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Diet & Nutrition

Spy School: A Training and Diet Plan to Get as Fit as James Bond

Categories: Train

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A Double O has to be strong, fast, and athletic. We’ll have you ready for the spy academy in no time.

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Diet Math: A Simple Way to Calculate Macros and Calories for Your Goals

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Reaching your nutrition and diet goals doesn’t only require you to know how many calories to consume, you also need to know how many of which kind of calories to consume. Kinesiologist Brad Borland offers a simple formula for calculating your body’s needs.

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You Can Do Better 3: Improve Your Diet, Fitness and Health I.Q. Instantly

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All natural bodybuilder and kinesiologist Brad Borland gives us a another set of hints that take advantage of how the body works for smarter training and better health.

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GamerKitchen: Paleo Grilled Latin Steak

Categories: Learn, Train

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An incredibly healthy meal that doesn’t lack in flavor.

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The Perfect, Easy (and Healthy) Office Lunch

Categories: Earn, Learn

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Save money, time, and eat healthier. It tastes pretty darn good too.

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Wake Up with a New Routine: Prime, Stretch and Fuel Your Way to a Better Day

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Getting out of bed is tough no matter what time it is, why make that feeling last longer by not waking your muscles and nourishing your body? This fast routine will make the rest of your day feel better than those 10 extra minutes hitting snooze.

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Build Your Very Own Avengers Physique in Six Weeks

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Grow muscle, get stronger and lean-up with this complete six week exercise and diet plan from natural bodybuilder and kinesiologist Brad Borland.

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You Can Do Better 2: Improve Your Diet, Fitness and Health I.Q. Instantly

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All natural bodybuilder and kinesiologist Brad Borland gives us a second set of hints that take advantage of how the body works for smarter training and better health.

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Which Protein Bar Packs a Punch?

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Chalky. Cringe-worthy taste. We’ve all had bad bars. We sampled 4 popular options of protein bars and rated them on taste, texture, and nutrition so you don’t have to.

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The Chain Restaurant Is The Worst Deal in America & 4 Easy Ways to Stop Eating Out

Categories: Learn, Spend

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We’re not telling you anything new when we say we all eat out too much. The bill is always higher than estimated, and we feel stuffed to death after. We’ll prove to you it’s a bad deal, and give you 4 easy ways to wean you off the restaurant.

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You Can Do Better: Improve Your Diet, Fitness and Health I.Q. Instantly

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Did you know spices can increase the likelihood of sticking to a healthy diet? And that research has shown chocolate milk has an important role in your fitness plan? Natural bodybuilder and certified strength and conditioning specialist Brad Borland has more.

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Single Tasking: Your Fitness Life One Step at a Time

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You know why you’re not in better shape? Because the idea of going to the gym 5 times a week, eating chicken breasts twice a day, drinking protein shakes instead of soda, and getting up earlier to make it all happen is a really friggin’ daunting idea. Enter single-tasking.

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15 Hygiene Habits That You Shouldn’t Miss in Your Daily Routine

Categories: Learn

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Hygiene is one of those things everyone is expected to know but no one ever talks about, and there’s more to it than just wearing deodorant and rinsing with mouthwash.

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The Most Delicious Protein Shake I’ve Ever Made

Categories: Spend, The Field Manual, Train

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We found a protein shake that not only tastes good, we look forward to drinking it. Intrigued? We thought you’d be.

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100 Days of Fitness: Week 18 – Intermittent Fasting & Strength Test

Categories: Learn

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How long does it take to change your life? Follow author Robert Fure as he begins a 100 day trek to a fitter, healthier life by following this simple program. Today, we talk about intermittent fasting and testing your strength on the 100 Days of Fitness program.

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100 Days of Fitness: Week 14 – Meals, Snacks, & The Pocket Workout

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How long does it take to change your life? Follow author Robert Fure as he begins a 100 day trek to a fitter, healthier life by following this simple program. Today, we talk about snacks, meals, and a mobile workout on the 100 Days of Fitness program.

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100 Days of Fitness: Week 8 – Food Lies

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How long does it take to change your life? Follow author Robert Fure as he begins a 100 day trek to a fitter, healthier life by following this simple program. Today, we talk about food lies on the 100 Days of Fitness program.

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100 Days of Fitness: Week 2 – Nutrition

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How long does it take to change your life? Follow author Robert Fure as he begins a 100 day trek to a fitter, healthier life by following this simple program. Today, we talk about food and nutrition on the 100 Days of Fitness program.

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Five Myths About Vegetables

Categories: The Field Manual

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Vegetables have been credited with a lot of accomplishments, in their time. They are the boy scouts. The good guys. The foods that help your body stay healthy and fight off a variety of maladies. But are they all they’re cracked up to be? Was everything you learned in school or at your grandma’s house accurate?

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It Really Has Been A Big Fat Lie: An Interview With Gary Taubes on Saturated Fat, Cholesterol and Carbohydrates

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In 2002, science journalist Gary Taubes dared question the accepted ‘truth’ that fat made you fat and the human diet should focus on carbohydrates. Why carbs, when for tens of thousands of years our diets were composed of fatty meats and diseases of the heart and blood were absent? Our resident fitness expert took time with Taubes to get to the heart of the matter: what you should eat and why we’ve been lied to.

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Coffee Can Provide a Better Workout

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You’ve been using coffee for years to revive in the morning, but recent studies suggest it can also breathe life back into your workout.

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25 Ways to Have the Best 2010

Categories: Live

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Making good on that new year’s resolution to tone your body and prime your health doesn’t have to involve an expensive gym membership and a crazy amount of free time. Simply modify a few habits and add some simple exercises — even if they’re at your desk — into your busy day, and you’ll notice a major difference.

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Five Little Ways to Help You Maintain Your Weight

Categories: The Field Manual

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All the big, obvious methods for maintaining a healthy diet have been beaten into the ground and so, we’ve got some lesser-known, sneaky little tips for you.

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Five Simple Steps to Taking Control of Your Health Care Costs: A Doctor Weighs In

Categories: Learn, Spend, Train

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When we’re just starting out, setting money aside for health care costs is the last thing we think about doing with our paychecks. But just as the importance of your health is very real, so are the big numbers that come on the doctor’s bill. Get five inside tips from Dr. Erika Schwartz on making your health care costs easily manageable.

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