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Years ago, I wrote a blog about how women have a distorted view of their body. In that blog, I told everyone that 85% of all the clients I have trained in my career have been women: 85%? Why is it so high, you may ask yourself? Why haven’t I had more male clients? Let me…

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Oh boy… I knew when I wrote my 2015 recap a month or so ago that I was going to forget someone. So here is my mea culpa. I forgot to tell you about Leela Hazzah. Leela is the founder of Lion Guardians. Direct from her website, here is their mission: “Lion Guardians is a conservation organization…

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Learn how exercise can help prevent coronary heart disease!

The coronary arteries are the arteries supplying blood to the heart. Coronary heart disease is literally the blockage of these arteries which inhibits blood flow to the heart. While there are medical reasons why this would happen, it is typically caused by diet and an unhealthy lifestyle. The blood flow is blocked by fatty deposits…

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This is the first in an ongoing series of blog posts about certain exercise machines that aren’t valuable; this article looks into why abductor and adductor machines are a waste of time. So you are probably asking yourself, “What are abductor/adductor machines?” Well, my friend, that is what I am going to tell you about! Abductor and…

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Regrettably, even in a somewhat small town like Fort Collins, folks can make exercise seem awfully complicated. I’ve heard my personal fitness clients debate the pros of cons of early morning vs. evening workouts, fight over which foods constitute the best post-workout fare, and even engage in epic arguments about free weights, how fast (or…

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Find a workout partner to keep things interesting in your routine!

As I work with my personal fitness training clients in Fort Collins, I hear things-a lot of things, actually about my clients and their lives. I hear about their kids, their neighbors’ barking dogs and their work. I also hear them ask about workout partners while they are training with me. They ask, “Do you…

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