There are so many diets out there to help people lose weight. Lets face it, weight loss is a million-dollar industry. What I like to see my clients focus on instead of 'dieting,' is : making healthy food choices, using portion control, and supplementing with the necessary vitamins to fuel their needs. So many diets these days involve deleting a whole food group, such a carbs, from your daily intake. Our body need carbs, protein and fat everyday. It is important though to educate yourself on what carbs to eat as well as which are the healthy fats.

Cheating and Self Sabotage!

When it comes to proper nutrition I see many people cheating and thinking it is ok. If you eat a good healthy nutrition plan and exercise you can reach every goal. So why self sabotage with alcohol or extra sugar?I will be the first to tell you that cheat meals are ok, but not every night or multiple in the same night. Binging happens more times then not and people just are not recognizing that they are even doing it. This is why tracking your nutrition is very important. 

National Posture Institute Affiliate & Commission Program

The National Posture Institute, the leader in posture analysis training and education, is now inviting you to become an NPI Affiliate!  By becoming an NPI Affiliate, you will be able to promote and earn up to a 20% commission on selected products every time one of your referrals purchases one of our online certificate programs, educational DVDs, posture assessment products and on-site workshop registrations!   

Today's Fitness/Health Tip: SAY YES TO STRETCH!

The American College of Sports Medicine recommends adding stretching to your overall fitness regime to maintain or improve your range of motion. At least 10 minutes of stretching the major muscle groups, two to three times per week can dramatically improve flexibility. If you are a beginner, gradually incorporate just a few stretches into your day—at work, before bed or after your morning shower. Stretching is most effective when your muscles are warm.

It's not a priority ~ it's just one more thing I have to do: or is it?

For most people making exercise a top of the list priority is not realistic. The thought of actually "having to workout" every day (even for 30 minutes) seems daunting. I have written about this in a previous blog and have posted a blog on Jills List about "not having time". 

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3 substances that control your blood sugar and improve insulin sensitivity (helping fat loss)

3 substances that control your blood sugar and improve insulin sensitivity (helping fat loss) Mike Geary Certified Nutrition Specialist Certified Personal Trainer You probably already know that controlling your blood sugar response from the foods that you eat is a VERY important factor for controlling your ability to burn fat, balance your hormones, and also prevent diabetes.

2nd Half

Hey there ... its time for another blog post!

PLAY IN THE SAND: Make Your Own Outdoor Workout.

Check out my latest post on IN THE SAND: Make Your Own Outdoor Workout.***Check out my other CGN posts here.

CrossCore180® versus Free-weights

CrossCore180® versus Free-weightsThe upstart portable takes on the heavyweight champion of resistance training By Marty GallagherCoach, Team USA, IPF world team powerlifting champions; IPF world masters powerlifting champion Imagination is the only limitation 
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