Category Archives for Fitness

Reconnect with Clean Eating: 3 Tips for a Fall Do-over!

When I was younger, I always liked the concept of “do-overs” – you know, when you mess something up, you get another try. I love applying that metaphor to our health. It’s easy to be overly hard

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Does the Ab Roller Work?

Does the ab roller really work? Or are sit-ups just as good? What are the best exercises for firming your middle? Ab roller or Sit-ups? The short answer is, yes the ab roller does work and no, sit-ups

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The Poor Man’s High Protein, Easy-to-Make Diet

If you’re looking to get stronger and build muscle, you need protein. The logic is very simple: in order to build muscle, you need to consume more protein than your body breaks down. Eat enough protein,

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Top 5 Reasons Why We Become Fat Without Realizing It

Losing fat isn’t always easy, we try anything and everything like crazy diets, stop eating by living on cabbage, walk 10,000 steps a day and slave all day on the treadmill. Yet it’s not working at

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Best Pull Up Bars

Pull up bars in your home are a truly excellent way to get in shape, build great upper body muscle and body tone and increase overall fitness levels. Thousands of people sign up for gym memberships when

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What is an Ideal Body Fat Percentage I Should Be Shooting For?

So let’s say I start putting all of these principles into practice. I am pumpin’ weights, busting out miles of cardio, and gnawing on protein, fat, and veggies. You are looking to lose fat and lower

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20 Ways to Boost Your Metabolism

While sipping on my mug filled with green tea this morning I thought I’d do a post on 20 ways to boost your metabolism. The importance? I think most of us struggle with a crappy metabolism. I know I

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8 Strategies to Beat Stress

Stress is inevitable. All events in life, happy or unhappy, create it. How you react to that stress is what determines your physical and emotional state. Stress can negatively affect our health. Hypertension,

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Why Your Diet Alone is Not Enough

Imagine standing on one side of a very large room full of furniture, and you must walk through it to get to the opposite side.  There’s no straight path, and you have to do it blindfolded. You’ll

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Post Rehabilitation and Exercise

Anyone who has suffered an injury can attest to the feelings of weakness, low motivation, and pain. Many still believe to rest and not move is to heal and by doing any exercise they will re-injure or cause

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