Good Trainers vs Bad Trainers

When you walk into a gym, how do you know if the guy with “Trainer” or “Coach” on his shirt actually knows what he’s doing? As a member of the lay public, it may never [...]

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The Myth of “Bulking Up” in Women

Have you heard that rumor before? The one that postulates that women shouldn’t really get involved in heavy weight training because they might accidently “bulk up” too much?  For years this false notion has prevented [...]

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Healthy Aging is Strong Aging

A quiet revolution is transforming the way we think about fitness and health in the aging adult.  It’s changing our concept of what aging is, how it should be approached by doctors and patients, and [...]

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The TRUTH about Fat Loss

Regardless of age, gender, or goal, just about every new client I start with would like to flatten out their stomach a bit and lose some body fat It’s normal and nothing to be ashamed [...]

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Overcoming Negative Attitudes, False Beliefs, and Bad Habits

Many new clients will tell me that they are not disciplined when it comes to behaviors based around diet and exercise. I always counter with this with the same answer:  You are 100% disciplined. You [...]

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Combating Frailty in Older Adults

Generally when you read an article about fitness, we often talk about losing weight, reducing body fat, or fighting back the epidemic of obesity. But losing weight is not the only reason to go to [...]

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The Barbell Prescription: Strength Training for Life After 40

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The Barbell Prescription: Strength Training for Life After 40 directly addresses the most pervasive problem faced by aging humans: the loss of physical strength and all its associated problems – the loss of muscle mass, bone mineral loss and osteoporosis, hip fractures (a terminal event for many older people), loss of balance and coordination, diabetes, heart disease related to a sedentary lifestyle, and the loss of independence.

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