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Squat Right for Your Type

by Todd Bumgardner | 12/18/14  Here’s what you need to know… A squat loads the hips and legs while limiting movement and undue stress elsewhere in the body. You can aggressively load the squat movement without a bar on your back. Other effective squat variations…

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REGULAR EXERCISE AND FISH OIL

MAY HELP KEEP ARTERIES CLEAR AND REDUCE BODY FAT A combination of prolonged exercise and fish oil can dramatically reduce levels of a fat that can cause hardening of the arteries, a leading cause of heart disease. Fat in the bloodstream is a primary contributor…

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Why nutrition science is so confusing.

 [Infographic] 9 reasons eating well isn’t as straightforward as we’d like it to be. By John Berardi, Ph.D. From a certain perspective, nutrition science can seem like a mess. From another, it illustrates the very nature (and beauty) of the scientific process. Here we’ll explain…

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Infographic: The Science of Cell Signaling

Written by Emily Alaniz SEPTEMBER 21, 2016  Have you heard about cell signaling? It sounds kind of complicated—in fact, if you Google it, you’ll get some confusing results. But the basic concept is simple. All you really need to remember is that everything you put…

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Coach – Owen Hone

Check out Coach, Owen Hone.  Owen and I have similar health and fitness philosophies and he has some great coaching skills to help you reach your goals through habit changes. http://levelnutritioncoaching.com/owen-hone/

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Fact or Fiction: Diet and Exercise Are Enough

Written by Scott Pack AUGUST 31, 2016in Fact or Fiction  So, I’m pretty new to USANA Health Sciences. Like, hired-a-month-and-a-half-before-Convention new. And although I’ve learned a lot, I’d be lying if I said there isn’t some information overload going on—especially in prepping for Convention. One…

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Will a high-protein diet harm your health?

The real story on the risks (and rewards) of eating more protein. By Helen Kollias Will too much protein damage my kidneys? Cause cancer? Reduce my lifespan? At Precision Nutrition we’re always getting questions (from fitness pros and clients) about the risks of a high-protein diet. In…

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How Exercise Shapes You

Far Beyond the Gym By Brad Stulberg When I first started training for marathons a little over ten years ago, my coach told me something I’ve never forgotten: that I would need to learn how to be comfortable with being uncomfortable. I didn’t know it…

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