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Recipe for Results: 4 Ingredients for Fitness Success

Not seeing results for all your work in the gym? Below, we dive into what the exact recipe for results involves and how you can start seeing the improvements you want. 4 Ingredients for Fitness Success Results don’t just happen overnight. They require time, effort, perseverance – and these four key ingredients: 1. SMART GoalsIf you don’t know where you’re […]

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Body Fat 101: Good vs. Bad and How Much Is Too Much

Your body needs body fat. Yet carrying around too much of it can increase your risk of chronic disease and affect your overall health and longevity. This article aims to provide some clarity around body fat, the benefits of “good” fat and the disadvantages of “bad” fat. What’s a Healthy Body Fat Percentage? Healthy body fat percentages differ for men […]

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How to Find Effective Vegetarian Protein Sources

As saying goes, a healthy body starts with sound nutrition. And for many fitness success is 20% exercise and 80% nutrition.That’s why when our Personal Training Clients asks us how to find an effective vegetarian protein, we often start by educating them about what a protein is.By giving them this foundation they then can figure things out for themselves (when […]

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8 Tips to Tackle Your Fitness Goals for Good

When it comes down to personal fitness goals, if you truly want to succeed, you need more than just a resolution. Here are our 8 tips to help you tackle your fitness goals for good. 1. Get SupportCreate a support structure and surround yourself with positive influences. Fitness-minded friends, colleagues, and supportive family members go a long way towards keeping […]

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Is it Possible to be Overweight and Healthy?

It can be confusing to know what being “healthy” means and what it looks like – because, in reality, healthy does look different for everyone. We’ve discussed previously such as the ‘skinny-fat’ phenomenon, illustrating the misconception that many have that thin = healthy. And, as many have said before, it is entirely possible to be overweight, yet healthy ‘under the […]

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