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So many people ask: What should I eat? But what they’re really asking is: “How do I align my nutrition habits with my individual aesthetic and athletic goals?” Counting Calories: Generally speaking if you want to lose weight you should eat more protein and less carbohydrates, and a moderate intake of fat. It breaks down[…]

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This is a common question and the answer is different for everyone.   Here are some universal truths: Protein and Fat digest slower so those foods will make you feel slower and heavier when you’re out of breath. Peanut butter or a dairy-heavy meal 30minutes before a workout is canceled! Simple carbs like fruit will[…]

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When the gym started I was doing a workout every day at 5:30am with two clients, one was a high school friend and the other was my Mom. It felt normal because my family has always worked out together. We’ve always gone on runs, lifted weights, swam, and competed in various races or events. My[…]

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Super common question: should the knees move over the toes when you squat? Yep for sure – in order to squat in a comfortable and stable position, your knees have to flex forward over the foot. That’s normal. The real question is: “how do I squat safely within the boundaries of my hip-anatomy and neutral[…]

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Hi All, I stopped pursuing a career as a Paramedic primarily because I was losing my compassion. It was scary. The daily stress got to me in an insidious way that I wasn’t prepared for. The story I told myself was that I was saving lives. But I found that I was starting to not[…]

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The term ‘paralysis by analysis’ is a funny way of saying something very real. If you give a person two choices, they’ll choose their favorite. But if you give them three choices, they won’t choose at all. It’s too overwhelming. Psychologists and Economists like Dan Ariely have written about ‘decision fatigue’, which references how worn[…]

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Pastor Paul’s Story – by Paul Mitchell I’ve never described myself as an athlete because I thought it was synonymous with being a ‘jock’ – which I am not. But there have been times in my life that I was active physically, and I’ve always felt more confident and even-keeled in those times. As a[…]

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This time of year is about when those New Years’ resolutions start to fade. We start to lose motivation. Here’s why. Because get-rich-quick schemes don’t work, get-lean shakes, and crash diets are all predatory schemes. There are shortcuts to fitness, but there’s also a lot of lies out there. Here’s a quick test (From Seth[…]

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