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The 21 Day Habit Myth and Fitness

Have you ever heard that it takes 21 days to form a habit? If you haven’t, search the Internet and you will find all these sites claiming that they can help you form a habit in 21 days. While in some cases that might hold true, it is certainly not the rule. There is actually

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Get Fit, Stay Fit, Remain Fit Debuts

 I am pleased to announce the release of my new book Get Fit, Stay Fit, Remain Fit: Create Habits that Last. The book is about goal-setting, achieving fitness success, and providing tips to be sure you stay and remain with fitness for the long-term.  The book is available for purchase exclusively throught Amazon.com. Book description

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Success and Hitting Your Fitness Goals

With the New Year upon us many people have set forth health and fitness goals: some will reach them, but a lot won’t. One problem is that people fail to understand that it will not always be a perfect steady climb to successful results with the exercise routine they set out to do. Often times

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Go Beyond Temporary Fitness Results and Actions

How do most people view the word “diet”? Most people have this view of a diet as something that we do temporarily. “I’m going on a diet”, for instance, is a phrase many of us use when we plan to re-shape the way we eat for a certain period of time. Another way we look

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Are Your Kids Getting Enough Exercise?

We often discuss exercise concerning adults, but what about our kids? As obesity rates have risen in recent decades, adults are not the only ones affected. The Center for Disease Control estimates that the amount of children that are overweight or obese is about 25% of the kids age 2 to 18. Exercise is a key

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Is Weight Gain Normal with Exercise?

Published on December 7, 2012 by in Fitness

One question that I get asked often is: Is it normal to gain weight while doing P90X, Insanity, Turbo Fire, or (insert workout program here)? Weight loss is never a perfect journey and you may see some ups and downs along the way. Often what we expect is not what happens – that’s not to

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Intermittent Fasting Trial: Week 1 (the pre-fast)

Published on December 4, 2012 by in Healthy Eating

I’m biting. The bait and hook that is “intermittent fasting” has been put in front of me and I’m officially reeled in (sort of). I am going to start a new diet that consists of fasting, and eating whole foods – eating whole foods is nothing new, the daily fasting regimen is. I have done

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7 Tips to Flatten Your Belly

One of the most common questions I get is, How do I flatten my belly (abs, tummy, stomach, etc.)? What exercises should I do? What should I eat? I eat healthy; how come my abs aren’t showing? Below are 7 easy tips to flatten your abdominal area.  1. Exercise your abs from all angles –

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5 Health and Fitness Tips for Teens (and a rant)

Published on November 3, 2012 by in Kids Health

I have five tips for teens on health and fitness; but first a little rant. I ran across some tweets the other day that left me a little worried, mad, and saddened. When on Twitter, I try to send uplifting messages to people having bad day if I see them tweeting the blues. But the

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New Diet Pills for Weight Loss vs. Diet and Exercise

Published on October 1, 2012 by in In the news

Earlier this year the FDA approved a diet pill said to be effective for weight loss, the first approved in a over a decade. Qsymia (pronounced cue-sim-ee-uh) is a drug said to have an appetite suppressing effect and also helps in preventing cravings. A study of over 4000 participants in a clinical trial showed a

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