Stop Doing It For The ‘Gram

  • Category: Blog
  • Published: July 6, 2020

More and more often these days we encounter folks living life through the lens of their smartphone. Ever since becoming a social influencer turned into a real career it has become increasingly difficult to know what is real and what is staged. Not only that, but how often are you interrupting your own life in ...

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3 Nutrition Tips When You’re Stuck at Home

  • Category: Blog
  • Published: June 29, 2020

Under a Stay at Home order, a lot changes in your normal everyday activity. You aren’t doing your two-a-day workouts, maybe your parks are closed so you’re not running around enjoying the weather, or maybe your pick-up basketball games have come to a halt. The point is that we’ve all become a little less active ...

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Tips to Boost Your Immune System

  • Category: Blog
  • Published: June 22, 2020

Global pandemic or not, as flus and viruses surface in the world it’s important to know how your daily practices impact your health. Especially when you’re someone who challenges your immune system on a daily basis in your daily training. So let’s chat about some ways to boost our immune system both now and in ...

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The Top 5 Functional Foods

  • Category: Blog
  • Published: June 15, 2020

What we eat should be both enjoyable and sustain, or better yet, build our health.   Whether you spend more time binging the latest Netflix series or accomplishing physically demanding workouts, what we eat and drink has a major influence on our health and wellness. Regardless of where you lay on this spectrum, I believe ...

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5 Bodyweight Exercises That Will Make You Better At Everything

  • Category: Blog
  • Published: June 8, 2020

No doubt that in the past few months your workout routine has changed. Depending on the space available that was in your home and what equipment you have access to that change may have been drastic. If you really enjoy lifting heavy and make that the focus of your training then you may have gotten ...

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Just Not Your Type

  • Category: Blog
  • Published: June 1, 2020

Ever feel like all the hard work you’re putting in isn’t paying off? Maybe you are sticking to a diet that one of your friends swears by and you haven’t lost a pound. What gives?! You may be struggling to achieve results if the plan you’re on doesn’t best line up with what your body ...

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Becoming Better, In Quarantine and In Life

  • Category: Blog
  • Published: May 26, 2020

So you may be working from home in your pajamas, or maybe your job has even been affected by the global pandemic (and you’re still in your pajamas) everyday. Let’s talk about why you need to set some standards for you and your household if you want to come out of this pandemic better than ...

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Work, Play, Compete, or Live Forever

  • Category: Blog
  • Published: March 15, 2020

If you are thinking about trying out a new training routine it’s important for you to consider your goals versus the goals of the program. Most folks who participate in CrossFit and other HIIT styles of training may not know or understand the different styles of training available and who they might be best for. ...

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Where does alcohol fit into your training?

  • Category: Blog
  • Published: March 11, 2020

Since about 7000 B.C., alcohol has been a staple for gatherings in many cultures. You may have heard that wine can actually be a healthy beverage for your heart, or that a hot toddy when you’re sick makes you get better quickly. Are these claims true? Like most answers: yes and no. It depends on ...

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Is Boutique Fitness Right for Me?

  • Category: Blog
  • Published: December 3, 2018

If you’re ready for results it’s time to ditch the health club… There was a time when we got all the exercise we require from our daily activities. But as hunting and gathering lead to farming and eventually the industrialized world we live in today the need for human “labor” has been nearly eradicated. Now ...

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