How to Buy Milk

* Photo credit: https://www.organicvalley.coop/products/milk/grassmilk/whole-grassmilk-non-homogenized-pasteurized-half-gallon/How To Buy MilkChoosing the right milk can be daunting with so many options out there. Organic, conventional, grass-fed, raw, pasteurized,...

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UNLOCKING YOUR ELITE: BETTER INPUT FOR BETTER OUTPUT

See what you missed from our talk at the Best of San Diego Event: New Year New You. If you did have the chance, thank you so much for taking the time to hear us speak! Hopefully you learned a thing or two. Below you will find the talk, THREE input drills you can begin...

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How to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain

It’s that time of year again! Visions of sugar plums, Christmas ham, festive cocktails and figgy pudding dancing our heads. While the most wonderful time may also be the most delicious, what’s not so merry is what it can do to our waistlines. One study, published in...

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Beat The Winter Blues

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) commonly and affectionately known as “the winter blutes” affects as many as 20% of Americans each year. SAD is a type of depression that's related to changes in seasons. If you're like most people with SAD, your symptoms start in the...

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My Vegan Experience

I love food. Love it. Eating food. Cooking food. Watching movies about food. I’m an addict. Food has always played a very important, and very major role in myself. As an athlete, I’m conscious of what I put in my body to help me move and feel better. As a food...

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The Ultimate Happy and Healthy Thanksgiving Side

Cranberry sauce is synonymous with Thanksgiving. Yet too many tables opt for the canned variety leaving many running for cranberry cover rather than reveling in the free radical fighting potential the homemade version can have. The tart stuff is packed with an...

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Athlete Spotlight – Mike Lemaire

Glory Kickboxing and Muay Thai World Champion, Mike Lemaire makes this edition’s athlete’s spotlight. Mike didn’t earn the title of “The French Rock” on accident. Seven years ago, he uprooted himself from Paris, France to San Diego to train under the best. Since then...

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The Do’s & Don’ts of The Bench Press

*Coreyjenkinsphoto.com One of the most common exercises in weight training, the Bench Press could be key in developing a strong chest, beneficial to any athlete. Whether you're trying to max out, gain mass or maintain and develop powerful muscle, 3in1 has got you...

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Rethinking Your Warm-Up

If you’re guilty of running laps as a warm-up please stand up! Stop jogging laps immediately. ESPECIALLY if you plan on staying injury free during practice or a game. A proper warm up is vital to your performance. Whether you are pounding weights in the gym, working...

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How to Handle Disputes with Teammates and Coaches

Conflicts with teammates and coaches happens to almost all athletes. It’s often difficult to handle criticism, especially in common disputes about a specific play. It’s even more common, that athletes struggle with resolving disputes, and for some, it depends on who...

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Be An Egghead for Performance Gains

Eggs are a go to in many pro athletes diets with good reason: They provide an excellent and extremely absorbable amount of protein, contain amino acids helpful for repairing and rebuilding muscles, are easily transportable making them a great pre or post workout...

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Three Reasons to Fuel Your Performance with Dates

Fuel Your Performance with Dates Love dates? We do too! Not only are they a natural source of sugar which is processed differently by the body than harmful processed sugars, but they are an amazing food for athletes. Fuel Your Performance with dates for: 1️⃣Quick...

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3 in 1 Athlete Spotlight – Taimur Harris

Ever played Madden? Ever played for Madden? 3 in 1 Elite’s most recent addition to the roster, Taimur Harris, may know a thing or two about that. Taimur was recently scouted to be one of the motion capture models for the EA Sport’s most recent addition of Madden...

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The Two-a-Day Practice Bag Essentials

Two-A-Days, or, hell week as many not-so-affectionately call them, are upon us. Coaches hold practice twice in a day typically at the beginning of fall, but are sometimes done on a daily basis for some teams. As the name may imply it is often hellish and grueling as...

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Top FIVE Summer Fruits That Will Fuel Your Performance

While 3 in 1 Elite encourages shopping your local farmers market year round, there is something about summer that is synonymous with fresh fruit. From watermelon to apricots to cherries and beyond, summer fruits are delicious and packed with nutrients to help fuel...

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Eggs and how to buy them! Scrambled Egg Recipe Below!

Who doesn't love eggs?! And if you don't, you do not know what you are missing! A medium size eggs hold up to only about 60 calories, carries about 6 grams of protein and its protein bioavailability is top-rated at 94!  They are one of the few foods containing...

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The History of Fat

TRUTH: Fat doesn't necessarily make you fat. Check out our previous article on fat and it's role in the human body. The good fats are essential for a healthy brain and to facilitate crucial metabolic functions in the body. A single study from the 1950’s was...

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Improve Your 40 Yard Dash Time in Minutes

Combine testing is right around the corner.  Think sprint mechanics, strength and conditioning is all you need to improve that 40-yard dash time?  Think again.  Seventy to ninety percent of an athlete's sensory input is received...

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Fat- It’s Role In The Human Body

Fat calories and where they come from Now, you are probably at the point of wondering, what fat does and what is it exactly? Energy Fat is one of our three essential macronutrients also weighing in at the most energy dense 9 kcal per 1 gram. Meaning they can keep us...

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Up Your Golf Swing Game In Minutes

Improving Your Golf Swing tip from Brain Based Golf Performance Coach - Joe Locascio who also works with juniors at Future Champions of Golf Your brain organ controls every aspect of life by receiving and integrating input to produce output. The...

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Beetroots Enhance Athletic Performance & Endurance

Beetroots enhance athletic performance and endurance The nitrate in beetroot juice may be the promising ingredient that improves performance. The body converts inorganic nitrate (found in high levels in beets as well as most green leafy vegetables) into bioactive...

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Amazing Inspiration from Vlad and Being Able To Stand!

Meet Vlad An amazing and inspirational, individual who suffers from Friedreich's Ataxia - Friedreich's ataxia (also called FA or FRDA) is a rare inherited disease that causes nervous system damage and movement problems. In Friedreich’s ataxia the spinal cord and...

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#BeFirst App to Enhance Performance | Alleviate Pain

Believe it or not, your body's ability to react directly effects it's capacity to handle stress.  If we think in the context of evolution, quick reaction time meant quicker elusion of threat and danger.  Quicker elusion of danger meant a higher level of awareness or...

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Threat Bucket & How to Reduce Stress

Time for a  little vocab lesson. Allostatic (say it with me – Al – Oh -Stat-Ick) Load – the wear and tear on the body which grows greater as we become exposed to repeated or chronic stress. Allostasis is the the process by which the body responds to stressors in order...

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Stairmaster vs. Stationary Bike

Need your cardio fix, but not sure whether the stationary bike or stairmaster is the better bet? Both the exercise bike and stair stepper offer cardiovascular benefits, but multiple factors may send you stepping or pedaling depending on what your body needs. Choosing...

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Healthy snacks and foods for the superbowl

3 in 1 has taken the time to research the healthiest snack and foods for the Superbowl. First things first, how bad are our eating habits during Superbowl? On average, according to the U.S. Calorie Control Council, Americans pack away 11 million pounds of chips...

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Hyperbaric oxygen therapy

The air we breathe at sea level consists of 21% oxygen, 78% Nitrogen and 1% of other gases. This therapy promptly delivers 100% oxygen! What does that do to the human body?Increases healing by promoting growth of new blood vesselsDecreases swelling and...

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Does muscle soreness indicate a good workout?

3 in 1 Elite Athlete & World Champion Glory Fighter Mike Lemaire From our friends at BodyBuilding.com  The reality is that soreness is a very poor indicator if muscle growth is occuring. If you worked at a level that demonstrates overload you will cause muscle...

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Quick breakfast ideas from fooducate

Cereal with milk is the de-facto American breakfast in a majority of households. it’s easy to prepare, fast, and, combined with milk, provides a supposedly nutritious start to the day. However, most cereals tend to be high in added sugars (3 teaspoons per...

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Carbohydrates enhancing motor performance 

Carbohydrate in the mouth enhances activation of brain circuitry involved in motor performance and sensory perception.AuthorsTurner CE, et al. Show allAbstract:The presence of carbohydrate in the human mouth has been associated with the facilitation of motor...

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Removing gallstones naturally

REMOVING GALLSTONES NATURALLY...By: Dr. Lai Chiu NanIt has worked for many. If it works for you please pass on the good news. Dr. Lai is not charging for it, so we should make it free for everyone. Your reward is when someone, through your word of mouth, benefits from...

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IT Band pain and why not to foam roll

Foam rolling the IT Band will cause more damage or aggravation. The vastus lateralis (member of the quadriceps group), which resides largely underneath the IT band, could actually derive the most benefit from foam rolling directly on top of the IT Band. However, what...

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what kind of exercise routine tones muscles?

What Does It Mean To Tone?Before I discuss how to "tone" muscles, let's get one thing straight.. The size of the muscle can change, as can the amount of fat covering the muscle, but the overall 'shape' cannot. For the most part, muscles cannot be 'lengthened' or...

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SEYI AJIROTUTU catches a game-winning touchdown

U-T San Diego:  http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2013/nov/24/chargers-chiefs-nfl-game/KANSAS CITY — Seyi Ajirotutu stood on the visitor's sideline and heard the screams.This was Arrowhead Stadium, a venue fancied the NFL's loudest. Fans set a...

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Sugars… fructose vs sucrose

Fructose and sucrose both fall under the colloquial designation of sugars. Biochemically, they're both carbohydrates -- fructose is a monosaccharide and sucrose is a disaccharide, meaning that fructose is made of a single sugar unit, while...

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Coffee or an apple, what’s better for energy?

The age-old saying is true. "An apple a day keeps the doctor away." Research has found that apples contain many health-promoting benefits including: dental and mental health, anti-cancer properties, heart health, weight maintenance, immunity and metabolism.According...

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3 in 1 Athlete signed to the Chargers

NFL wide receiver Seyi Ajirotutu has been working hard this offseason as a free agent. In just 4 weeks, 3 in 1's science-based approach elevated Seyi even more as an overall pro-athelete. We utilized bio-engergetics, explosive work and myofibril strength training. We...

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6 EASY WAYS TO AVOID GMO’S

Awareness about the presence of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in the food supply is at an all-time high throughout America, thanks in large part to the Proposition 37 ballot initiative in California. But many people are now asking the question, "If...

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14 reasons to strength train

Energize Your Life with Strength Training Are you living the life you want to live? Is a decrease in your physical strength and energy getting in the way of enjoying your favorite activities? Regular cardiovascular exercise is a well-known way...

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Healthy foods to eat during ramadan

The holy month of Ramadan is here and I would like to give some insight on what our body needs for to get through the day. Fasting for 12 to 24 hours or more can lead to dizziness, fatigue and a lowering of metabolic rate as a means of conserving calories for...

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Health benefits of Yoga- Downward dog anyone?

"To keep the body in good health is a duty... otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear." Buddha 1) Increase of feel-good chemicals in the brain after just a 1-hour session. 27% more chemicals are released by doing Yoga then by just reading a...

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All About Kale

Kale is low in calories, high in fiber, has zero fat and is high in iron. Per calorie, kale has more iron than beef. Iron is essential for good health, such as the formation of hemoglobin and enzymes, transporting oxygen to various parts of the body, cell growth,...

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Post workout meal: what to eat & why!

Tired of working out like crazy and not seeing results? Maybe exercise is not the problem, nutrition is actually 50-80% of the battle! Let's learn what our bodies need post workout... Carb & Protein mix is essential! No fats, Why??Exercise breaks down our...

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7 health benefits of quinoa

1. Quinoa is one of the most protein-rich foods we can eat. It is a complete protein containing all nine essential amino acids.2. Quinoa contains almost twice as much fiber as most other grains. Fiber is most widely known to relieve constipation. It also...

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Professional Athlete Training

"TRUSt the science, Change the game" Our athletes receive full scientific support.. -Myofibril Hypertrophy Strength Training-Blood Lactate Profiling-Ph Level Testing -Injury Prevention-Kinetic Linking-Bio-energetics-Manipulating Type IIx Muscle Fibers-...

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Protein Consumption fact #2

Protein consumption is very misconstrued... we assume we need such high protein requirements but here are two reasons we only need 25-35 g/day. Harvey and Marilyn Diamond in Fit for Life, menition that, "the human body recycles 70 percent of its proteinaceous waste,"...

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Protein Consumption Fact#1

Did you know? Meat consumption leaves an acidic residue, and a diet of acid-forming foods requires the body to balance its pH by withdrawing calcium (an alkaline mineral) from the bones and teeth. So even if we consume sufficient calcium, a high-protein, meat-based...

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PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF EXERCISE

FACT #4 EFFECTS ON THE ENDOCRINE SYSTEM We focus so much on the external benefits of exercise but the internal benefits go far beyond simply shedding a few pounds! As we will always preach, exercise is the BEST FREE healthcare.Exercise can affect your endocrine system...

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dna testing to maximize results! 

3 in 1 Elite conducts DNA gene sequencing, testing 80-100 markers/genes! Click pictures to enhance We look at nutritional anthropology, genetic mutations for sports performance, potential injury's like ACL collagen strength, concussion susceptibility, ect. We work on...

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the Liberty Station Challenge 2013

Does your company or one within your network like to compete? Try the "Liberty Station Challenge". The 2013 Liberty Station Challenge is being hosted by Point Loma Sports Club and the Corky McMillin Companies to challenge our community to get...

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PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF EXERCISE

FACT #3 EFFECTS ON THE Musculo-skeletal SYSTEM We focus so much on the external benefits of exercise but the internal benefits go far beyond simply shedding a few pounds! As we will always preach, exercise is the BEST FREE healthcare.According to the National...

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Physiological effects of Exercise

Fact #2 Effects on the respiratory System We focus so much on the external benefits of exercise but the internal benefits go far beyond simply shedding a few pounds! As we will always preach, exercise is the BEST FREE healthcare.According to the University of Illinois...

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Physiological Effects of exercise 

Fact #1 effects on the Circulatory System We focus so much on the external benefits of exercise but the internal benefits go far beyond simply shedding a few pounds! As we will always preach, exercise is the BEST FREE healthcare.Exercise has a profound effect on your...

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Benefits of Boxing

Boxing is a phenomenal sport utilizing and improving all physical capacities such as strength, power, coordination & endurance (both aerobic & anaerobic). In addition, quickness, speed, calorie burning and stress relieving! This solidifies the reason to...

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Breathing & Exercise

Are you breathing during exercise?We always see people in the gym performing exercises without breathing.. If our muscle mass is 70% water and 88.9% water is oxygen, don't you think you should deliver oxygen to your muscles for maximum benefits?! Breathing While...

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Indicator to effective exercises #3: Heart Rate

When you exercise, your heart beats faster to meet the demand for more blood and oxygen by the muscles of the body. The more intense the activity, the faster your heart will beat. Therefore, monitoring your heart rate during exercise can be an excellent way to monitor...

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Indicator to effective exercise #2: Muscle Failure/Fatigue

Temporary muscle failure is when your body is physically incapable of lifting a limb to a fully contracted position. This is important to achieve when working out; really push your muscles and the result is hypertrophy. Try even doing partial reps, which employ...

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Indicator to effective exercise: Sweat

Are you SWEATING when you exercise?! Sweating is essentially cleansing your body. When we sweat, your body undergoes a series of processes that allow for the release of toxins and an increase in metabolism.What Is Sweat?Sweat is made up mostly of water but also...

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Joint stretches for running

  Photo Credit: www.CoreyJenkinsPhoto.comWhen we run, the joint areas involved are our hip, knee and ankle. at the hip: femur and pelvic girdle which form a ball and socket joint. at the knee: femur and tibia which form a hinge joint. at the ankle: tibia and...

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Heart Rate & Exercise

Your heart rate is an accurate assessment of how hard you are working during aerobic exercise. Aerobic exercise includes running, power walking, elliptical training, swimming, dancing and many other forms of exercise that you might know as cardiovascular training. As...

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Anytime Abs!

Time for ANYtime ABS! Anywhere, anyplace, no excuses!PlanksAre a great way to build endurance in both the abs and back, as well as the stabilizer muscles. This exercise can also build strength for pushups, which requires a level of core strength.How to:1. Lie...

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CAFFEINE AND EXERCISE PERFORMANCE

Caffeine and Exercise Performance  Caffeine may be the most widely used stimulant in the world. It is found in a variety of plants, dietary sources (including coffee, tea, chocolate, cocoa, and colas), and non-prescription medications. The average caffeine...

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New Year’s Resolution!

We wish each and every one of you a very healthy, happy New Year! Here are some interesting statistics..45% of Americans usually make New Year’s Resolutions17% of Americans infrequently make New Year’s Resolutions 38% of Americans absolutlely never make...

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Tips on keeping the “holiday” weight off!

So the holidays have began and so have the excuses! The average American gains 7 to 10 pounds between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Holiday season comes with great cheer, but it also comes with alcohol- and calorie-laden parties, sweet treats and busy travel...

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Principles of Muscle Gain- Tip #2 Drink Water!

Water is responsible or involved in almost all of our functionality within the human body! Increase your water, Increases your fat loss! Studies have shown 20% increases in metabolism after drinking 500 ml of ice cold water. Faster metabolism allows for increased...

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Myths of Creatine- The Tall Tail of Body Building

Now I for one, consumed creatine as an athlete and avid "gym-goer". I believed it would help me build muscle quicker. After taking exercise physiology in college, I understood creatine and how it is utilized in the human body. First of all, what is creatine? Creatine...

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Sports Drinks, Good or Bad?

 Sports drinks are one of the hottest beverage categories. PepsiCo owns Gatordade, the category leader, and Coca Cola owns Powerade.Invented decades ago to help college football athletes competing in very hot weather replenish lost electrolytes. Studies show...

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Principles of Muscle Gain! tip #1

Arnold Schwarzenegger was one of the greatest body builders of all-time and was Mr. Olympia seven times! He never skipped a meal and most importantly, breakfast! Skipping meals can slow down your metabolism; eating regularly and getting enough exercise can raise your...

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Elite clientele losing weight fast!

Congrats to Justin, in just 30 days:Lost 10 total poundsLost 10 lbs of fatDecreased body fat by 3%Brad is kicking butt, in 60 days: Lost 8 total pounds Lost 15.8 lbs of fat Gained 15 lbs of muscleDropped 6.5% body fatAlan's weight is the same in 30 days, buuutt the...

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Cancer and Exercise!

The American Cancer Society estimates that 1/3 of all cancer deaths in 2006 were related to nutrition, physical inactivity and/or obesity/overweight. Due to earlier detection and better treatment options, survival rates for individuals diagnosed with cancer continue...

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Sea Salt.. Good or Bad?

To salt or not to salt? That is the question. Sea salt is often an ingredient that generates a great deal of confusion, as many of us are led to believe that because sea salt is more natural than regular table salt, it must be healthier. However, Gina Crome, MPH,...

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Fresh vs. Frozen? WE have your answers!

Generally speaking, frozen veggies have the same amount of nutrients as fresh veggies, and sometimes they have even MORE.This is because frozen veggies are picked at their peak. They are then immediately blanched and frozen. Thus most of their vitamins and minerals...

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What’s in Muscle Milk? – The true facts!

Below is an article written by Fooducate- a very reliable source on nutrition. Here is the official link as well: http://blog.fooducate.com/2011/12/05/whats-in-muscle-milk/ We’ve been asked by Fooducate community members about Muscle Milk, a supplement that is popular...

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See this too often

Make sure you are completing 6-10 exercises with at least 2-3 sets of 10-15 repetitions, targeting all parts of the body.

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FREE 3 in 1 Elite Boot Camp!

FREE 3 in 1 Elite Boot Camp in Point Loma Saturday, August 18th at 11 AM | Fill out a 3 in 1 Elite Prospect Form to sign up! https://3in1elite.com/becoming-elite.html

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Obesity Statistic

More than 1/3 of US adults (35.7 percent) and almost 17 percent of children are obese. What are you going to do about it?

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