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Body Fat Myths

Here are some myths about body fat that I thought you'd like to know: Myth #1 Muscle turns into fat Muscle is muscle and fat is fat. One type of tissue doesn't turn into another type of tissue. However, muscle…

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Two exercises for a weak back

Most adults have over worked/over stimulated  upper traps and a weak middle back (middle and lower traps). The big upper traps take over and before you know it you are in a constant posture of the "I dunno"  emoji, even while your arms…

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Don’t make this mistake

One mistake I see a lot of women make when starting a fitness plan is going too hard, too fast. Raise your hand Type A personalities! ;) Seriously, though, anyone is at risk of taking on too much, too soon, especially if…

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Double Down vs. Giving In

After a year of pandemic life, I’m sensing that a lot of people are confused about what to do for their health and fitness. Are gyms open? Are they safe? Will they ever be the same again? What seems obvious…

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What makes a good workout

I remember taking a weightlifting class, first in high school and then in college. I'm going to date myself, but it was all Nautilus equipment (a brand name of fitness equipment that was "new and innovative") and your entire session…

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Nutrition isn’t the only answer

Besides nutrition, exercise (including resistance training!) is extremely important for blasting away body fat, building lean muscle mass, and exploding your metabolism. But some types of exercise are better than others. So, which ones you should be doing to get closer to your…

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