Do you find yourself cycling through lean and not-so-lean phases, never really achieving the results you want? Do you stay on track for a couple weeks before a night out or weekend barbecue derails your focus? Does your journey toward a healthier life feel especially volatile? If you feel like you are constantly spinning your wheels and getting nowhere, you are not alone. Many others have found themselves in your exact scenario. In order to surpass the dramatic ups and downs or push through a plateau, many people find they need the support of someone else, an expert, to help them achieve their goals and stay motivated. This is where a nutrition coach in Denver can come into play. If you are ready to truly commit to changing your life and are considering the support and guidance of a professional, learn why hiring a nutrition coach in Denver is a no-brainer.

The new year is upon us and for many people that means evaluating ways to improve themselves. Unfortunately, the motivation that comes with January 1st rarely lasts past the first few weeks. This can be discouraging for anyone who has fitness goals they want to achieve because weight loss is a slow process. When the reward for your hard work isn’t immediate, it is hard to stay motivated to continue. If you have a new year’s weight loss goal for 2019, let’s talk about how to set yourself up for success.

The fundamental nature of the ketogenic diet is not new. In fact, it is based on a basic metabolic process known as ketosis, wherein the body produces fuel molecules called ketones which can be used as energy for the body when blood sugar is low. Recently, we have talked about the process of metabolism. Let’s talk about how you can achieve the metabolic state of ketosis through your diet and what the benefits are.

When we think of metabolism, we often simplify it much too dramatically, considering only our caloric intake and energy expenditure. In fact, metabolism is so much more than most people even realize, being responsible for all of the chemical processes that go on inside your body that allow you to function normally. Breaking down nutrients and building up or repairing the body is simply one part of metabolism. Let’s talk through the specifics of metabolism and how our everyday life can impact the process.

Weightlifting 101: How To Do A Deadlift
Monday, 12 November 2018 05:22

If you are new to weightlifting, you have likely battled the introductory phase of various different exercises. Some moves prove much more challenging than others, especially when everyone in the gym is performing the move differently and offering contradictory advice. One of the most troublesome exercises for newbies is the deadlift. In our weightlifting 101 series, we will be covering the proper form and technique, getting down to the nitty gritty of how to do specific exercises. Today, we are covering how to do a deadlift.

The holiday season has crept up on us with December right around the corner. Everyone is looking for the perfect gifts for their family, friends, and loved ones, but for some people it is tough to know where to start. We have put together the ultimate holiday gift guide for the fitness enthusiast in your life. Check out some of the hottest products on the market below.

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