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When Food Logs Fail

I started a food log back before it was cool. Once I hit my maximum weight in my early college years, I took matters into my own hands and started a food log and exercise program. I had a spiral notebook my Junior Year (that was probably intended to be […]

Is Stress Making You Fat?

Earlier this year, the American Psychological Association (APA) released it’s annual Stress in America Survey Report. The results of the 2013 survey “portrays a picture of high stress and ineffective coping mechanisms that appear to be ingrained in our culture, perpetuating unhealthy lifestyles and behaviors for future generations.” What was […]

A Fat-Blasting Workout in Minutes

Last May, the American College for Sports Medicine’s Health & Fitness Journal examined the benefits of completing short, high-intensity interval training circuits as a means to burn fat, lose weight and improve cardiovascular health. The 12-exercise circuit featured in the Journal is a terrific example of a workout that can […]

Portion Distortion!

Those who have read my blog know that I am a fanatic about food logging. Using the right tool, such as MyFitnessPal.com, I believe the discipline provides great insight into the actual nutrients and fuel we put into our bodies. But if you are like so many others and unsure […]

Busting the Fear of Bulking

This post is dedicated to all the ladies out there – specifically, those of you whose fitness programs are limited to cardio because you fear “bulking.” I’ve had many clients express this fear during our initial consultations, and I would be lying if I said I didn’t have concerns of […]

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