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Hormones and fat loss

Posted: March 31st, 2015 | Expert Advice | No Comments

by Bret Smith CPT, B. A., B.S. | Move Strong Studio Let’s get this straight right from the start…fat loss is hard! There is no question about it. Having to exercise and eat at levels that create the best possible environment for fat loss and muscle gain is a challenging endeavor.

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5 Steps to a Healthy Core

Posted: March 3rd, 2015 | Expert Advice | No Comments

by Bret Smith CPT, B. A., B.S. | Move Strong Studio I bet you are reading this thinking…”Great! Here are some new ab exercises!” Sorry to disappoint, but to lead you down the path of more boring explanations about “ab” and “plank” exercises would waste our time. Instead I would like to describe The 5 Core Principles of a Healthy Workout Routine. All clients here at Move Strong Studio go through a thorough assessment to help […]

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Running Down The Dream

Posted: February 5th, 2015 | Expert Advice | No Comments

by Bret Smith CPT, B. A., B.S. | Move Strong Studio Now that the sheen from the season of New Year’s resolutions has dulled a little, let’s get real about what it takes to see lasting results while undertaking a healthy lifestyle. Taking a look back at all the energy we spent during the holiday season and realizing how much we are doing each day, it is no wonder that fitness and nutrition opportunities take a […]

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Empty your bucket

Posted: January 5th, 2015 | Expert Advice | No Comments

by Bret Smith CPT, B. A., B.S. | Move Strong Studio They’re herrrre! All the New Year’s promises to eat better, exercise more, lose that holiday bulge, train for that obstacle race and more help set the tone for us to feel better about the damage being done right now.

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Myths and Mysteries

Posted: December 2nd, 2014 | Expert Advice | No Comments

by Bret Smith CPT, B. A., B.S. | Move Strong Studio Barely a week goes by where I don’t read an article or post about fitness and nutritional myths supported or debunked by the latest research. Yet again and again I am left with the mystery of what those myths really mean- if anything.

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The Diet Dilemma

Posted: September 4th, 2014 | Expert Advice | No Comments

by Bret Smith CPT, B. A., B.S. | Move Strong Studio Quite often I am asked “What diet should I be following?” or “What is the best diet for me?” and honestly I have no idea. That is because of a number of factors having to do with food choice, food tolerance, budget, availability, likes/dislikes, lifestyle, and nutritional bio-availability and so on.

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