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Make Your Workout More Productive

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20
Sep
2012

By Eric Buratty | Published September 20, 2012             Whether you go to the gym by yourself or with a friend, hopefully you go to the gym with a purpose. And hopefully that purpose is enhanced with a correct attitude. If not, you are wasting your time. You must realize that your […]

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Make Your Nutrition and Workouts Consistent

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15
Sep
2012

By Eric Buratty | Published September 15, 2012 When it comes to making realistic goals, you are better off focusing on one at a time. Do you want to build muscle or burn fat? Keep in mind that your body will automatically burn more calories at rest with additional muscle tissue. Once you determine your goal, you […]

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The most important meal of the day . . . is NOT breakfast.

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31
Aug
2012

                                      By Eric Buratty | Published November 26, 2011 A widely known fact is that breakfast represents the most important meal of the day. Too bad this isn’t much of a fact.  I’ve realized that people who generally […]

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Stop Seeking the Path of Least Resistance

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15
Aug
2012

            By Eric Buratty | Published August 15, 2012 People find more ways to do less work that it’s not even funny. And they wonder why they have problems staying in shape or reaching their fitness goals faster. So you go to the gym and eat decent throughout the week. How much […]

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Objectivity – The Key to Long-Run Fitness Success

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22
Jul
2012

                        By Eric Buratty | Published July 22, 2012 An overlooked factor to achieving long-run fitness success goes beyond your workouts in the gym and even your daily nutrition. Your success starts with your ability to remain objective. This is because remaining objective involves important […]

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Stop Living to Eat, and Start Eating to Live

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15
Jul
2012

By Eric Buratty | Published July 15, 2012 Through good times and bad, relaxed or busy occasions, financially comfortable or stressed situations, there’s still one thing that everyone must do during the day to function properly. Everyone’s gotta eat, right? The only problem is, everyone lives such a dynamic life that they really don’t understand the […]

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Eat Foods That Do The Work For You, Part Two

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01
Jul
2012

By Eric Buratty | Published July 1, 2012 After understanding the importance of incorporating optimal nutrient quality and timing, I would like to exemplify how to do so. Although I did not provide a list of foods in part one, I did provide examples of foods that have a common theme: they are all examples of […]

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Eat Foods That Do The Work For You, Part One

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24
Jun
2012

By Eric Buratty | Published June 24, 2012   If you are reading this right now, chances are you care about your physical appearance to some extent. While nutrition is one of the most debated topics in health and fitness, I want to hopefully give you some concepts you may not have thought of before that […]

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Climb a Ladder

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12
Jun
2012

By Eric Buratty | Published June 12, 2012   The overwhelming theme of health and fitness goals is to be more lean and muscular or more toned and defined. However, three sets of 10 reps becomes extremely ineffective and boring after a while. A good way to make your workout time more effective is to approach […]

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Work From The Bottom Up

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05
Jun
2012

By Eric Buratty | Published June 5, 2012   Most folks at the gym like to prioritize their upper body. Even though this is better than doing nothing, this often leads to an uneven distribution of strength between upper and lower limbs. Believe it or not, executing lower body exercises actually facilitates upper body strength since lower […]

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