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Avoiding Stretch Marks

Avoiding Stretch Marks

Health October 11, 2013

by Keila Chaliotis, Staff Writer Just like the name implies, stretch marks are caused when your skin is stretched past its normal boundaries. This is something that is proceeds from excessive weight gain in a short amount of time. Usually, they are noticeable in long red, purple, or pink... Read more
Bodybuilding For Women

Bodybuilding For Women

Fitness September 4, 2013

by Keila Chaliotis, Staff Writer Did you know that men and women belong to the same species? You did not? Well, it is true! We all belong to the species category of Homo sapians that have the same physiological touch-ups, especially when it comes to strength training. Although, we... Read more
Lean or Bulky Muscles?
by Keila Chaliotis, Staff Writer Ok, let’s talk about the differences of big muscles and lean muscles. Keep in mind that to stay lean we need muscle, but when we talk about long-term health goals and fitness in the long run, we need to know the difference between these... Read more
Choosing The Right Workout
by Keila Chaliotis, Staff Writer In this new era of fitness programs we are starting to see more and more fitness studios pop up worldwide. Giving the public a variety of workouts to choose from. But, there is something wrong, you can not seem to figure out which workouts... Read more
The Reverse Pyramid Training Philosophy

One of the most common questions I get regularly when working with clients is should I train low volume and heavy weight or high volume and light weight? The question is reasonable because that has been the gold standard of bodybuilding for a long time…

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Change up your workouts for fitness and fun

It’s so important to switch up your workouts. It’s easy to forget or get comfortable with certain lifts and continue to do the same things day in and day out at the gym…

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