One Thing at a Time

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Does this sound familiar? You finally resolve to tackle a daunting goal. Let’s say it’s fat loss, though it could be any goal. You’ve spent weeks doing research online, taking notes, making lists, organizing your newly-acquired knowledge, asking questions on social media, and you’ve come up with the perfect plan. So naturally, you dive in headfirst. You start cooking at home more, you eat more vegetables, cut out snacking, make … Read More

What’s More Important: What You Eat, or How Much?

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It’s easy to look at fitness through a binary filter. In other words, to label things as being one of two extremes on a spectrum, such as “good” vs. “bad,” or “healthy” vs. “unhealthy,” while ignoring everything in the middle. Nutrition is no exception. On one side, you may have heard the claim that only calories matter. If you’re in a calorie deficit, you can eat nothing but Twinkies and … Read More

6 Ways to Continue Making Gym Progress

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Are you new to training? Have you been training for some time but you’re not seeing progress? Are you winging it in the gym, or continually doing the same exercises with the same weight and number of sets and reps? If so, you’re leaving a large piece of your progress on the table. One of the most important concepts in strength training is progressive overload, which means to gradually increase … Read More