Category Archive for "Health Tips"

Tips to Looking Hot In Your Bikini

Tips to Looking Hot in Your Bikini

March 23, 2015

Six Tips to Looking Hot in Your Bikini Spring is on it’s way and you will need these tips to looking hot in your bikini, or just the lack of clothing in general the warm weather brings. It’s time to show more…

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Eating on the Fly

Eating On The Fly

March 3, 2015
Jessica Maurer

In addition to being a group fitness instructor and personal trainer, I am a traveling fitness educator who eats on the fly, literally. This means that I fly on weekends to share new health and fitness educational programs with fitness professionals…

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Proteins The Animal and The Plant

Proteins – The Animals & The Plants

February 27, 2015

Proteins are a key component of the foods we eat.  It’s a macronutrient along with carbohydrates and fats. These are the nutrients that the body needs in relatively large amounts to sustain life and we can only obtain them from the…

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Eating on-The-go

Eating On-The-Go

February 12, 2015
Jessica Maurer

As a group fitness instructor, I have a habit of eating while driving, between classes, between clients, etc. I know it’s not the safest habit in the world, but eating on-the-go is my only option to fuel quickly and effectively for…

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Learning the Lunge

Learning the Lunge

February 12, 2015

The major body shaping advantage of learning the lunge is that it works not only the quadriceps and the hamstrings, but also the calves and glutes through a greater range of motion than other leg exercises.  In layman’s terms, greater…

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Leaner Man-Approved Recipes

Leaner Man-Approved Recipes

January 27, 2015

Women, listen up, do you sound like a broken record when trying to get the man in your life to eat healthier??  We’re aiming to make sensible choices but our men sideline our efforts with their pizza-loving, meat and potato dinners….

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Being an Athlete with Crohn's Disease

Being An Athlete with Crohn’s Disease

January 20, 2015

My name is Alex and I am an athlete who has been living with Crohn’s Disease since 2011. Nutrition is the key to achieving any fitness goal that you have in mind. If you want to lose weight or gain it,…

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Protein Needs

Protein Needs – How Much? When? & What Kind?

January 13, 2015

Thank goodness for technology and for the immense amount of information on the net to help us navigate all things food, fitness, fashion and more.  However, this “free” international encyclopedia can also lead many people astray.  It can become quite daunting when one reads about fitness…

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About Time Gives Athletes An Edge

About Time Gives Athletes An Edge

December 29, 2014

Serious athletes and trainers have long known that supplementing with whey protein can give the athletes an edge over their performance. Lifting and exercise actually tears down muscle tissue, which then grows stronger during recovery. And nothing helps muscle recovery like a…

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Smart Goals

SMART Goals

December 21, 2014

As the year comes to it’s end, it’s time to make SMART goals for your future. When we welcome new beginnings and are allowed the time to reset, we begin to think about how we would like to improve our…

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Gastric bypass surgery and Protein intake

Gastric Bypass Surgery and Protein Intake

December 17, 2014

For anyone considering gastric bypass surgery it is also very important to understand appropriate protein intake following the surgery.  Post-op, protein intake must be met and this can be one of the most challenging tasks for most patients who now…

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Going Gluten-Free?

Going Gluten-Free??

December 10, 2014

Thinking of going gluten-free  and wanting some insight into the dietary changes? Or have you been diagnosed with an intolerance to gluten or celiac disease? Before tackling these new eating habits it’s important to understand the culprit – gluten. What is it,…

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Why Your Warm-Up isn't warming you up

Why Your Warm-Up Isn’t Warming You Up

December 4, 2014
Luke Koval

Why your warm-up isn’t warming you up, or at least isn’t preparing you for the upcoming training session. So why am I dedicating an entire article to warming up? I mean, you come in grab an open bike or treadmill…

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Science of Sleep

The Science of Sleep

November 26, 2014

The science of sleep is far more theoretical than you may think. Theories remain unproven for why we evolved to sleep. In fact, part of the reason we humans skip out on needed shut-eye is because our bodies can adapt to…

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SDC Nutrition Strikes Major Deals in Dominican Republic and Columbia

SDC Nutrition Strikes Major Deals in Dominican Republic and Columbia

November 21, 2014
Devenee Schumacher

  November 14, 2014 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SDC Nutrition Strikes Major Deals in Dominican Republic and Columbia   SDC Nutrition, Inc., a health supplement manufacturing company specializing in powdered sports nutrition product, today announced their new partnership with the largest…

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Benefits of Relaxation

Benefits of Relaxation

November 20, 2014

The benefits of relaxation are endless in a world that values overstimulation. If you’ve ever tried a traditional meditation, it takes about 10 seconds before your mind is doing backflips, your eyelids fly open, the phone is buzzing, and you…

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You body on Sugar

Your Body on Sugar

November 17, 2014

Your body on sugar is similar to some of the most addicting drugs, says contributing research in a 2012 article in the journal Nature. Sugar, not only makes us fat; it is a toxic substance that have lasting effects on the brain…

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christmas

Staying Happy and Healthy Over the Holiday Season

November 12, 2014

Halloween’s barely over and the holiday carols are already blasting in the retail stores. You can’t run through the dial on your car radio without hitting at least one Christmas music station, and your kids have already written out their…

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Muscle

4 Nutrient Packed Meals for Improved Muscle Recovery

November 5, 2014

You’ve put in a vigorous workout, you feel good about it and you’re ready to eat. You may be in a rut with the same meals over and over. However, there are lots of interesting meals you can try that…

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6 Tips for Baking with Whey Protein

6 Tips for Baking with Whey Protein

November 4, 2014
Devenee Schumacher

6 tips for baking with Whey Protein because it truly is a science all on its own to bake with this stuff. Everyone wants to rid every recipe of all those refined sugars and bad carbohydrates. But then you end…

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Energy Muffins Fit For Kids

Energy Muffins Fit for Kids

October 28, 2014

Energy muffins fit for kids and their active lifestyle. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, children need 20% of their total calories to come from protein. This can vary based on your child’s activity level. A safe rule of thumb…

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Celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October 3, 2014

Celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness month with us and join in our JUGS 4 JUGS campaign. Currently breast cancer is the most common cancer affecting women worldwide. In 2014, the estimated number of breast cancer patients will be 232,030 in the U.S….

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Infographic: Proper Protein Requirements for Your Lifestyle

October 2, 2014
Devenee Schumacher

Depending on the way you go about your everyday life, the amount of protein you should intake will drastically vary. No matter what your age, gender, or style of living, protein plays one of the most important roles in your…

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Honey and It's Sweet Benefits

Honey’s Sweet Benefits and Recipes to Buzz About

September 17, 2014

Honey’s sweet benefits make it one of our favorite all natural sweeteners. It helps the body cure more than just a sweet tooth. Included below are some delicious recipes featuring honey from AT AThlete, Sarah Grace and author of  Fresh Fit…

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Benefits of Beta-Alanine

Beta-Alanine – A Supplement For Any AThlete

September 9, 2014

Beta-Alanine  is a non-essential amino acid. Did I already lose you?  Non-essential amino acids are those that can be synthesized by the body. This means the body is capable of creating them on its own. The term “non-essential” does not…

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tips for baking with protein

Tips for baking with protein

August 5, 2014
Devenee Schumacher

Tips for baking with protein We have both been trying to increase our protein intake for the past few weeks. We try to eat mostly lean protein (chicken, turkey, fish), but we also supplement our diets with protein powder. I’ve…

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What is the difference between an Allergy and Intolerance

July 4, 2014
Devenee Schumacher

What is the difference between an allergy and an intolerance There ‘s always some confusion between a food allergy and an intolerance, so it’s important to figure out which one applies to you before you choose a method of treatment. A FOOD ALLERGY occurs when a…

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Why Whey Protein Isolate Works

August 21, 2013
Devenee Schumacher

Whey protein is a popular nutritional supplement, commonly used by dieters and bodybuilders. Derived from milk, whey is isolated from other milk components through several purification processes. Protein, one of three major food classes, is vital for healthy body functioning….

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