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What’s the big deal about gluten?

Posted: 08/21/2014

What’s the big deal about gluten? by Dr Janet Brill Are you curious about the gluten-free movement that has captured the nation? An amazing thirty percent of the American public has or is trying to cut back on gluten intake, so obviously this is a popular nutrition topic. If you are considering going gluten-free, here are a few facts that can help you decide...

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Exercise of the Week

Posted: 08/09/2014

   

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August Client of the Month: Rhonda Martin

Posted: 08/09/2014

Rhonda Martin Training Frequency:  Twice a week Cardio Frequency:  15 minutes twice a week before my workout. Twice a week on my own for about 1-2 hours bike or run.   Nutrition:  I eat less carbs, more veggies + salad + protein. More grazing all day instead of set meals Results:  Rhonda has lost 14lbs and 3.2% body fat! She has...

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A Case for Low- Intensity Cardio

Posted: 08/07/2014

Yes, you can overdo it with intervals. Here's how to introduce those necessary easy efforts.

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Common Food Misconceptions: Sorting out fact from fiction

Posted: 08/07/2014

First we are told to avoid fat, now we are told to eat fat—just make sure it’s the “good” kind. Eggs are full of cholesterol and cause heart disease, but no, wait, eggs are healthy and don’t cause heart disease…Oh boy, nutrition advice can definitely be confusing! This situation is most likely due the endless contradictory nutrition messages...

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Client of the Month: Deb Bernstein

Posted: 07/22/2014

Training Frequency:  During the Summer Unlimited, Deb trains 5 times a week, including 3 strength training sessions, 1 yoga, and 1 stretch session. During the rest of the year, she trains 3 one-on-one sessions per week and an occasional PACK Cardio Frequency: Deb walks just about every day of the week, averaging 3 to 5 miles each day. On the weekends, she enjoys...

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Fitness Freedom: Breaking Out of Your Exercise Rut

Posted: 07/01/2014

A lot of time and energy is spent during the months leading up to summer getting your body fit and ready for swimsuit season. But, now that the first month of summer is coming to an end, you might feel like you’re in a fitness rut. If you’re feeling hesitant about pulling out your stars and stripes swimsuit and you’re not feeling great about what you’ve...

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5 Tips to Make Cardio Fun!

Posted: 06/27/2014

Are you looking for new ways to put some jive into your routine? Skip the monotony and daily boredom and add some spice and variety to your workouts.

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Four Reasons Women Should Train for Strength

Posted: 06/21/2014

There's no doubt that strength training is an incredibly effective and efficient way to build a sexy, lean, healthy body that looks great in and out of your clothes.

But these great physique-carving perks are only the tip of the strength-training-benefits iceberg. So ladies, listen up. It's time to put down those little dumbbells and put the "strength" back in strength training. It's time to add more weight to the barbell and put some bigger lifts in your regimen. You're about to discover how getting stronger in the weight room can have a huge impact on your mind and body.

Here are four great reasons to make strength gains your primary training focus.

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June: Russell White

Posted: 06/18/2014

Training Frequency: I do one one-on-one session and two group sessions per week. Cardio Frequency:  I do cardio three times a week for 30 to 40 minutes. Nutrition: I eat three to four times per day.  Results: Russell has lost 3% body fat and his strength has doubled! He continues to gain lean muscle while losing fat. How Fitness Together has helped:“Fitness...

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