1. Kimchi Fried Rice

    Here is a recipe that keeps well and helps boost the immune system for the “back to school” sicknesses! Also you can mix and match veggies to suit your families tastes. If you want to keep it on the mild side, substitute Kimchi for Sauerkraut or just use less. 1–2 Tablespoon oil (peanut oil g…Read More

  2. How to squat with Brent!

    If you struggle with your squats, then this video is for you. Coach Brent takes you through what it takes to get your squat to the next level. Click the link below to learn more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B26VvKfxfTo&t=10s And if you are ready to improve those squats schedule a chat with h…Read More

  3. Making the case for frozen fruits and veggies

    Making the case for frozen fruits and veggies! Frozen Produce was Vine Ripened, capturing the nutrients and fiber, making it convenient, cost effective, less wasteful eating in an season with much needed variety! New Take Control Radio Podcast episode: https://soundcloud.com/…/episode-66-making-th…Read More

  4. How to Measure Your Training Progress

    While adding weight to the bar is the easiest way to measure progress, it’s not always the best way to track short term improvement for more advanced individuals. There is a common misconception that if we’re not increasing the weight every workout, we’re not getting better. This couldn’t be…Read More

  5. Your day begins the night before!

    Your day starts the night before! Yes...that's right. Plan your day the night before so you can attack your top priorities first thing in the morning and get a good nights rest to optimize your day and life. Watch the video to learn more. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-1zRVHvqRQ…Read More

  6. Food and Your Mood

    Food and our brain controls our thoughts, movements, breathing, heartbeat, senses and just about every other aspect of our lives. In order to maintain efficient functionality, the brain requires energy. Energy comes from the foods we eat and affects the overall performance of our brain. By paying cl…Read More

  7. “Binge Sitting”

    Whether you sit because of “Binge Watching”, social media addiction, your occupation, or a different reason, your risk of acquiring a chronic disease is greater than someone who does not sit for prolonged periods of time. Link below to listen to our latest Take Control Radio podcast episode #64 …Read More

  8. The Science of Fat Loss

    Summer is pretty much here and that means it’s time for washboard abs, suns out guns out, sky's out thighs out, etc. to benefit the most from these sayings, one needs to be ripped. To be ripped, one has to have a low body fat percentage. How does one achieve the art of rip-ness? I’m glad you ask…Read More

  9. Let’s talk protein!

    Listen in as Evan talks a little bit about protein recommendations and more! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ImwoDBhzDi0  …Read More