Why Can’t I Loose Weight? part 2

In “Why Can’t I Loose Weight? part 1” I discussed the 4 big questions that should be addressed if you are struggling to loose weight, focussing on the first 2. 1. Are you exercising enough or doing the proper types of exercise and intensity? 2. […]

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Metabolic Syndrome in high school and college football players?

A recent study in the June issue of The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research showed that 11% of the tested 123 high school and college football players qualified as having metabolic syndrome. Metabolic syndrome is a disease that is comprised of a number of […]

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Don’t let injuries slow you down!

Hi again everyone. Today I wanted to talk about injury, injury prevention, and my progress with a groin injury that Jeremy was able to get me through in a fraction of the time I have ever recovered before. So at this point, Jeremy and I […]

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Feel the Burn to Drop More Pounds

As lactic builds up in your system, your body begins to make and release large amounts of Growth Hormone and Testoseterone. This effectively lowers insulin levels, raises leptin levels, and cues body fat to be released for energy. There are several ways to build up […]

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Let Me Do the Thinking For You!

Let me do the thinking for you!   I am transitioning back into full time training. We are looking to open a gym in the Goose Creek/Summerville area but we are starting with some community workouts in the Brickhope community in Goose Creek. Nutrition and […]

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Lean down with weight training

Do you hate cardio but love to lift? Good news! There are quite few effective methods for getting cardio effect from your lifting, that will also compliment your lifting. One of my favorites is pairing speed training with a heavier “same muscle group” lift. For […]

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Diet or Regular? Which is Better?

Are you a diet soda drinker? Do you ever wonder if it really is better than regular?   Many of us turn to diet soda to get our taste of “fizzy” without all of the nasty calories in regular soda. After taking a quick glimpse […]

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Exercise for Weight Loss

Studies show that desk jobs dramatically increase your risk of metabolic syndrome and obesity. Exercise causes a temporary adaptation in insulin sensitivity that will lower your rest blood sugar levels for about 6-24 hours (depending on the exercise type and intensity). An easy way to […]

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Cheat your way do a leaner, harder body

Don’t get too excited. Remember that in order for it to be considered a cheat it has to be an abnormal part of your diet. But when part of a normal low carb, high protein diet a well timed cheat can actually be a useful […]

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The Holiday Diet

It’s that wonderful time of the year again! Time with loved one’s is the best part of the holiday season, and a time that most of us always look forward too. It is a typically a festive and happy time and there are many things […]

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