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Putting Together a Healthy Meal

Posted on Apr 5, 20

Controlling your portion sizes does not mean you have to count your macros. Whether your goal is to gain muscle, lose weight or just build a balanced meal using your hand to measure is much easier.   Lean Protein- 1-2 palms (about 3- 4 oz) of cooked meat, fish, poultry, or tofu.   Carbs- 1-2 […]

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Meditation. Why is it important and how to get started.

Posted on Apr 3, 20

Meditation is a way to find calm and help you foster more stress free moments in life. It can also be used in other ways. One is to improve your athletic performance. By tapping into meditation basics and using them consistently you will find it’s easier to focus on your workouts, visualizing greater success and […]

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Impact of Nutrition on Your Health

Posted on Apr 1, 20

Did you know you could boost your immune system by eating healthy? Unhealthy eating habits have contributed to the obesity epidemic in the U.S., about 1/3 of the U.S. adults are obese.   Even if you sustain a healthy weight a poor diet can is still associated with major health risks that can cause illness […]

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What’s in a Muscle

Posted on Mar 31, 20

So we lift weights and start see definition in our muscles. Some want their muscles to get bigger some don’t but I thought it would be interesting to share what a muscle is actually made of.   I am going to keep it simple and just talk about the basic building blocks. Lean muscle tissue […]

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Daily Checklist

Posted on Mar 30, 20

I am a big fan of bullet journaling. If you’ve never done it, I definitely recommend googling it and getting into the habit while we are home and might have a little more time to try new things. I use my bullet journal and have an ever-changing list of about 15 things that I try to […]

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Chocolate Peanut Butter Granola Bars

Posted on Mar 27, 20

Now is a perfect time to fine-tune your nutrition. These granola bars are a healthier version of the store bought ones that many of your kids, family and even us tend to grab. Give these a try and let us know what you think!   Servings: 18 Yield: 18 granola bars Ingredients Ingredient Checklist Nonstick […]

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Moving Forward in Times of Uncertainty

Posted on Mar 26, 20

We are in the midst of some very trying times. Many are concerned about what our future holds… ongoing health risks, school and business closings, the economy just to name a few. No one can control what is in store for us and this uncertainty leads to stress and anxiety.   To help you reduce […]

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Priorities

Posted on Mar 24, 20

Priority- noun, a thing that is regarded as more important than another.   Taking control of your health and fitness can be too “expensive” but that essentially the same as saying “ My health, confidence and happiness is not worth investing in”.   Medical bills, surgeries etc. can be too expensive too! So then the […]

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Cost Effective Protein

Posted on Mar 23, 20

Getting your daily protein goal in doesn’t need to become expensive. If you are committed to your nutrition and are on a budget here’s some cheap options for you.   Eggs- Both eggs and egg whites are full of protein and healthy calories. They will hit your daily calories and protein goals with ease. One […]

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Stuffed Artichoke with Spicy Italian Sausage and Red Sweet Pepper

Posted on Mar 21, 20

Stuffed Artichoke with Spicy Italian Sausage and Red Sweet Pepper   Here’s another slow cooker recipe to add to your collection. Healthy cooking made easy!   Ingredients:   4 ounces hot Italian sausage 1 ½ cup finely chopped red sweet pepper (2 medium) 1 cup finely chopped red onion (1 large) 4 cloves garlic, minced […]

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