Posts Tagged ‘healthy living’

 

A Conversation With Dave Fannin

Personal Trainer, Dave Fannin, and Brian Friedman have a captivating conversation filled to the brim with a ton of fantastic health and wellness tips. • How long has Dave been in the fitness business? • How many clients has Dave spoken with over the years? • How did Dave find his current niche of training? […]

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Why Am I Still Fat?

Have you ever struggled with weight loss? You’re not alone. According to the NIDDK,  more than 70% of adults are considered overweight. That’s a lot. And, believe it or not … if all things are equal, it’s a pretty easy problem to solve. Check out this helpful video clip (a little over 8 minutes) to hear […]

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The End of His Backaches (Maybe Yours, Too)

Can you imagine having backaches just from standing? One of our clients, Tom, can definitely relate. His muscles were so tight, he couldn’t touch his toes nor could he stand up straight. He used to wonder why a “super-inflexible” person would even attempt yoga. But his wife, Margaret, convinced him to give it a try […]

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How To Get Into Shape

“How do I get in shape?” It’s a great question. And it can get real confusing real fast when you try to figure it out on your own. Think about how many diets have come and gone. Think about how many “hot” exercise trends have come and gone. Remember when “Jazzercise” was all the rage? […]

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Do This And You’ll Be Ahead Of The Pack

Have you ever wanted to get ahead of the pack? It’s normal to feel that way. We’ve all wanted the same thing one time or another. And it can feel disappointing if we don’t get there. I remember wanting to keep up with my brother when we went for a run. He’s been running for […]

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One Little Thing You Can Do For Massive Health Benefits

Want to take a massive step to ramp up your health? So do I. So do a lot of people. And it makes sense because we all want to live happy, healthy lives. That’s why I’ve spent the last 3 decades finding, testing, and using things that work. And discarding things that don’t. My first […]

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