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FREE PERSONAL TRAINING/ 4 WEEKS Why this 2 day strength training is the workout you need to do if you’re trying to lose weight and tone up. Here is how this strength training can help you meet your fitness & weight-loss goals fast. When you think of exercises for weight loss, a lot of women tend to think about upping their cardio game - running, biking or spinning tend to be popular choices. While it's true that cardio workouts get your heart pumping and burn calories, streng...
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8 REASON’S TO START STRENGTH TRAINING.

Why You Should Be Strength Training 1. Build Muscle + Strength One of the main reasons why people take on strength training is to gain muscle and strength. However, consider this, by improving your muscle strength, you make performing everyday tasks like carrying groceries or going up and down stairs easier — so really, it’s beneficial to everyone, not just bodybuilders looking for gains. 2. Crank Up Your Metabolism for Greater Weight Loss As with any exercise, when you get ...
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The Power Of Pumpkin: 6 Surprising Health Benefits

Pumpkin is a ubiquitous decorative and dietary staple during the Halloween and Thanksgiving seasons. Most of us associate the bright orange gourd with jack-o'-lanterns and sugar-laden pies, but few of us realize that pumpkin is actually a nutritional powerhouse! It's low in calories, full of antioxidants, and packed with fiber, vitamins, and minerals. Pumpkin is also an incredibly versatile vegetable. You can find it in side dishes, baked into breads and pies, or substituted for sweet po...
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EMOM

Every Minute On-the Minute It's an excellent way to maximize every minute of your training. For example, do 10 goblet squats EMOM for 10 straight minutes (simple but deadly). As soon as you get your 10 reps done, you just rest the remainder of that minute before starting the next set. Or pick 5 moves that work your whole body and do 1 move/minute circuit-style. For example: MINUTE 1: Front Plank Hold @ 30 seconds MINUTE 2: Goblet Squat @ 10 reps MINUTE 3: DB Bent-Ove...
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Charlie Mike 46 day Personal Training Program

Overview: In the military, the term Charlie Mike means "continue mission." But you don't have to be in the military to understand the sentiment. I call this six-week fitness plan Charlie Mike because it's your chance to create a mission to build a strong body, a fierce spirit, and a better life. You don't need to be a competitive athlete to complete this program. All you need are guts and a willingness to commit. If you can bring those things to the table, you'll be ready for anything I c...
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Muscular Strength and Endurance

Muscular strength and endurance are two important parts of your body’s ability to move, lift things and do day-to-day activities. Muscular strength is the amount of force you can put out or the amount of weight you can lift. Muscular endurance is how many times you can move that weight without getting exhausted (very tired). Benefits of Muscular Strength and Endurance Muscular strength and endurance are important for many reasons: Increase your ability to do activities like opening doo...
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5 Reasons Why You Should Try The POUND Workout

Are ready to rock? POUND is giving a new meaning to a ‘jam session’. This is definitely a workout with a difference. Here is why should join and make some noise with them! It’s the world’s first cardio jam session inspired by the infectious, sweat-dripping fun of playing the drums. 1. Get Your POUND On POUND uses the drumming in an effective way of working out. Instead of listening to music while exercising, you make the music in this exciting full-body workout. Combining cardio, co...
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7 evidence-based health benefits of magnesium.

Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the human body. It plays several important roles in the health of your body and brain. However, you may not be getting enough of it, even if you eat a healthy diet. Here are 7 evidence-based health benefits of magnesium. 1. Magnesium Is Involved in 600 Reactions in Your Body About 60% of the magnesium in your body is found in bone, while the rest is in muscles, soft tissues and fluids, including blood. And it’s involved in process ...
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Self-Discipline

How to Develop Self-Discipline  1. Eat often and eat healthy! I’m sure you’re no stranger to the term “hangry.” When you’re hangry you’re more likely to feel pessimistic and unmotivated. Staying energized by eating good foods rich in vitamins, minerals, fiber, and protein is essential in giving you the appropriate amount of energy to tackle your daily fitness goals. 
 2. Remove distractions! It would be great if it were easy to ignore your phone on the desk beside you or ignore the p...
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