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food-clock1Some people will tell you to do crazy things to lose weight, such as cutting out all carbohydrates, eating only cabbage for 2 weeks or following a complicated regiment of foods and pills. I am not one of those people who will tell you to do crazy things like that. I will keep it always very simple so that you can implement the advice easily. And see results quickly.

Today, I want to share a simple strategy that I advised a client; by the way, she experienced great success. It helped her to lose 55lbs. And it is as simple as shifting your calories.

When do you eat the most during the day? From food logs analyzed over more then 10 + years I see that the most calories are consumed at dinner. Relaxing, finally being able to sit down, having a drink adds the most calories. Read More→

Categories : Nutrition
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Spring workout

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It’s no newsflash: To create a body that moves energetically and without pain or stiffness AND looks great takes work.

What is new; to understand how to stage your workout program. It doesn’t take skill to just pick up a weight and start moving it. But it does take skill to move it in such a way that it helps you  achieve your goal objective. And for that, you may need knowledge about how to move that weight properly. A dysfunctional movement pattern doesn’t move you closer to your goal. Keep this in mind when starting an exercise program.

Spring weather is around the corner on the East Coast. The birds are chirping at 5:15 am and the days are getting warmer (like this past weekend). You are feeling to get out and about and ready to start being active.

Shorts are out, leaves and buds are peeking out, flip flops are on…there’s a new beginning in the air; all at once at the same time. It is no wonder my inquiries for diet programs and workout sessions increase. The perfect butt, the perfect arms, shoulders, and a smaller midsection should be accomplished within 4 weeks. Doable? Yes, depending at which stage you are starting (250 lbs or 116 lbs). Read More→

Categories : Exercise
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