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  • Baby Boomers, Read This!

    Did you know that the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada predicts that more baby boomers will be sick with heart disease due to unhealthy lifestyles? In fact, it is estimated that 52% of baby boomers lead a sedentary lifestyle. Obesity is up 30% from only 10 years ago! About 1.3 million Canadians...
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    14.05.2013
  • Useful Recipes:

    You’ll need 2 tsp Organic Olive Oil (divided) 1/2 c Red Pepper 2 cloves garlic, minced 3/4 c Organic Chicken broth 2 tbsp olives, pitted and chopped 1/2 tsp salt 1/2 tsp pepper 4 (6 oz) flounder fillets 4 tsp oregano, torn 2 lemons, cut into rounds What to do Pre-heat broiler to high. Heat a m...
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    14.05.2013
  • Free Weights over Ball for Core Strength

    I’m not really sure why some people think that in order to train their “core” they need to become acrobats on a thera-ball. Skillfully, they balance and twist their way through a workout, looking like Cirque de Soleil clowns. The question is what is effective for building core stre...
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    03.04.2013
  • My Philosophy

    My philosophy is irrelevant. I have been doing this for a long time and if there’s one thing that I’ve learned that everybody is different. Each person has his or her own requirements for Rest, diet, supplementation and exercise. Almost all training principles have their time and place f...
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    20.03.2013
  • Eat Attentively and Don’t Count Calories

    I don’t believe that one needs to count calories in order to improve body composition I am of the belief that one should eat when one is hungry and stop when one is full. This is not an approach that works for everyone right away. There is training involved so that one does not just reach for...
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    18.03.2013
  • Bowing Down to the Kettlebell and PNF Change of Heart?

    Ever have one of those days when what you though was right was wrong? I have lots of them lately. Cases in point: #1: A study in the Journal of Strength and Conditioninng found PNF stretching ineffective for inproving vertical and mobility in quadricep muscles( below ) #2: A study in the Journal of...
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    07.02.2013