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More Than a Salad

It is hard not to love a good salad, a bed of greens with some roasted vegetables, maybe some meats hot or cold, add a compliment of cheese and some nice kalamata olives. All of this is veiled by a delicious dressing, maybe Italian, or balsamic. Have a nice slice of homemade ciabatta. Wow, hard […]

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Don’t just sit there get active

Introduction to an Exercise Philosophy, get activefacebook@ visiondrivenstrengthJim Williams: NASM Fitness Instructor, Nutrition Specialist, Bio Force Certified Conditioning CoachJune Release:​How to prepare your routine​Active is the opposite of sedentary, stationary moving to active in your efforts to stay in shape can be an overwhelming thought.  However you have made the decision to do so.  Jim […]

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Wow, St. Patricks Day – Erin Go Bragh

St. Patrick’s Day St. Patrick’s DayErin Go Bragh (Braugh), (Eirinn go Brach in Irish language) is the saying that you might hear often around St. Patrick’s day. In Ireland it is likely you will hear it more frequently. Yes, this common saying is the allegiance cry for the Irish, “Ireland Forever and its people”. A […]

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We Love Food – Part 3

A look at what you need to be better prepared.  With success comes rewards and the whole idea of better preparation which leads to better habits will conversely lead to more energy.  Typically, you should see a drop in your blood pressure, even if it is slight, and a loss in your weight, for the […]

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Portion Distortion

Many of us are guilty of portion distortion. You know what I’m talking about – the tendency to eat more than you should because you don’t quite have a realistic grasp on what constitutes a proper serving size. No more portion distortion, sort it out, we will help you here. Portion distortion runs rampant at […]

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