Don’t reinvent the wheel, drive your own course.

Hey friends, For our Monday Motivation, we're looking at trying to redesign the core values of a situation. My advice to you, as a trainer and individual, try to emulate the successes of those that came before you, and use that success to drive your own course. What do I mean, allow yourself to take …

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Videos – How Letters can Strengthen our Back

Hello my lovely fitness enthusiasts, Today we are talking about a alphabetical exercise that will strengthen muscles in your back that are not commonly as active as they should be. Most people have a great deal of strength in their upper trapezius (leading to the shoulders constantly being elevated and potentially causing neck pain) but …

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Take a Walk, a Deep Breath, and a Second to Appreciate

Hey friends, For this beautifully warm Monday Motivation, we are focusing on the power of simply taking a walk. Society is designed to surround us with so many things that stress us out, traffic, work, bills, family; and these stresses force our Sympathetic Nervous System to be on overdrive most of the time. The Sympathetic …

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References for studies covered in Tyler’s Intermittent Fasting Posts

Patterson, R. E., Laughlin, G. A., Sears, D. D., LaCroix, A. Z., Marinac, C., Gallo, L. C., Villaseñor, A. (2015). INTERMITTENT FASTING AND HUMAN METABOLIC HEALTH. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, 115(8), 1203–1212. 1: Moro T, Tinsley G, Bianco A, Marcolin G, Pacelli QF, Battaglia G, Palma A, Gentil P, Neri M, …

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Tyler Baron – Uncovering the Truth about Intermittent Fasting (InFa) – Part 4

You may have also heard that InFa can preserve more muscle mass. These are strong claims with loose research to back it up. From the research that is available, we can’t conclusively say that this is true. These claims are essentially being derived from subjective evidencepieced together with other evidence and research. When we fast, …

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Tyler Baron – Uncovering the Truth about Intermittent Fasting (InFa) – Part 3

Although the human evidence pool on fasting is less abundant and lower quality, we do have some very compelling data connecting fasting with weight loss, lean muscle preservation and physiological health outcomes such as: Weight loss; predominantly abdominal/central body fat Increases in lean body mass Decreases in Triglyceride (TG), LDL levels, blood glucose, insulin and …

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