What Protein Is Best for Muscle Growth?

    ANIMAL PROTEIN OR VEGETABLE PROTEIN, WHAT IS THE BEST PROTEIN FOR MUSCLE GROWTH

    Is there a single or multiple of protein foods that best promotes rapid muscle growth in endurance athletes? The animal proteins, Whey & Egg Whites are currently the favorites used by strength athletes while a multiple of plant

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    Nutrition for Prevention & Treatment of Allergies

     

    Diet and lifestyle are related to 80% of our diseases, therefore nutrition may help in the prevention and treatment of allergies. A strong immune system and digestive health are crucial. How we breathe, the pace we keep, the way we eat, how we rest,

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    Considering a Career as a Holistic Nutritionist?

    Are you considering a career as a holistic nutritionist? Or perhaps you already have your credentials and want to know what the next step is to becoming a successful Holistic Nutritionist.

    Here are some general questions and answers you may find helpful as to why you may want to pursue a career as a Holistic Nutritionist.

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    How Much Should We Be Exercising?

    What role has inactivity played in the obesity epidemic and how much should we be exercising?

    Right now, almost two-thirds of Americans are overweight, and by 2030 more than half our population may be clinically obese. Childhood obesity has tripled, and most of them will grow up to be overweight as

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    Give extra care to the caregivers you train

    As seen in AFPA ENews

    Why it is important to give extra care to the caregivers you train!

    Kathy was a regular in Pilates class on Thursdays. Because I saw her from week to week, I was able to notice significant weight loss and increased lack of focus.

    Worried, I singled her out

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    What Sugar Does To Your Body

     

    What Sugar Does To Your Body

    As Appeared in the AFPA ENews 2/12/14

    Too much sugar in your diet is not the best thing when it comes to eating (and living) healthy. We all know that, yet somehow saturated and trans fats, sodium or total calories get more of our attention.

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    The Art and Science of Personal Training

    The Art and Science of Personal Training

    Personal Training really is an art & a science. While it is important to know both, I am going to focus on the art of Personal Training with some behavioral science techniques that will help you in guiding your clients towards lasting change.

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    The Best of Bodyweight Training

    When it comes to youth conditioning, most coaches would agree that young athletes should master bodyweight training before external loading. Before we learn to lift a weight we have to first be proficient at moving our bodies. It is important for our young

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    6 Tips and Exercises for Overweight Clients

    Chances are at some point in your professional personal training career you are going to encounter the opportunity to work with an overweight or obese client. If you are seasoned personal trainer or a newbie to personal training, you may find these tips helpful!

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    7 Keys to Being a Successful Personal Trainer

    You may define a successful personal trainer as getting or achieving wealth, respect, or fame, and/or getting the correct or desired result of an attempt. Whatever your personal definition, below we have provided 7 simple keys to help you be a successful personal trainer by any standard.

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