Monthly Archives: May 2010

The 100 Pushups Challenge: Are You Man (Or Woman) Enough?

Doing 100 consecutive pushups seems to be a benchmark of sorts; I’ve even heard trainers say that if you can do 100 pushups in a row, everything else will kind of ‘take care of itself’ fitness-wise. While I’m not convinced … Continue reading

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Here’s Why Your Current ‘Diet Plan’ Could Actually Be Making You Fatter …

Most people have it all wrong when it comes to diet … the things you’ve heard about fat loss most likely just aren’t true!! Dietary fat on it’s own is not what makes you fat … fat storage and long … Continue reading

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How To Eat To Lose Fat: The Best Fat Loss Diet

Diet seems to be a huge frustration when it comes fat loss.  After all, working out is the fun part – and it’s only for a few hours a week.  Eating right is a 24 hour per day, 7 day … Continue reading

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5 Great Kettlebell Books

Kettlebell training is hot … but really still in it’s infancy in terms of quality information that’s available about it.  And you can always learn more and expand upon your current knowledge level, whatever that may be. Here are five … Continue reading

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Steps To Being Vegetarian: A Starter Guide

Thinking about going vegetarian? If you do it right, it can be an effective way of eating to improve your health and lose some fat while you’re at it. Here’s a starter guide to get you going that outlines some … Continue reading

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May Is Abs Month At Forest Vance Training Inc.

May is officially abs month at Forest Vance Training, Inc.  We’ll be smoking your abs all month – and with swimsuit season right around the corner, there’s no better time than now to get it going!! Here are three tips to help you … Continue reading

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Why Counting Calories Might Not Be The Answer …

Are you having trouble losing weight? Here’s a quick story about a personal training client of mine you might be able to relate to (I’ve changed my client’s actual name, but the story is 100% true): When Molly and I … Continue reading

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