Here is a link to an article that breaks down nutrition basics very simply. This is a very good read. Please come see me in the Fitness Room with any questions! http://www.strengthsensei.com/nutrition-basics-explained-simply/ Patrick Flynn Fitness Director
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By Elizabeth Reighard Recipe: 2 large organic beets cooked and puréed, 4 oz of good dark chocolate (I use organic 70%), 1/4 cup organic cold pressed coconut oil 1/4 cup raw honey 1/3 cup of raw cacao not cocoa powder (it is richer and full of antioxidants because not processed) 3 tablespoons or coconut or almond […]
The next time you bite into your favorite bar of dark chocolate, you may be lowering your risk for type 2 diabetes. A report just out in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (2015; doi: 10.3945/ajcn.114.092221) supports what many want to be true— chocolate, especially dark, may be a healthy indulgence. In analyzing data on 18,235 Physicians’ […]
Why Casein Protein is Important For Lean Muscle Mass Building Muscle Sports Nutrition By Elizabeth Reighard As we age, we lose muscle. We lose 15% a decade after 50 and 20% a decade after 60. Body builders have always known the importance of casein for creating lean muscle mass. Why use casein verses whey? What is it? […]
Three Ingredient Healthy Dark Chocolate. recipe By Elizabeth Reighard This is so delicious and full of antioxidants. I love eating chocolate that is good for my body! Recipe: 1/2 cup organic cold pressed coconut oil 1/2 cup of organic cocao not cocoa because it is unprocessed cocoa and full of good for your body antioxidants. 2 […]
Are you looking for healthier eating alternatives in 2016? Start with how you season and cook your food! Eating fresh organic veggies is a great start but if we continue to load them with processed seasonings there is no added benefit. Try trading your table salt for pink Himalayan salt, season salt for cayenne pepper […]
Aerobic exercise such as cardio machines, spinning, running, swimming, walking, hiking, aerobic group fitness, dancing, skiing, and kickboxing have the following health benefits: -Builds endurance -Boosts HDL (good) cholesterol -Helps maintain a normal weight -Prevention of heart attack, stroke, diabetes, dementia, depression, colon and breast cancers, and early death. Strength Training is […]
Through my own personal experience working with children I have found that many parents have concerns in regards to children and strength training. Despite the common misconceptions, research found in the last 10 years has proven that regular involvement in youth strength training is in fact beneficial to boys and girls of all ages. The […]
Foam rolling is a trend that is becoming more commonly used as a means of getting rid of that dreaded post workout soreness. It is considered self-myofascial release or a “self-massage” to release tightness and trigger points (knots) within the muscles. With the use of the foam roller you are able to apply pressure to […]