5 Food Swaps to Make Today

February 24, 2015

With so many new products on the market today, it can be hard to know which ones you should be including and which you should consider retiring. Below are a few we suggest to improve the nutritional value of your dishes without sacrificing taste! Vegetable Oil for Coconut Oil Coconut oil is one of the […]

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The Truth about Fad Diets

February 19, 2015

If you’ve been on the health and fitness section of Pinterest in the last few months, undoubtedly you’ve seen pins for miracle diets, one namely being the “3 day military diet” or “Kaiser diet”. Though this diet promises results (as they all do) what it doesn’t disclose is that it is built on extreme calorie […]

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Stop the Excuses

February 6, 2015

The reasons to not workout are boundless. “I’m too tired” and “I don’t have time” are two of the most common we hear at Power Train. While there is some legitimacy to these phrases, they are used as an endless crutch to not make health and wellness a priority. No Time We get it. You […]

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Modifying Workouts for Injury

January 29, 2015

Injuries are a pain, but they’re no reason to go backwards in progress! By learning to do some basic modifications, you can continue to work out (with your doctor’s approval of course). Power Train works in conjunction with your doctor or physical therapist to make the essential modifications to allow you to heal while keeping […]

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Understanding Nutrition Labels

January 22, 2015

You know you should “watch what you eat”, but do you know how to interpret a nutrition label? Most people know to watch out for trans fat and carbs, but sugar, calories and sodium can present unique challenges. Sugar When looking at nutrition labels, the amount of sugar (listed in grams), can be a little […]

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