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High-Fiber Fit Snacks To Curb Cravings and Beat The “Hanger”

You look around and there’s nothing healthy to snack on. The cravings are too strong so you reach for something sweet, salty, crunchy…and processed. This is the moment you keep finding yourself in and you wonder why you haven’t reached your goals?
By |July 26th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

5 Superfoods That Add Protein And Fiber To Your Favorite Dip

Whether you are entertaining guests, tailgating, watching your favorite sports team at home or just needing a bite in between meals, chips and dip are a go-to snack for many. The problem for your waistline is the store-bought dips can be laden with additives like sodium and sugar, and low on the good stuff like protein […]

By |March 29th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

5 On-The-Go Snacks That Have More Protein Than A Hard Boiled Egg

The glorious egg is a food many people associate with protein… at the least the egg whites. A whole egg, with the whites and the yolk, has 6 grams of protein. Not bad for a little snack. But eggs are not the only protein rich food in town and I want to show you 5 portable snacks […]

By |March 16th, 2017|Nutrition|0 Comments

My Top 5 Low-Calorie, Low Sodium Condiments To Boost Flavor To Food

When it comes to eating healthy, taste often gets a bad rap. These are some of my favorite low-calorie and low-sodium flavor boosters to help keep your tastebuds happy and your waistline lean. I use them almost every day to sauté with or stir fry, put on raw veggies, add to salad dressings and more. The […]

By |February 22nd, 2017|Nutrition|0 Comments

Superfood Snacks On-The-Go

Superfoods On-The-Go

Food… I’ve had a love-hate relationship with food ever since I was a kid. I was allergic to wheat and not allowed sugar as a hyperactive kid. That didn’t leave me with too many options because wheat and sugar were in almost every food product when I grew up. I’ve had to test many […]

By |February 15th, 2017|Nutrition|1 Comment

What Is Your 2017 Mantra?

My mantra for 2017:
Set an intention. Put it in motion. Follow through with emotion.

As we usher in 2017, I reflect back on a memorable year of strength and struggle. I can’t imagine either one without the other. 2016 started with an injury that required surgery and took me out of training for months. The physical […]

By |January 1st, 2017|Inspiration|0 Comments

4 Weight Loss Mistakes You Don’t Know You’re Making

Weight loss runs a lot deeper than “calories in, calories out.” Here’s a closer look at some common mistakes that people make in hopes of trimming down.

By Brett Hoebel

In my career, I’ve trained thousands of people to lose weight. What I have found is that when these people come to me, they have generally lived […]

By |November 16th, 2016|Workouts|1 Comment

Women: A Bulky Problem

Addressing the notion of excessive muscle gain in women. Should you be worried about packing on too much mass?

While it’s not a common sight at most gyms, I’m sure you’ve seen women with big, bulky muscles. This is one of the reasons that has led many women to be wary of training with weights. The […]

By |October 28th, 2016|Workouts|1 Comment

Bullying: Will It Ever Stop?

From the US to the Middle East, bullying has reached epidemic proportions and must be dealt with to help our youth and the adults they become. Rehtaeh Parsons, Audrie Pott, and Devin Brown are the most recent victims of bullying who were driven to suicide after suffering from the abuse of their tormenters. Their stories […]

By |October 18th, 2016|Inspiration|4 Comments

3 Reasons You Need Protein After Your Workout

Fueling up after your last rep is arguably the most important part of your day. Here’s why.

I wasn’t always into working out. As a kid, I was actually very heavy. But the more I learned about it, the more fascinated I became with the process. That is, until one day when it finally kicked in […]

By |September 25th, 2016|Nutrition|0 Comments