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The New Food Pyramid: Eat for Performance

The New Food Pyramid: Eat for Performance

I grew up in the 90s and the USDA’s food pyramid was hammered home as the way to eat healthy in every health class I ever took. The food pyramid recommended eating 6 to 11 servings of grains everyday. When the food pyramid was released in 1992, America’s obesity rate was 12.4%. The obesity rate… Continue Reading

Premeditated Fitness Free Online Resource Guide

Google Fitness, Nutrition, or Strength Training. How many results do you get? Hundreds of millions. Even more refined searches like “Police Fitness” or “Strength Training blogs” bring back millions of hits. I don’t know about you, but I never look past the first page of google results. The information you are seeking is out there,… Continue Reading

Warm-Ups: The Secret to Preventing Injuries

An effective warm up routine is great tool for preventing injuries. When it comes to exercise topics, discussing warming up is not a sexy topic. However having an effective warm up with targeted goals can prevent injury and better prepare you for your workout. Some days it can be tempting to skip warming up all… Continue Reading

Introduction to Macronutrients

We discussed the importance of eating real food and avoiding man-made junk. Improving the quality of your food sources by eating more real foods and less junk is the best thing you can do to improve your health and get better results. If you are still confused, this is a good guide for what to eat… Continue Reading

Beginner’s Guide to Eating Healthy

The saying “you are what you eat” could not be more true. If you are eating healthy, you will see results even if you aren’t on an ideal training program. Conversely, if you have found the perfect training program for your goals, but are eating a lot of junk, your results will suffer. A common… Continue Reading

Beginner Strength Training Programs for Law Enforcement

Last week I discussed why strength training should be the foundation of law enforcement physical training. Strength training is not the same thing as simply lifting weights. Strength training is also rarely discussed in popular fitness magazines and websites that emphasize body building for aesthetic results. In order to effectively and efficiently increase strength officers… Continue Reading

Beginner’s Fat Loss Guide

Fat loss is a common goal in most fitness plans. Many popular diets would have you believe that in order to lose fat you should eat 6 small meals a day, eat lots of “healthy” whole grains, and avoid eating fat at all costs. Likewise many popular fitness plans would have you target fat loss by… Continue Reading

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MEDICAL DISCLAIMER: I am not a doctor, dietitian, or personal trainer. Consult your doctor before starting any fitness or nutrition plan.