What is your take on the 2015–2020 Dietary Guidelines? Do you think they hit the mark, and if so, how will you use them to guide clients’ nutrition challenges? If you don’t think they hit the mark, do you think highlights from the DGAC report are a sensible alternative? How will you use the DGs or the DGAC report to steer clients in the right direction?
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What programs or fitness equipment are you finding most popular with participants as they begin to return to in-person training?
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