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  • Get Fit Newsletter October 15, 2021

    3 SUPER FAST fitness dinners Have no time to prepare a healthy dinner after work? You aren’t alone. Most of my clients complain of simply not having enough time at the end of their day to cook a healthy dinner. This I’m-too-busy-to-cook mentality leads to unhealthy dinner choices from restaurants and fast food chains. And like I’ve told you before, you can exercise every day but if you eat too many calories then you won’t achieve the results that you want. Today I have 3 quick dinner solutions for you to use on those busy weeknights when you’re tempted to grab a less-than-healthy dinner from a to-go joint. These dinners are both tasty and fitness friendly, ....

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  • Get Fit Newsletter October 8, 2021

    avoid these foods to lose weight You probably consider yourself to be a healthy person, but do you really have healthy food in your kitchen? You’d be surprised how many fattening foods you’re still buying and eating. Here are 7 foods you should lose from your kitchen immediately… 1. Breakfast Cereal It’s delicious, it’s easy to prepare, and sometimes it even gives you enough energy to get to lunchtime. Unfortunately, breakfast cereal is often jam-packed with extra sugars that will do more to drag you down than build you up for your day. Prefer the flavorless kinds? Then be ready to be hungry soon, as they often don’t provide enough good calories to ....

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  • Pandemic Policy

    Pandemic Policy: Here are some of the basic guidelines everyone will need to adhere with the following restrictions: NO contact drills allowed NO Sparring allowed (including tech sparring) NO Mitt (Pad) work All participants MUST Social Distance (6 feet apart) throughout the entire training session Everyone, trainees & parents must bring a mask- these are mandatory at all times - we will have mask breaks from time to time No one will be able to access the gym other than owners and coaches (new bathroom policy is in effect)Come dressed to train and prepare before you get there (bring your gi's but not required to train in them it is too hot. ALL MEMBERS/ ....

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  • Get Fit Newsletter - April 17, 2020

    Stay-at-home strategies for your best body You know that diet and exercise are important when it comes to creating your best body, but you may be overlooking other techniques for getting into the best shape. Even while stuck at home! Try out the following 13 simple habits and watch as your body transforms. 1. Eat a Smart Breakfast. Most people load up on carbohydrates and simple sugars for breakfast. Cereal, pastries, smoothies and juice are all poor choices when it comes to starting your day off right. Center your breakfast around protein and healthy fat, and you’ll have energy for hours. Try a protein shake, eggs, lean breakfast meat, or a handful of nuts. 2. Get More ....

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  • Get Fit Newsletter - March 27, 2020

    Oops, You’ve relapsed Is this you? Have you relapsed into your old unhealthy habits? The sad truth is that nearly everyone who started off 2020 with strong fitness goals has by now given up. I sincerely hope that this is not you. This is the cycle that happens when you relapse into your old unhealthy habits, and here’s how to pick yourself back up: 1) First You Fall Your fall off the wagon could take place in a single moment, or it could be the result of a drawn out process. You may fall out of exercise slowly as a result of health problems or other various life issues that spring up and monopolize your time. Illness, vacation, holidays, changes at work or any other ....

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  • Get Fit Newsletter - March 20, 2020

    Want a better body? Here’s 5 easy habits Since you’re reading my emails, I know that you’re a health-conscious, fitness-minded person in quest of your best body ever. You likely exercise regularly. You watch what you eat. You keep up-to-date on the latest health concerns. You don’t binge on sugar. You never eat fast food. Well, almost never. But you do have a few unhealthy skeletons in your closet – ones that you probably aren’t even aware of. Here are 5 easy habits to cranking up your fitness results.. 1. Get More Sleep
    In Gallup Poll surveys, 56% of the adult population reported that drowsiness is a problem in the daytime. That means that more ....

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  • Get Fit Newsletter - March 13, 2020

    Want to be more flexible? Ready to get started building a more flexible you? Here’s how… 1) Use a Foam Roller For many years, it was common practice to stretch before working out. In recent years, folks have ditched that advice for something better: lightly performing whatever you plan to do. Going to run? Walk and then jog before getting into a run. For those who want to take their routines to the stretchy limit, it’s time to use a foam roller. With a foam roller, you work to gently stretch your muscles before working them out, and better yet, you stretch them out safely. Essentially a massage for your muscles, foam rolling helps your muscles relax and stretch. ....

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  • Get Fit Newsletter - March 6, 2020

    5 Diet Questions for Fat Loss Before you start a new diet, answer these five questions to see if it will help you lose fat. Fat Loss Question 1: Does it make you hungry all day every day? When you’re on a diet, it’s normal to feel the occasional tinge of hunger. Much of those light hunger pangs, however, should be done away with by drinking a glass of water. And if you stay busy enough with life in general, you ought to be able to ignore some other hunger. But if your diet has you feeling hungry at all times, you’re not going to last long. To avoid falling into the pit of hungry despair, go with a diet that lets you eat protein, fiber, and healthy fats. Also, as ....

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  • Get Fit Newsletter - February 28, 2020

    Do You Eat These Fattening Restaurant Foods? Your diet has a huge impact on your weight loss results. There’s no way around it! And if you’re eating many of your meals out at restaurants, or ordering takeout, then you’re going to want to keep reading because the average restaurant meal contains more than 1,200 calories. The truth is that most people have no idea just how many calories are in restaurant entrées, and this contributes to frustrating weight gain. In fact, the following information may shock you. Here are 5 fattening restaurant dishes to watch out for, along with tips to make lighter, healthier versions of these dishes at home. Don’t Order ....

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