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  1. Eating a Better Breakfast

    The alarm rings and you press “snooze” one time too many. By the time you roll out of bed, you think it’s too late for break- fast so you don’t eat. While some people do skip breakfast on a regular basis, it’s not a good idea. The potential perils include a more sluggish metabolism as the body shifts into starvation-re...

  2. Intermittent Fasting: A Primer

    If you haven’t had a client ask about it yet, you will soon. Intermittent fasting has hit the mainstream, and a lot of peo- ple are taking notice. Proponents claim that intermittent fasting causes more rapid weight loss than other approaches; that it makes dieting easier; and that it improves blood glucose control and blood lipids. Does th...

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    • CJ Odonnell

      Where is the new studies. The newest one you have here is dated 8 years ago 2011???? A lot has h\changed since then.

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  3. How Much Protein Should You Eat—and When?

    Researchers find we’re eating too much protein at the wrong times—and not enough at the right times.

  4. 6 Simple Swaps for More Mindful Eating

    Replace clients' mindless eating with mindless eating solutions for everyday life.

  5. Imagery Techniques for Mental Toughness

    All of us instinctively use visualization (aka imagery) to help us perform better. Have you ever paid close attention to an expert's technique and then tried to replicate it in your mind? Have you mentally practiced your own performance before physically executing it?

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    • Never hid the fact that I sometimes turn to ( Nothing in this strange, shameful no, everyone wants love and affection and when you do not have a girl, all that remains is ... see more

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  6. Home

    David Berger, who is described in a police Facebook post as "distraught", left his home in the Town of Tonawanda around 2 a.m.

  7. Corrective Exercise for Shoulder Impairments

    Movie stars, athletes and brides-to-be work hard to develop shoulders that are aesthetically pleasing, and shoulders are an integral part of the big somatic “picture.” However, there is much more going on in this area than meets the eye. The shoulder complex involves more than one joint, and healthy, functional shoulders are more desira...

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      Corrective Exercise for Shoulder Impairments via @ideafit

      Via: Sep 23, 2018
  8. Helping Parkinson’s Sufferers

    For Kathi Sims, RN, fitness has always been a way of life. While she was working as a registered nurse in Chatham, Ontario, she began teaching early-morning, evening and Saturday exercise classes. What was a part-time passion turned into her main focus when she and her husband retired to Sarasota, Florida.

  9. Sample Class: Functional Strength for Older Adults

    Baby Boomers are constantly bombarded with promises to lift, tighten and rejuvenate their bodies and “turn back the clock.” Truthfully, fitness professionals can roll back the clock for older participants! When you improve strength and stability, you increase functionality and combat the effects of sarcopenia (age-related muscle loss).

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  11. 3 Top Coaching Tips for Trainers

    The fitness and wellness industry is thriving, with an ever-blossoming array of classes, techniques and equipment. But how do fit pros win over the 80% of adults who don’t exercise? Try broadening your reach by borrowing three techniques from the field of professional coaching.

  12. Terms of Service - Online Hotline

    Terms: During your session, we will not ask for information that would identify you (such as your name or address) and we will not record the chat. However, if you disclose your name and location and are under 18 or if we fear that you are in danger of committing suicide (or otherwise as required by law), we may have to provide information you have given us to the appropriate authorities.

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  13. Consumption of Pistachios Promotes Beneficial Gut Bacteria

    Research indicates that pistachio consumption can help alter potentially beneficial gut bacteria levels. Important functions are provided by gut microbiota, and modification towards a 'beneficial' composition is a promising approach for intestinal health support, with a potential impact on overall health, and it seems that pistachios could play a part in this modification.

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  15. Over 40 Training is a Scam - Bryan Krahn

    All right, that's click-baity exaggeration. How about, if you're fit it's ineffective, out of touch, and painfully condescending? Some back-story: a popular magazine asked me to write an article on weight training for the over 40 average Joe. While I was flattered to be singled-out for this assignment, the warm & fuzzy feeling faded once I skimmed similar articles in their archives.

    • @LeroyPumphrey

      This is a really good article about how to manage training as you age....NO aging doesn't mean you cant train...

      Via: Apr 18, 2016
    • @BryanKrahn

      This article sure was popular.

      Via: Sep 23, 2018
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