Tagged: weight loss

3 Eating Tips to Get Your Summer Body Back

With Spring Break quickly approaching and summer (hopefully) right around the corner, this is the time that most of us dread thinking about those swimsuits hiding in the back of our closets. Here are 3 eating tips to help get your summer body back just in time:

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Results from The Wellness & Lifestyle Challenge 2019

The Wellness & Lifestyle Challenge, or TWLC, has just come to another successful conclusion. Thank you to all who participated this year. Congratulations on all your efforts throughout the challenge and to those who accomplished their personal goals. We know many faced challenges along the way, but you put in the hard work necessary and […]

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Member Stories: Alexandra Bruckner – Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle Change

We’re extremely proud of our members. Over the years their work out agendas and sporting endeavors serve as healthy examples of how it feels to be “Elite,” and how exercise not only adds years to your life, but life to your years! Today we’d like to highlight another member’s experience: Meet Alexandra Bruckner, a member […]

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Doing More to Achieve Results

  Are you always active and feel like you should be losing weight but aren’t? A lot of aspects of work and life keep us active and feeling exhausted, and yet we don’t see any weight loss results. The key might be doing more than what you’re already doing even though you might already feel […]

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Your Body’s Basic Metabolic Needs

Your body has basic metabolic needs. In essence, your body’s basic metabolic needs are what your body needs just to stay alive. These needs can be calculated to determine how to improve your diet!

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HIIT vs. Steady State for Fat Loss

High intensity interval training, also referred to as HIIT, is believed to be the holy grail of exercise modalities for fat loss. HIIT is indeed a viable method to promote fat loss, but how does it stack up against steady state cardio (prolonged maintenance of the same running pace)? Let’s see what form of cardio exercise […]

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Can You Look Healthy and Be Unhealthy?

The adage, “never judge a book by its cover,” can be tough to put into practice, especially when construed with fitness and health. For example, is it possible to look healthy and be unhealthy? If you pay attention to TV, look at magazine covers or follow social media, it’s possible. The media would have you […]

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Results from The Wellness & Lifestyle Challenge 2018

We just concluded another year of The Wellness & Lifestyle Challenge. Thank you to all who participated this year. Congratulations on all your efforts throughout the challenge and to those who accomplished their personal goals. Losing weight is never easy, so be proud of yourselves for what you’ve accomplished! Here are this year’s results from […]

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Can a Weight Loss Plateau Be a Good Thing?

While they can be discouraging and destructive to your goals, a weight loss plateau is actually a really good thing, even if they last for a few weeks! Read on to find out why, plus learn four realistic ways to bust through your plateau.

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New Year’s Resolution Tips for Diet and Exercise

When it comes to New Year’s Resolutions related to nutrition and exercise, people often try to make a complete overhaul of their diet and workout regime. Trying to commit to a resolution like this can be overwhelming, exhausting, and in truth, quite unsustainable. Here are some helpful resolution tips so you can stick to them […]

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