Oxidative Stress / Free Radicals in our Body

You have about 37,200,000,000 cells in your body. And they are suffering from Oxidative Stress - kind of like the rusting of an engine. This is what causes aging and disease What are you doing about it? Vitamins, blueberries, oranges, spinach, high doses...

WORK LIFE BALANCE

WORK LIFE BALANCE To help balance our work with our health, try incorporating the below tips into the work week routine. Breathe When feeling stressed out and drowning in Excel spreadsheets, we often forget to simply breathe. Taking time to focus on our...

Aging – Anti-Aging – Oxidative Stress – Free Radicals!

You have about 37,200,000,000 cells in your body. And they are suffering from Oxidative Stress - kind of like the rusting of an engine. This is what causes aging and disease What are you doing about it? Vitamins, blueberries, oranges, spinach, high doses of juice,...

Avoiding Weekend Weight Gain

Universal truth: the weekend always seems like the perfect opportunity to really live out all of our healthy aims. We’ll sleep in, we tell ourselves. We’ll have more time to exercise or to cook healthy meals. Finally, we’ll have the chance to kick back and...

No sugar diet! pro and cons!

No sugar diet – pro and cons! We all know that guzzling cans of soda, and eating on bags of cookies isn’t great for our health. Refined and processed sugars contribute to heart disease, obesity, and diabetes, and is one of the main problem there is for...

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No sugar diet! pro and cons!

No sugar diet – pro and cons! We all know that guzzling cans of soda, and eating on bags of cookies isn’t great for our health. Refined and processed sugars contribute to heart disease, obesity, and diabetes, and is one of the main problem there is for...

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The many Benefits of Exercising

Many of us consider exercise as a good way to lose weight. While calorie burn and weight loss have deeper health benefits, it is easy to get caught up in their superficial side effects. The benefits of exercise go much farther than simply the calories burned. Exercise...

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Healthy Grocery Shopping Tips For Cereals

Healthy grocery shopping for Cereal: What used to be just a kid’s meal is now America’s favorite breakfast. And it makes sense. Cold cereal makes for a fast, easy, and inexpensive meal or a quick and easy snack. Still, cereal sometimes gets a bad rap for being packed...

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Fuel Your Fitness: Pre and Post Workout Nutrition

So you’ve committed to an exercise program! Good for you! But did you know that you can boost your results and energy level with just a few simple changes in your diet? I recommend fueling up within two to four hours of a workout. And it’s the fuels you use that...

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Is there such a thing as too much exercise?
The New Year is accompanied by many resolutions such as ‘exercising more.’ Is there such a thing as too much exercise? Definitely! In situations where muscles are severely damaged by doing too much exercise can become the result.
It would be difficult to find a sane and rational person who disagreed with the statement that regular exercise is good for you, and that more is better within reasonable limits. For the beginner exerciser however, or for those who are unaccustomed to certain exercises, the question of ‘how much is too much?’ becomes extremely important. Two (among several others) important principles in exercise programming are overload and progression.
Overload simply means that in order for a change in fitness to take place, the individual must perform more work than they are currently accustomed to performing.
Progression means that in order for an exercise program to be safe and effective, the overload should be increased gradually over a period of several weeks. I hope that helps...
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Is there such a thing as too much exercise?
The New Year is accompanied by many resolutions such as ‘exercising more.’ Is there such a thing as too much exercise? Definitely! In situations where muscles are severely damaged by doing too much exercise can become the result. 
It would be difficult to find a sane and rational person who disagreed with the statement that regular exercise is good for you, and that more is better within reasonable limits. For the beginner exerciser however, or for those who are unaccustomed to certain exercises, the question of ‘how much is too much?’ becomes extremely important. Two (among several others) important principles in exercise programming are overload and progression. 
Overload simply means that in order for a change in fitness to take place, the individual must perform more work than they are currently accustomed to performing. 
Progression means that in order for an exercise program to be safe and effective, the overload should be increased gradually over a period of several weeks.  I hope that helps...
We are here to assist

Happy Holidays, Happy Birthday and Merry Christmas to y'all.
If you are like many of us you know that January and its New Years resolution is coming. Don't despair! We have a weight loss challenge starting in January. 90 days, to win $5 grand, a trip to the Bahamas and a make over! whaaat,.. get out a here.
Interested!!! Text, call message me for details.
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Happy Holidays, Happy Birthday and Merry Christmas to yall.
If you are like many of us you know that January and its New Years resolution is coming. Dont despair!  We have a weight loss challenge starting in January. 90 days, to win $5 grand, a trip to the Bahamas and a make over! whaaat,.. get out a here.
Interested!!! Text, call message me for details.

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Resistance Training As We Age – Use It or Lose It
As we become older (30+ yrs) our bodies are changing and many people don’t realize that their normal routines may be hindering their overall health, especially if their routines don’t include regular exercise, “Use It Or Lose It”. Some adults feel that if exercise hasn’t been included in their routine from an early age that they are too old to begin an exercise regimen once they get older. This is not true. Anyone, no matter what your age is, can benefit from exercise, especially strength training.
Please read more at www.fitness4.net and/or call/text me on how we can help get you to your goals. We are here to assist. Or simply just to say Hi. Remember: Our Body Is Built To Move!
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Resistance Training As We Age – Use It or Lose It
As we become older (30+ yrs) our bodies are changing and many people don’t realize that their normal routines may be hindering their overall health, especially if their routines don’t include regular exercise, “Use It Or Lose It”. Some adults feel that if exercise hasn’t been included in their routine from an early age that they are too old to begin an exercise regimen once they get older. This is not true. Anyone, no matter what your age is, can benefit from exercise, especially strength training.
Please read more at www.fitness4.net and/or call/text me on how we can help get you to your goals. We are here to assist. Or simply just to say Hi. Remember: Our Body Is Built To Move!

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Avoiding Weekend Weight Gain
Universal truth: the weekend always seems like the perfect opportunity to really live out all of our healthy aims.
We’ll sleep in, we tell ourselves. We’ll have more time to exercise or to cook healthy meals. Finally, we’ll have the chance to kick back and de-stress!
Yet, how often does the reality end up matching the intention? Weekends are actually the toughest times for some of my clients.
For many, it’s the lack of routine. For some, it’s the lack of free time because their schedules end up even more crammed than their work weeks are. Others struggle with the predicable pitfalls of weekend socializing. Whatever the reason, none of us want to surrender our work week gains to the hazards of a Saturday-Sunday backslide!
According to researchers our eating habits change quite dramatically at weekends, particularly as we reach for more alcoholic beverages and calorie-dense foods. If this is the case for you it can certainly be very easy to gain weight over time. A study published in the journal Obesity reports, statistically significant dietary intake differences occur for different days of the week.
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Avoiding Weekend Weight Gain
Universal truth: the weekend always seems like the perfect opportunity to really live out all of our healthy aims.
We’ll sleep in, we tell ourselves. We’ll have more time to exercise or to cook healthy meals. Finally, we’ll have the chance to kick back and de-stress!
Yet, how often does the reality end up matching the intention? Weekends are actually the toughest times for some of my clients.
For many, it’s the lack of routine. For some, it’s the lack of free time because their schedules end up even more crammed than their work weeks are. Others struggle with the predicable pitfalls of weekend socializing. Whatever the reason, none of us want to surrender our work week gains to the hazards of a Saturday-Sunday backslide!
According to researchers our eating habits change quite dramatically at weekends, particularly as we reach for more alcoholic beverages and calorie-dense foods. If this is the case for you it can certainly be very easy to gain weight over time. A study published in the journal Obesity reports, statistically significant dietary intake differences occur for different days of the week.

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Hidden Benefits of Exercising!
Many of us consider exercise as a good way to lose weight. While calorie burn and weight loss have deeper health benefits, it is easy to get caught up in their superficial side effects. The benefits of exercise go much farther than simply the calories burned. Exercise positively contributes to a high quality of life. Just to start, it helps keeping us young, acts as an anti inflammatory, and helps promoting fresh oxygen to our brain, keeping us clear-headed and energized. Other benefits of equal or higher importance what regular exercising promotes are:
1) Mind Body Connection
2) Bone Health
3)Detox
4)Brain Health
5) Lymphatic System
6)Discipline & Strength
I have details on the above 6 benefits on www.fitness4.net
Or call me for any questions you may have or just to say hi or leave me your comment. 512.413.9110. Thank You!
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Hidden Benefits of Exercising!
Many of us consider exercise as a  good way to lose weight. While calorie burn and weight loss have deeper health benefits, it is easy to get caught up in their superficial side effects. The benefits of exercise go much farther than simply the calories burned. Exercise positively contributes to a high quality of life. Just to start, it helps keeping us young, acts as an anti inflammatory, and helps promoting fresh oxygen to our brain, keeping us clear-headed and energized. Other benefits of equal or higher importance what regular exercising promotes are: 
1) Mind Body Connection
2) Bone Health
3)Detox
4)Brain Health
5) Lymphatic System
6)Discipline & Strength
I have details on the above 6 benefits on www.fitness4.net
Or call me for any questions you may have or just to say hi or leave me your comment. 512.413.9110. Thank You!

Life Kinetik explained in 90 seconds

Life Kinetik is a fun, active and scientifically designed training that helps us get closer to realizing the true capacity our brains possess. And the results are surprisingly quick to recognize. There have been multiple studies, such as the ones undertaken by both the University of Cologne as well as the Center for Mental health in Germany, which conclusively show that life Kinetik training increases the capacity of the brain and it’s problem solving intelligence.