GoRuck Class 832

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GoRuck has been named one of the country’s hardest endurance challenges. GoRuck was created by former special forces operators to challenge people past their preconceived limits and benefit the Green Beret Foundation. I was “gifted” my registration as a birthday gift from my good friend and OCR buddy, Bryan Calo. He had previously done a […]

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525,600 Minutes!

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Jan2013 06

My good friend, coach and mentor, Todd Durkin, sent this out in an email just before the New Year began. I was in the process of writing something to help motivate, educate and inspire us to make better decisions in 2013. This is perfect so I just had to send it out to you! “This […]

Do you want to run 5k but have not run one yet or think you cannot do it? Yes, you can! A few people in the world were born running. The great majority started running later and some had to learn to like it and, once they liked it, they never stopped. This could be […]

The Start of Mudder Lover!

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May2012 23
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We are starting a new program!  It’s gonna be called the “Mudder Lover” obstacle course training program. Circuit training and running programs inspired by the obstacles you can expect to do in these races: Spartan Race, Tough Mudder, Gladiator Rock n Run, ROC race, Camp Pendleton Mud Run and the MCRD boot challenge. Train hard, […]

Quinoa

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Mar2012 29
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Quinoa is “superfood” due to its high levels of antioxidants, phytochemicals, fiber, vitamin and mineral content. Quinoa is also gluten free. A very delicious and nutritious substitute for starchy carbohydrates, quinoa cooks like rice but has a nuttier taste. Quinoa (pronounced keen-wah) is actually a seed related to the spinach family. Some of the nutrients […]

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I am not a runner.  I sprint very well but long distances haven’t really been my favorite choice of exercise.  This year I decided to break out of my comfort zone, be a lot more daring and go have more adventures.  For some odd reason, a good friend of mine convinced me to sign for […]

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1)   Eat Slowly. It takes 15-20 minutes for your brain to register that you are actually full.  Try setting your fork down after each bite.  If you are eating with friends or family, engage them in conversation to slow your pace.  Eating slowly will actually help you eat less, saving calories and increasing the enjoyment […]

Conflicting Reports

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This is something that I see becoming a bigger problem, as more information is made accessible.  We are constantly bombarded with stories and articles telling us one thing and then the next day, something contradictory to the first.  Case in point, in Tuesday, June 28th health section of the San Diego Union Tribune, one article […]

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Let’s start out with the definition of fatigue.  Fatigue is defined as weariness or exhaustion from labor, stress or exertion from exercise. James Wilson N.D., D.C., Ph.D, stated that “80% of adult Americans suffer from some level of adrenal fatigue at some time during their lifetime.  It remains one of the most under diagnosed illnesses […]

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Walking around the gym and working with clients there is a trend that I see.  Extra weight carried around the belly or people wanting to get the ripped “six pack” look are the typical gym client today.  What is the reason behind weight gain and why is it so hard to lose those extra pounds?

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