drug addicts, including altered moods and withdrawal. While some people are too sedentary, on the other end of the spectrum there are others who are obsessive and extreme in their mission for a leaner physique going overboard with […]

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Marathon Training Tips: Perform Your Best & Stay Injury-Free

Are you considering running a marathon? Many people are inspired to challenge themselves and attain the goal of completing a marathon. Running a marathon is an activity that requires preparation, a well-designed marathon training program, dedication, nutrition, injury prevention, and sufficient rest and recovery. Marathon Training: Most Common Injuries & Muscular Imbalances Due to the […]

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Hormonal Body Fat Profile: BioPrint & BioSig

BioPrint, BioSignature and Metabolic Analytics are systems developed by world renowned Olympic strength coach, Charles Poliquin aka The Real Strength Sensei. BioPrint, BioSignature and Metabolic Analytics are based on scientific evidence that where people store their body fat is an indication of their hormonal profile. Charles Poliquin — The Real Strength Sensei was such a […]

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The Best Exercise to Boost Metabolism

Building and keeping muscle (your metabolically active tissue) is crucial to boost metabolism, remain strong, age healthy and lose body fat. One of the causes, as well as a symptom of the aging process is sarcopenia (muscle loss) and dynapenia (loss of strength). Both sarcopenia and dynapenia lead to overall weakness and is a direct […]

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Replenish Electrolytes: Symptoms of Electrolyte Imbalance

Electrolytes are nutrients that are important for a variety of essential functions in your body including muscle, nerve and brain function. Maintaining your electrolyte levels and keeping electrolytes balanced is essential for your health and well-being. Signs and Symptoms of an Electrolyte Imbalance Anxiety Headaches Trouble sleeping, insomnia Muscle spasms, charley horses, muscle cramps Confusion, […]

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Roll like a Pro: Foam Roller Exercises

Foam roller exercises are an excellent DIY fascia therapy and self-myofascial release to sore, tight muscles and improved performance. Do you experience restricted movement? Aches and pains? Sore, tight muscles? Poor posture? Text neck? Sit too much? Any of these can result in poor performance, fatigue, altered breathing patterns, degenerative disc disease, neck, knee and […]

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The Health Benefits of Glutamine

Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in the body, and one of the few amino acids that can cross the blood–brain barrier serving as fuel for the brain, muscles, intestinal lining and white blood cells. The most relevant glutamine-producing tissue is muscle mass, which accounts for approximately 90% of all glutamine synthesized. Glutamine is […]

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