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Self Defense Basics

I’m not one of those “doom and gloom” types, so please don’t take this as a self-serving scare tactic. That being said it is very important – increasingly so in fact – that we learn to identify, avoid and – if necessary – neutralize threats from others intent on doing us harm.  You’ve seen it […]

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Why Sit-Ups Won’t Get You a Flat Stomach

Clients ask me all the time how they can lose the muffin-top and develop six-pack abs. It seems, in fact, that the quest for the magic “perfect body” pill continues no matter what countless doctors, trainers, dietitians, medical studies and all the evidence is to the contrary. We cannot “spot-reduce” fat in one specific area […]

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Fat City: What Can Stop Obesity?

This is a rather long article but definitely worth the read. It is written by a physician in an obesity clinic. I think it hits the nail on the head in summing up the obesity epidemic we face in our present society. We’ve gotten so accustomed to a reliance on western medicine to cure all […]

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Choosing a Personal Trainer

I suppose if you really think about it there really is no reason you cannot exercise on your own without the aid of a personal trainer. Then again, I suppose if that makes sense then the same logic could be applied to filing your taxes as well. Who needs a CPA, right? You know what […]

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Trim Tips for Thanksgiving

  The amount that an average person consumed on Thanksgiving Day, according to reports from the American Council on Exercise and the Calorie Control Council, is 4,500 calories and 229 grams of fat! That’s 2-3 days worth of calories all packed into a single meal!! And that doesn’t even count the leftovers, Friday clean-up dinners, weekend […]

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Working Out at Work

Too busy or just too plain tired to work out after you get home from the office? More and more businesses are building fitness opportunities into the workplace as a way to help employees stay fit, healthy, and — not least of all– happy. The hope is that this will, in turn, make good business […]

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