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7 Steps to (Re)take Control of Your Health and Fitness Goals
Kevin Brunacini in Motivation
July 04, 2015 · 6 minutes read
Who isn't busy these days? We're in a perpetual state of running to appointments, dealing with life stressors, work demands, family obligations, and doing things for others. Many of us are so busy that we neglect to check on ourselves first
5 Strategies to Avoid Weight Loss Pitfalls
Kevin Brunacini in Motivation
June 20, 2015 · 5 minutes read
You've just found the magic solution to losing the extra weight and permanently keeping it off. You figure out what to eat on the plan outlined, buy the groceries needed to adhere to it, and adopt the exercise regime it recommends. You foll
4 Ways That Hinder Your Weight Loss
Kevin Brunacini in Nutrition
June 13, 2015 · 5 minutes read
Food is health; exercise is fitness. Two separate concepts, yet work synergistically. One shouldn't neglect one or the other for ultimate health and wellness, especially for weight loss purposes. If you just started an exercise plan or are
Differences in Protein Powder
Kevin Brunacini in Nutrition
June 10, 2015 · 4 minutes read
What is the best when it comes to protein powders? As a nutrition supplement, protein offers one of the biggest bangs for your buck and is most convenient. Protein powders are everywhere; it's plentiful at every grocery store. You can even
The Impact of Music on Fitness Performance
Kevin Brunacini in Fitness
June 06, 2015 · 6 minutes read
June 7th 2015 in Fitness The Impact of Music on Fitness Performance Overture. Beethoven, The Beatles, Palestrina, Led Zeppelin, Morten Lauridsen, Pearl Jam, Bach, Rush(!), Mendelssohn, some cool hip-hop artist that I will not pretend I know
4 Myths on Fiber
Kevin Brunacini in Nutrition
June 03, 2015 · 4 minutes read
I type this article with trepidation because no one likes to hear the words flatulence, diarrhea, and bloating. While these words are commonly used in my professional life, it's not exactly table conversation. When seeing patients, though,
5 Nutrition Tips
Kevin Brunacini in Nutrition
June 02, 2015 · 5 minutes read
Chances are you probably start off each week with every intention of eating healthy. The idea of preparing meals and tracking them, in the midst of our busy lives, can seem intimidating to many individuals motivated to living a healthier li
R&R: 8 Ways to Prevent Muscle Soreness
Kevin Brunacini in Fitness
January 12, 2015 · 4 minutes read
Starting a workout program can be daunting. Making the time to exercise, creating a balanced routine, and setting goals are hard enough, but add to that the muscle soreness that comes with adapting to that regimen, and it may be difficult t
My Journey to Self-Sufficiency
Kevin Brunacini in Motivation
January 10, 2015 · 8 minutes read
For full transparency, I am sharing my transformation to not only instill hope for others, but to prove anything can be achieved with patience, time, and effort. I do provide a brief story on my site, but feel it would do more benefit to th
9 Tips for Fitness Success
Kevin Brunacini in Fitness
January 01, 2015 · 8 minutes read
As the cliché goes it's January, a new year, so time to dig out those neon-colored sneakers and get to work with whatever fitness program collecting dust. If you're not at your goal weight in 2 weeks, you might as well just give up! Sadly,
It's Time - Create a Plan!
Kevin Brunacini in Motivation
December 31, 2014 · 2 minutes read
So what's your resolution for 2015?Frankly, don't make one because they don't work. Resolution means to do or not do something. Do you see the inherent problem of this? It's vague, it's ambiguous. It's just a decision, not a plan of action.
How to Get Rid of that Halloween Candy
Kevin Brunacini in Motivation
November 02, 2014 · 3 minutes read
So you had your Halloween candy and enjoyed it without the guilt. You can either continue having the sweets around the house, accounting for it into your nutrition goals, or get rid of them. However, what will the kids say? Their hard work
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