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Skinny or Toned? The difference between dieting and cardio and WEIGHTLIFTING, dieting, and cardio is the difference between skinny mush and a lean, toned body. Weightlifting with a certain intensity will add definition to your body and increase your metabolism. To simply lose weight, one must eat less and move more. So, after you've plateaued, do you move even more OR eat even less? There's only so much time in your day and only so little you can eat. That's a tough decision. What if you could eat MORE, do MORE, and look BETTER? Here's where weightlifting comes in...

Just about anyone could benefit from nutritional counseling, but this type of counseling can be particularly helpful for those who are trying to lose weight. The journey to fitness is a long and arduous one, but you don't have to travel alone. Before you start, take time to reflect on your current and previous habits. This will better help you prepare for the journey ahead. These are a few signs that you should look into nutritional counseling while on your weight loss journey.

Have you been struggling to lose weight? If so, you may want to consider adding weight training to your workout regime. You may think that weight training is only for professional athletes and bodybuilders, but the truth is that anyone

With only days into the New Year, everyone’s fitness resolutions are (hopefully) in full effect. Unfortunately, a vast majority of these commitments will not last more than a few weeks. So, how do you beat the odds and ensure that your 2015 fitness goals become a reality? Here are a few strategies that will ensure your success.

“I can’t eat that. I’m on a diet!” “It’s your BIRTHDAY! I’m sure you can have a slice of cake as a reward for all your hard work!” “That’s EXACTLY why I CAN’T have that slice of cake!” “Suit yourself… but you have been losing weight for five years, straight. You look better and better with each passing month!” “Thank you, but I need to lose more! I need to…” Do you have friends, family members, or co-workers with “motivation” that seems to limit their enjoyment of social activities and daily life?

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