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How to draw motivation for a Great Workout

Posted On August 24th, 2017

Motivation is one of the essential tools required to be successful at working out. It is the intrinsic motivation required to push through the pain barrier. So it is essential to strengthen the inner self through regular hard work and efforts. There are various steps which need to be followed for increasing as well as […]

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Zucchini Spiralizer | Healthy Dinner Options

Posted On August 29th, 2016

If you are looking for ways to make your dinners healthier, then I would suggest substituting the breads, pastas and other starchy types of foods with vegetables. One of the best items we purchased was called a spiralizer and it is used to create noodles from vegetables. Here is a quick picture of what it […]

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What we can control | Portland Personal Trainer

Posted On August 18th, 2016

Even though you are working out and crushing in the personal training studio, everyone needs to be accountable for what they are putting in their mouth. It is the small changes that everyone needs to make in order to create those lasting results. When someone sees a person completely leaned out or is super ripped, they […]

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What is Eating Healthy

Posted On July 28th, 2016

Health practitioners are always saying, eat healthier, but what does that actually mean. Us Portland personal trainers here at The Art of Personal Training are going to give you three basic rules you can follow when you want to eat healthier, cleaner improve your overall food intake. You want to be able to identify the foods […]

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30 Day Paleo Challenge | Update

Posted On May 10th, 2015

So, I finished the 30 Day Paleo Challenge in support of my sister doing it all across the world in India. She told me she was doing it and that she liked the fact that it forced her to eat more fresh fruits and vegetables, but it also had some other components that helped her. […]

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2015 Diet Resolutions | Creating a Win-Win with your Food Plan

Posted On December 21st, 2014

2015 Diet Resolution Dieting is hard, and made even more challenging by eliminating things that we enjoy eating.  Many people try to cut out sugar or carbohydrates or fat entirely when trying to lose weight, in the hope that it will be enough to allow them to shed pounds and become healthier.  Unfortunately, restricting diet […]

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Portland Oregon Personal Trainer | The Diet | Food Intake Plan

Posted On November 2nd, 2014

There are a lot of different diet variations that have come and gone with the years.  The Atkins Diet gained fame about a decade ago by introducing the idea of cutting out carbs in order to lose weight.  People have been vegan or vegetarian for decades now, and recently the paleo diet has been making […]

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Sugar Addiction | Portland Personal Trainer

Posted On February 25th, 2014

Are you having a challenging time kicking the sugar habit? Do you find yourself needed or craving some sugar even after a healthy meal? Hopefully this will offer you some helpful information to help start your way to a less sugar eating food plan. Ever wonder why it’s so hard to resist that second cookie, […]

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Portland Personal Trainer | Spot Reduction | Reducing That Fatty Area

Posted On January 24th, 2014

As a Portland personal trainer I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had a client tell me they want to Lose fat or tone up a certain area of they’re body. This is called “spot training” and unfortunately, it doesn’t work. When you lose weight, you can’t choose the area in which the reduction will occur. […]

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Personal Trainer Portland Oregon | What Is Eating Clean | Dieting Healthy

Posted On November 8th, 2013

To live a healthy lifestyle, people are encouraged to stay active and eat clean, but how can you eat clean if you don’t know what that means?  The same goes for when you hear about the latest exercise move that will torch fat, but you don’t know how to do it. Researching and understanding health […]

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