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Why We Eat…

December 21, 2011

It should be fairly obvious that people eat food largely for taste. I doubt there is anyone that doesn’t enjoy sweet, salty, sour or spicy food at least sometimes. Unfortunately, the concept of eating food is incredibly complex, full of conflicting motives. Those who establish taste as their primary motive for eating food are at […]

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The Optimal Balance Plan

October 13, 2011

My new ebook is out! It is available for download via the internet or hardcopy purchase from lulu.com. I suggest you check it out if you need any assistance with your lifestyle, fitness or nutritional needs. I have spent most of this year writing it, a lot of time, thought, emotion and experience has gone […]

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Lifestyle Improvements

October 6, 2011

It seems to me that there are two ways of looking at living a fit-lifestyle. Those that live unhealthy lifestyles usually have some combination of constant drugs, alcohol, tobacco, sedentariness or unhealthy eating in their life. For these people, the first step is to look towards lifestyle improvements and living healthily. This approach has a […]

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Over/Under

October 1, 2011

I will be the first person to advocate for physical activity. Being active is such a wonderful and beautiful part of life–in some ways I believe movement is the human body’s true calling. I mean, when we were created the purpose was not for us to sit behind a desk pushing papers 60 hours a […]

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Food For Thought

September 29, 2011

The other day I got to thinking about food and the way humans associate with it. Foremost, we have a strong taste sense associated with the food we put in our mouth. This is undoubtedly a huge part of why we love and crave it so much. So…I pondered that thought for awhile and naturally […]

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Looking Good, Feeling Good?

September 14, 2011

What is your biggest pet peeve? I wouldn’t say this is my biggest, but it definitely bugs me a whole lot–when people say, “I’m feeling good cause I’m looking good.” I am very skeptical of this. I’m sure for the people making this statement they honestly believe that if you look good, then you will […]

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Ego Training

September 13, 2011

Ego is a huge part of exercise. It just is. Otherwise we wouldn’t care about how much weight we lift or far we run. Because of that the ego is very influential in what we accomplish with our exercise. Now, to a certain extent involving the ego in exercise is a good thing–it allows for […]

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5 Simple Ways to Lose Weight But Not Your Diet!

August 21, 2011

The term “weight loss” is often associated with terms like “calorie restriction” or “diet.” BUT what if you could suddenly associate weight loss with positives like “success” or “accomplished?” Weight-loss really is a mental game that you can dominate. Weight loss is all about your approach and perspective. One of the best ways to be […]

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What Visualization Can do For Your Fitness…

August 20, 2011

A positive practice that is definitely worth passing on is visualization. Everyone should use visualization. Envisioning our world within our mind can be irreplaceable to our success. In relation to exercise start with the big aspects first. Think about what you ultimately want to accomplish through exercise then work backwards. From your ultimate, long-term goal, […]

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Find Your Ultimate Physique…

August 20, 2011

Dieting can be a tedious, torturous part of your lifestyle, but it certainly does not need to be. It might be as simple as limiting your consumption of “sweets”; or it could be as complicated as measuring out every gram of food you consume and then converting those measurements to calories. The most efficient way […]

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