1. YOU’VE GOT A WAYS TO GO

    So your weight loss journey has just begun. Begun? Began? Whatever. Or maybe you are in the thick of your weight loss journey? I want to start by saying how proud I am that you put your foot down and decided ENOUGH is ENOUGH. It was time for a lifestyle change. You were finally fed up and decided on…Read More

  2. Why So Many People Fail at Dieting

    Far and away the most common trait I see, in regards to success or failure in dieting, is apathy. Come to think of it, it’s the cause for many of life’s stagnant droughts and setbacks. Apathy has a very deep meaning that spreads across more subjects than just dietary adherence, but is definitely…Read More

  3. 0 to 100

    Have you ever heard that Drake song, 0 to 100? Great song! And I had to listen to it prior to writing this blog for motivation. Even though it is a great song it has nothing to do with this blog. So sorry. Or maybe it does, and I don’t understand the lyrics. But what I do see every day is people g…Read More

  4. Is Sugar Bad For You?

    For the last couple years there has been a debate on Sugar. Spiking your insulin is bad. Sugar is the cause of your weight gain or inability to lose weight. I am not here to get too technical with this post, but just leave you thinking. This post is pretty random and I am not sorry :) First off, sug…Read More

  5. How Using the Functional Movement Screen (FMS) Helps with Fat Loss

    If you are training on your own or at a gym it is important to use some kind of assessment tool. The assessment should highlight any weakness you might have/ anything that can hinder and de-rail your training. Luckily for all of us, Gray Cook has already developed this resource. The Functional Movem…Read More

  6. Nutrition Assessment

    As it relates to all lifestyle factors Helping someone lose weight, through dietary intervention, is much more than saying, “Eat less and exercise more. You’re consuming more calories than you’re burning.” Will this approach work for someone people? Absolutely! Those who have never dieted do…Read More

  7. What is Cupping?

    What is Cupping? Cupping is a technique practiced by using heat or air vacuum by placement of cups to muscles or tissue. It is commonly used in conjunction with massage, acupuncture and chiropractic care. It has been practiced in ancient and traditional Chinese Medicine for over 3000 years. Chinese …Read More

  8. High Blood Pressure and Hypertension

    High blood pressure (Hypertension) is a significant risk factor for heart attack (Myocardial Infarction), stroke (Cerebrovascular Accident), and sudden death.  It is frequently asymptomatic, and if left untreated for several years, can lead to congestive heart failure and kidney failure, chronic co…Read More

  9. Tips on Meal Prepping

    Meal Prep There is no getting around it. Whole foods are the best foods. Not only will whole foods help you feel and function better, but they will also help you to recover as well. So what better way to fuel your body than with a home cooked meal? I know what you’re thinking, who has the time to …Read More