How Your Diet is Ruining Your Performance

Is your performance suffering because of your diet? Good intentions or not, it’s critical to know why your choices with food could be hindering your potential. As a sports dietitian, I help athletes and active individuals fuel their body for better...

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How to Leverage Your Nutrition So You’re More Toned

Do you know how to make nutrition your ally for getting more toned? How to get muscle tone is one of the top 5 requests I get from clients. This video explains how to leverage nutrition to support your goal...

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The Scale…Friend or Foe?

Are you letting the scale ruin your day? In this video, I share my perspective on whether the scale is your friend or foe. Observe what feelings arise when you approach your scale - are you anxious, worried, filled with dread,...

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Improving Your Posture for Better Performance

Your posture matters much more than you might realize when it comes to improving athletic performance and avoiding injury. Healthy posture is important especially for weight-lifting and running. Why? It enables you to be a stronger runner because properly engaged glutes...

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Work the Buddy System: A Total-Body Workout to do With Your Friend

Grab a friend and watch this video to learn how to get a fun total-body workout for two that will get you both in great shape. Let’s face it, there are times (lots of times) where we’d rather do anything...

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(Don’t) Put Your Back Into It: How to Properly Lift a Weight

In this 5-minute video, you'll learn the proper technique to lift a heavy weight in the gym and not injure your back. If you’ve ever suffered from a backache or injury you know one thing: you don’t realize how important your...

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Working Out to Maximize Fat-Burn

Want to maximize fat-burn with less time and more results when working out? Learn the power of EPOC with Guest Blogger, Hannah Giangaspro, Exercise Science and Nutrition Intern Ever heard of EPOC? Yeah, neither had I until I started taking graduate-level...

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Building the Perfect Protein Shake

In this video, Guest Blogger, Hannah Giangaspro, Exercise Science and Nutrition Intern explains the three ingredients that make the perfect protein shake. We've all seen those big dudes at the gym walking around like the Incredible Hulk, poking their chests...

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Food First, Supplements Second: Why Supplements Should Not be Your Primary Go-To

Well, whether we are ready to accept it or not, it’s beach season! With bathing suit weather upon us, it’s time to pull out our razors, tan our pale skin, and burn off all those Christmas cookies that have...

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Diabetes and Resistance Training

What is Diabetes? Diabetes is a disease in which the body’s inability to produce any or enough insulin causes an increase in sugar (glucose) in the blood.  In type I diabetes the cells that create insulin from the pancreas are...

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