The 30-Day Challenge: Believe in The Plan, Believe in You.

Looking for more energy and strength, better sleep, decreased aches/pains, weight loss and overall better health? Fed up with fad diets, tired of ingesting gimmicky shakes and supplements, and done with calorie counting and starving yourself with the hope of looking and feeling better only to be disappointed with the results? Read More

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Lose 5% of your body weight and feel like a million bucks

There are not too many things that feel as good as making real progress. The simple act of checking something off of your to-do list creates real changes in brain physiology that make the practice downright addictive. This dopamine release in response to task completion has been called the “jackpot” effect. Our brains feel really good when we achieve. Now, we know from medical research that we should apply a similar approach to weight loss. Researchers have determined that a relatively “small win” has huge health implications. Read More

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Why More Exercise is Not Better and Why Better Exercise Delivers More.

We are constantly bombarded with media, magazines and infomercials that seem to reinforce the idea that more exercise is better, but is it? Exercise is a stimulus brought about by a series of muscular contractions that forces the body to change. No doubt, exercise is the one thing you can do to help virtually every system of your body. However, the common assumption is that all exercise is good and the more the better Read More

Make These Habits and Reclaim Your Healthy Body

Whether you're trying to lose weight or simply improve your overall health, it all starts with changing some habits. By creating realistic and sustainable habits, you can transform the way you look, feel and function. Here are a few strategies and ideas to build healthy and helpful habits. Read More

Why Transforming Your Health Transforms Your Waistline

What if instead of formulating a weight loss game plan around losing fat, the process revolved around being healthy? What if the process was based on how the food we eat and the exercise we perform positively influenced our hormones, metabolism, stress levels, and health issues? If so, wouldn’t fat loss be a nice side affect among many other great health benefits? Read More

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