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If there is really no secret to successfully losing weight, then why do most dieters fail?

The answer is: It is all about establishing Healthy Eating Habits If you do an Amazon search of diet books you will get 151,119 options to choose from. Crazy, right? No wonder it’s so hard for people to lose weight. The billion dollar “diet” industry doesn’t have your back; they just want your money. If

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What to Do About Wheat … Is Gluten-free the way to be? Possibly…

I think wheat is a scapegoat for many people who are overweight.  They may have read that gluten-free bread is diet food and can help them reach their weight loss goals. I am all in favor of trying to identify foods that don’t work well for you and to avoid them – whether for dieting

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Reducing body fat a losing battle? Learn the 5 Keys to Success! If a little is good, more must be better. Right?

This may be true, but sometimes we get carried away and the more turns into A LOT more. This can be bad, especially when it comes to exercise. Exercise is a stress to the body, and at the right amount it is a very good stress to the body. Overdo it and you might find

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Your Fitness Tracker may be keeping you from achieving your goals!

Fitness trackers are very popular theses days. They can help keep you accountable by showing you how active you are.  How many calories did you burn during the day?  How many steps walked and stairs climbed? You can log your meals and get a breakdown of the amount of protein, carbohydrates, fat, and total calories

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Holiday Weigh-Down!

Our Commit Fitness Pre-Holiday Weight Loss Challenge begins this month and continues for six weeks in preparation for the Holiday season! Here’s what you need to know to get started: Join us for a weekly weigh-in and measurement during our Saturday 10 am Training Camp sessions (or another day each week if you can’t make

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Training Should Not Be Abuse!

A number of personal trainers harbor the philosophy that they have to “beat up” their clients in a training session in order for them to reach their goals. Unfortunately, a lot of people feel the same way. Training to the point of pain and exhaustion won’t get you to your goals … but it may

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