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The Numerous Benefits of HIIT(High Intensity Interval Training)

I’m sure you’ve heard of HIIT but if you haven’t you may want to pay attention. HIIT refers to High Intensity Interval Training where you alternate between periods of high intensity with periods of low intensity. An example of an HIIT workout would be doing 20 second sprints followed by slow jogging or walking for…

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My New eBook: Healthy Blueprint for Busy Professionals

  Many people ask me how to balance their health and busy careers. And in today’s hectic world this can be a real challenge. That’s why I’ve created my new ebook Healthy Blueprint for Busy Professionals with my top tips to help you perform better, reduce stress and have more energy. In it, I will show…

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The Type of Exercise that gives you “The Most Bang for your Buck”

Being physically active offers a ton of health benefits.  It improves one’s: mood sleep circulation blood pressure insulin sensitivity nutrient uptake metabolism among many other things However, many people have trouble finding the time to workout or exercise due to their busy, hectic lives. Even if you have very little time to exercise you can…

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3 Home workout devices that rock!

As someone who works out religiously going to the gym is not always an option. In fact,  I prefer to workout from home for these 2 reasons. Working out at home saves me a lot of time not having to commute to and from the gym.  This is important because I workout early in the…

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My Perfect Day structured for Fat Loss!

Envision a day where you do everything perfectly to maximize your fat burning. What would it look like? As someone who has experimented with many different ways of eating and working out I know what my perfect day would look like. Let me start off by saying that everyone is different.  So what works for…

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Get moving!

Evidence shows that sitting for prolonged periods of time is damaging to your health because” It actively promotes dozens of chronic diseases, which includes becoming overweight and type 2 diabetes, even if you’re very fit.”(1) “According to Dr. James Levine, co-director of the Mayo Clinic and the Arizona State University Obesity Initiative, and author of…

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