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Weight Loss Isn’t Always About Eating Less and Exercising More

January 3, 2013 | Comments: 25 Comments

Categories: Motivation, Nutrition, Science, Wellness

This is the longest blog post I have ever written, but it’s important. Everybody screws up once in a while and sometimes it takes a while to realize there was a screw up. It took me almost four years to realize that I was making the same mistake every day. Every freaking day. I was […]

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Client Success!

November 25, 2012 | Comments: None Yet - Post a Comment

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A huge CONGRATULATIONS goes out to Robin Coon for working her way off blood pressure meds! I’m so happy for you and proud of all your hard work. Next up, Disney Princess Half-Marathon! Related posts: Benefits of Meditation

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Weight Doesn’t Matter

February 27, 2012 | Comments: None Yet - Post a Comment

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We hear it every day, “Americans are getting fatter.” All one has to do is look around the office to see that this is true. Americans consume more food than they ever have and we eat the least variety of food among developed nations. Is it all our fault? Are we a nation lacking willpower? […]

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Small Changes Are All It Takes

April 21, 2010 | Comments: 2 Comments

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I know I usually write some wonderful article that rocks your fitness world, but today I thought I would share something motivating. From the ZenHabits blog You can’t change your entire life. You can only change your next action. You can’t change a relationship with a loved one. You can only change your next interaction. […]

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Exercise Myths

April 14, 2010 | Comments: None Yet - Post a Comment

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People are finally starting to believe that a person cannot do a thousand crunches a day and lose belly fat, and that they cannot have a great work out then reward themselves with a cookie that comprises 25% of their daily food intake and still expect to lose weight, though if you are going to […]

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You Are What You Think: I Am, I Will, I Do

February 3, 2010 | Comments: None Yet - Post a Comment

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I and many others have written on the concept of not being able to out-train a bad diet. If you exercise seven days a week and go home and eat nothing but potato chips and ice cream, you will not become healthy or lean. Another thing you cannot out-train is a negative self-image. You truly […]

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