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Fixing Your Vitamin Deficiency

Do you eat red meat? What about seafood? Do you consume enough leafy green vegetables? If you answered NO to any of the above, you could have a vitamin or mineral deficiency. And while sometimes there are symptoms involved to let you know there’s a…

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Still not losing weight?

As a coach, we’ve all been suspicious of a client from time to time who we suspect is lying about his/her diet. Usually how it goes down is she is oddly unwilling to keep a food log, and when you finally do convince her to…

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The warm-up before the warm-up

So you’re early for a class. YEAH! What do you do? Sit around, chat with your friends, check your phone, pretend to stretch a little bit, maybe lounge around on a foam roller for a couple minutes as you essentially do nothing more than count…

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Overcoming your teenage thigh gap trauma

If you’re a woman who grew up in the 1980s and 1990s, you might still experience mild PTSD when you think about thigh gap. Like when you look back to your teenage years—to the unfortunate period of time when you would have done anything to…

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Post-workout cooling down: The Why and the How

So many times, I see people finish a training session and race out the door, their body still sweating, the heart rate still up, and sometimes hobbling or wobbly-legged still from the workout. I get it, sometimes you’re in a rush and have to get…

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8 signs that you might be uncoachable

I would think most people want to be described as “coachable,” or “a pleasure to work with.” Some people, though, have a hard time abandoning how they want to do things for the sake putting their faith in a coach’s hands. Why? Because it’s hard…

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