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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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Choosing Food off of a Restaurant Menu

January 15, 2015

Many people enjoy going out to eat for a number of reasons; you don’t have to cook or clean up, no grocery shopping is required, and you can simply enjoy the company of others.  However, if you’re in a battle against weight loss, restaurant food can be your worst nightmare. Between enormous portions and sneaky […]

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3 Ways to Take Your Game to the Next Level

January 8, 2015

Many good athletes find themselves asking “how can I take my game to the next level?” In addition to nutrition, off-season training and consistent workouts, there are a few hidden tips that can help. Gain more flexibility This may seem odd, but flexibility can be a huge factor in improving sports performance. By increasing your […]

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Most Common Sports Injuries and How to Avoid Them

December 22, 2014

To the athlete in all of us, nothing is worse than sitting on the sideline as your teammates (or opponents) play your game. Injuries are an all-too-common occurrence in sports, and many of the most common injuries are preventable with a little foresight and knowledge. Quad strain One of the most common injuries across any […]

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3 Weight Loss Myths—Debunked!

December 22, 2014

Weight loss is complicated endeavor. What works for one person may not be the right match up for another. However, in looking across all the fad diets and trendy exercise programs, there are a few seemingly unshakable myths surrounding weight loss. If shedding pounds is your end goal, be sure not to fall into the […]

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