Nutrition


We are right smack in the middle of the holiday season with increased time requirements and food temptations. Every year for the past 3 decades, Americans have gained weight.  It is easy to eat badly and skip workouts. In fact, two studies drive home the problem of holiday weight gain. Research by the USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging revealed that 51% of annual weight gain occurs during the holiday season. Winter weight...

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written by: “The Colonel” Brian Sulc   Forty isn’t old at all and there’s no reason why, beyond some severe medical condition or untreated injury, you can’t turn your fitness and physique around with the right approach. Physically, you still have the capacity to build muscle and to change your shape using strength training and muscle gain. Research reveals that a new breed of motivated mid-life-crisis contenders are...

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written by: “The Colonel” Brian Sulc   I have been getting some questions from the troops about diet and energy which boils down to a question on blood sugar (glucose). Your body stores about an active day’s worth of glucose in your blood stream. In the average male this is about 1,500 calories and about 1,000 in a woman. You burn this first when you burn calories. And you refill this first when you eat. And if you...

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