Chia Energy “Jello”

February 9, 2016
Jourdan Mercurio

Chia Energy “Jello” Need a quick pick me up? Get a quick nutrient packed boost with this easy chia seed “jello”. Personally, I like to flavor it up with cinnamon and stevia, but it is very versatile with sweet or…

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Swimming Recovery

Swimming for Recovery

February 9, 2016
Maddy Curley

I’ve always been a big fan of pools, just not necessarily for workouts. Recently, however, I have implemented swimming into my recovery workouts and the pool is proving to be beneficial training grounds. Here are four reasons why you should…

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Post Workout Power

The Power of the Post Workout

February 4, 2016
Jourdan Mercurio

As a nutritionist, one of the most common things I hear from clients is, “I am not hungry after I work out”. This is the time when I have to play mean and tell them, “too bad”. Fueling your body…

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Creamy Artichoke Dip with Spinach

February 3, 2016
Jourdan Mercurio

Wednesday Recipe – Creamy Artichoke Dip with Spinach Author: Rachael Bryant / Nourish: The Paleo Healing Cookbook Serves: 1¾ cups Ingredients 1 tbsp (15 ml) coconut or avocado oil ⅓ cup (45 g) diced onion 2 cloves garlic, minced 1…

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Your Only Competition is Yourself

January 29, 2016
Lindy Barber

Your only competition is yourself. We all start somewhere. We all walk into a new gym for the first time, sign up and contemplate what future goals we hope to accomplish there. We start out really well, just trying to…

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Paleo Spaghetti Squash Alfredo Cauliflower Alfredo

January 27, 2016
Devenee Schumacher

Wednesday Recipe Paleo Spaghetti Squash Alfredo Cauliflower Alfredo adapted from Pinch of Yum   Ingredients: * 1 spaghetti squash * 2 ½ cups cauliflower florets * 2 tsp. minced garlic * ¼ tsp sea salt * ¼ cup unsweetened coconut milk…

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Wednesday Recipe – Paleo Cookie Dough Protein Bars

January 19, 2016
Jourdan Mercurio

Wednesday Recipe – Paleo Cookie Dough Protein Bars Prep time 5 mins Total time 5 mins Recipe type: Snacks Yield: 10 bars Ingredients almond butter – 1 cup honey – 3 tablespoons coconut oil – 1/4 cup, melted pure vanilla…

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Vegan Brownie Truffles

January 17, 2016

In all the hustle and bustle of the holidays did you catch that ABOUTTIME released a vegan brownie mix? Well, in case you forgot; they did! OR If you haven’t had a chance to experiment with it yet; these truffles…

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Start Fresh

In Season Eats – Start Fresh Salads

January 15, 2016

January means we get to wipe the slate clean and start fresh! A brand new year with new resolutions, new aspirations, and new goals to conquer! Each January I usually set goals for each area in my life that is…

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Get your first muscle up

Get Your First Muscle Up

January 12, 2016

It’s ABOUTTIME you got your first Muscle Up. Learning your first muscle up is a different process for everyone. Some will get it on their first try and for others it will take months or years. When I first started…

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Diet Success

Diet to Success This Year

January 7, 2016
Jourdan Mercurio

New Year’s is here and so are the resolutions for a new you! Each year, many people gear their New Year’s resolution around becoming healthier; whether that is losing weight, getting in the gym more, eating better, etc. Often times,…

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Mexican Crockpot Chicken Soup

January 6, 2016
Devenee Schumacher

  RECIPE WEDNESDAY: Mexican Crockpot Chicken Soup Adapted from SoooPaleo   Ingredients: * 1 sweet onion, chopped * ½ giant shallot (or 1 normal shallot) * 1 red bell pepper, diced * 2 lbs. chicken breast * 2 teaspoons cumin…

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Protein Types

Proteins – Picking the Types for You

December 15, 2015

The start of the New Year is quickly approaching, and for many this can mean the start of a new gym, new goals, and most importantly, a new diet. In our efforts to combat the holiday weight gain and start…

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Muscular Power

How To Develop Muscular Power

December 7, 2015

One of the hottest topics in the world of strength and conditioning is how we can develop greater power and speed in our athletes. The ability to move from one point on the field or court to another with greater…

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CrossFit Into the New year

CrossFit into the New Year

December 4, 2015
Christy Adkins

Ready to incorporate a new style of workouts in the new year? Is CrossFit starting to sound like the workout for you?? Here’s my advice to those “CF-curious out there regarding topics I often here as a CrossFit Athlete myself….

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Accessory Work

The Necessity of Accessory Work

December 3, 2015

Three years ago when I first began CrossFit the goal was – learn the olympic lifts, have fun lifting big weights and do some conditioning to look fit and feel good.  Little did I know what it would become.  Nowadays…

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In Season Eats - Holiday Side Dishes

In Season Eats – Holiday Side Dishes

November 30, 2015

Making healthy eating decisions throughout the holiday season is not easy! It seems like everywhere we go, there are holiday treats constantly putting our temptation to the test! Everything is good in moderation, so if you workout regularly and make…

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Holiday Recipes

It’s ABOUTTIME for Healthy Holiday Recipes (2015)

November 18, 2015

It’s ABOUTTIME for some healthy holiday hosting recipes. We compiled some of our Ambassador’s favorite hosting dishes into an entire menu for you and your guests. Making healthier alternatives doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice flavor – we promise these recipes will…

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tips to stay fit through the holidays

5 Tips to Stay Fit Through the Holidays

November 9, 2015

Holiday weight gain between Thanksgiving and New Year’s can be up to an average of five pounds (and for some, maybe more). This might not be the best time to aim for weight loss, since maintaining your weight may be…

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When should I take protein and how much?

November 9, 2015

Question: When should I take protein and how much? I just bought the About Time protein and I chose your product because of the low caloric intake. I was wondering if you could provide some information on whether I should…

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Staples to Strength Training

Staples to Strength Training

November 7, 2015

With all of the detailed information we now know about the world of strength training and conditioning, it’s possible for trainers to tailor their programs to the exact specifications of each of their athletes. Based off of my blog post…

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In Season Eats

In Season Eats – Power of Pumpkin

November 5, 2015

With Halloween already past us (I know, CRAZY right?!?), you probably have an abundance of leftover pumpkins and not sure what to do with them. If you’re anything like me, you stocked up on big ol’ pumpkins for carving and…

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Balancing Act

Balancing Act – 5 Tips to Workout when Life Gets Busy

October 26, 2015
Gretchen Kittelberger

It happens to the best of us. We start the day with great intentions. We are going to get our workout in, cook the whole family a full, nutritious breakfast, answer those emails that just came in, get the kids…

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Get Up Stand Up

Get Up – Stand Up

October 26, 2015

On average we spend about 7 hours a day sitting, thus we are spending about half of our waking hours inactive. This lack of movement has harmful effects on our bodies and it has been said “sitting is the new…

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Fight the Flab

Ladies Let’s Fight the Flab

October 20, 2015

  One would think that we would have evolved and learned the ability to fly by now based on the wing-like appearance our back-upper arm can have. However, this stubborn flab serves no purpose, other than driving us nuts and…

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Eat Your Vegetables

5 Tips to Eat (and Enjoy) Vegetables

October 14, 2015

It’s safe to say we all heard our parents say, “eat your vegetables,” when we were growing up. But, let’s be honest, even as adults most of us still have a hard time getting in several servings of vegetables every…

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In Season Eats Carrots

In Season Eats – Starring Mr. Carrot

October 13, 2015

We all know that the pumpkin is the shining star in October! As soon as we hit October 1st, it’s all about #PUMPKINEVERYTHING! But hold your horses folks, what about that other delicious orange root plant, Mr. Carrot?? Did you…

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Sport Specialization

The Downside of Sport Specialization for Young Athletes

October 6, 2015

All too often in today’s world of youth athletics, sport specialization can create what’s meant to be a  fun and purposeful activity into a highly competitive and stressful situation for the kids, parents, and coaches alike. With the idea of a…

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Tabata Training

Trim Up with Tabata Training

September 30, 2015

Tabata training is particular type of workout that is designed to provide both aerobic and anaerobic benefits – in other words – a way to improve your cardiovascular functioning as well as stimulate fat loss. Now you are listening. The high…

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Have Your Cake

Have Your Cake and Eat it Too

September 18, 2015

We wish we could all have our cake and eat it too??  Well, maybe we can. Many onlookers into the fitness world (as well as many who live it)  are led to believe that the only way to the coveted…

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