Monthly Archives for November 2013

Chunky Turkey and Rice Soup

Chunky Turkey and Rice Soup If you are looking for a light meal for the day after Thanksgiving that will also help you use up some of your leftover turkey and veggies, look no further.  This soup is super easy to make and will leave your tummy satisfied.  Enjoy!  Ingredients 2 tsp olive oil 1 […]

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Personal Trainer’s Top 5 Reasons to Start Using Battle Ropes Today!

Top 5 Reasons to Start Using Battle Ropes Today! Battle ropes are a hot topic these days in the training and personal training field. It’s not a fad, battle ropes are a very effective way of training. Here are the top 5 reasons you should consider adding battle ropes to your workout regimen.   Personal […]

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Cherry Hill Personal Trainer Quick Tip: How Do You Know If You’re Losing Fat?

  Cherry Hill Personal Trainer Quick Tip How Do You Know If You’re Losing Fat? Almost everyone would like to lose some weight, but is it the number on the scale you want to lose or body fat? How do you know if you’re actually losing body fat? Cherry Hill Personal Trainer Tip #1 You’re […]

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Cherry Hill Personal Trainer’s 5 Tips For Leading a Healthier Lifestyle

  5 Small Changes You Can Make to Lead a Healthier Lifestyle     Have you ever sat and thought–I can’t lose weight or get fit or change my life because it’s too hard or takes too much time? We’ve all had those thoughts, but did you know, small changes do make a difference! Small […]

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Crockpot Turkey and Three Bean Chili

Crockpot Turkey and Three Bean Chili I made this recipe the other day and it turned out so good that I had to share it with you all.  Just a warning though, this recipe makes A LOT of chili! However, it freezes incredibly well, so I suggest making up some pre-packaged portions and you have […]

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Personal Trainer Discusses the Common Cold: What is it, How to Avoid it and Where Exercise Fits in

  The Common Cold: What is it, How to Avoid it, and Where Exercise Fits In   Explaining the Common Cold and how it is Transmitted   The common cold is the most frequent illness you will have during your lifetime.  More than 200 different viruses cause colds.  Rhinoviruses and coronaviruses are to blame 25 […]

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Personal Trainer Quick Tip! How Stretching Relates to Performance

Personal Trainer Quick Tip! When and How You Stretch Can Determine Performance! To stretch or not to stretch pre-workout that is the question. There are two main types of stretching, static and dynamic. Static stretching, Holding a stretch for 20-30 seconds per muscle group (Ex. touching toes for hamstrings), is what most people are familiar […]

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Personal Trainer Quick Tip! The Importance of Mineral Consumption: Selenium and Iron

Importance of Mineral Consumption! Selenium and Iron Selenium Selenium is essential for promotion of growth, anti-aging, anti-cancerous, cure of dermatitis, assists the function of vitamin E, increase and strengthening of semen, recovery of eyesight. Deficiencies: Can cause circulatory problems, increased blood cholesterol, and loss of energy. Selenium Rich Foods: Brazil nuts, oysters, tuna, whole wheat […]

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Cherry Hill Personal Trainer’s Top 10 Reasons to Increase Water Consumption

Top 10 Reasons You Should Start Drinking More Water Today! We have all been told at some time or another to consume more water. It’s good for you they say, but what does that exactly mean? We’re going to dive deeper into what really makes water so beneficial  Personal Trainer Reason #1: Body Composition  Your […]

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Healthier Paella with chicken, leeks and tarragon

Personal Trainer’s Healthier Paella with chicken, leeks and tarragon Paella is a Spanish dish that combines saffron-flavored rice, garlic, onions, peas, tomatoes, and meat or shellfish.  In this version, tarragon is substituted for saffron and chicken stands in for spicy chorizo sausage.  This is a fantastic meal to make for a crowd and will be […]

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