6 Exercises to Stimulate Your Abs

I often hear my students and St. Louis, Brentwood and Clayton, MO clients say they want to have fabulous abs, but what about functional abs? Find out below how you can have both showy as well as functional abs. Show The abs get a lot of work in many non-ab exercises, but to get the […]

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Yo-Yo Dieting Is a Real Heart Problem

We’ve all either witnessed it or experienced it firsthand: the struggle to lose weight and keep if off maintaining a healthy weight over time. Long-term weight loss starts and ends with healthy, balanced eating, but for too many people, it’s difficult, if not impossible, to sustain. Sure, you can skip desserts and cut back on […]

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5 Exercises Every Woman Should be Doing

Would you like to build strength to help perform activities of daily living? Then give this program a try for eight weeks and see how the strength you build carries over into other areas of your performance and life. You will need a TRX Suspension Trainer, an Ultimate Sandbag and two heavy kettlebells. Please keep […]

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The Common Mistakes People Make When Warming Up

Has anyone told you to “warm up” before you exercise or play sports? Or more importantly, do you warm up before exercise or sport? What’s easy to do is also easy not to do, and the biggest mistake people make is skipping this important component of exercise. Here’s what you need to know to warm […]

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EXERCISES TO DO INSTEAD OF PUSHUPS

Are you are ready for a pectoral-pumping workout that doesn’t involve push-ups? Then this workout is for you. Each move is guaranteed to train some or all of the muscles used in push ups without doing a single push-up. BENCH PRESS One of the all-time classic exercises is the bench press. This basic yet effective […]

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Foods to Help Recover From a Hangover

New Year’s Eve is just around the corner and you no doubt are ready to celebrate, right? But if you’re looking to impair your athletic performance, a hangover is a surefire way to do it. For my clients who choose to drink alcohol, I recommend that they do so in moderation, which is one daily […]

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Six Exercises for Stronger Triceps

Would you like to have stronger, shapelier triceps? The triceps, along with the biceps, are responsible for most powerful forearm movements. The triceps is a three-headed structure and is the only muscle located on the posterior upper arm. The three heads include the long head, the lateral head and the medial head. The three heads […]

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How to Manage Holiday Junk Food

The holiday season is upon us, which means lots of parties and countless opportunities to overindulge. Should you skip the office party because you know they only serve junk? How many cookie exchanges can you really participate in without feeling the effects? While the holidays are supposed to be a time of celebration, it can […]

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Not Fit? You Might as Well Be a Smoker

Don’t smoke? Great. Don’t exercise? You might as well be a smoker when it comes to the health risk. A recent study expands on a concept put forth a few years ago regarding physical activity: lack of it can be just as dangerous as smoking when it comes to your health. “Sitting is the new […]

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Get Ready for Winter Fitness

It may only be the end of November, but before you know it, winter will be here, with shorter days, longer nights, colder, wetter weather, and a host of other reasons many people use as excuses to stop exercising regularly But not you, because that’s not who you are. So let’s take a look at […]

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