If it feels like you’re fighting a losing battle, it’s probably because you are — and that’s okay!
Sometimes it’s not what you eat, but how much you eat.
Utilizing an economists principle for fitness can fuel your growth…get the double meanings?
About midway through January of 2014, I made an important and life-changing decision to get healthy. I realized that I was tired. Tired of feeling uncomfortable in my clothes. Tired of feeling like the biggest person in the room, and most of all, tired of feeling like my weight was […]
My name is Georgia Duncan, I’m a wife and mother of two, and this is my story on how I lost 120lbs. I had an unexpected pregnancy when I was very young and found myself turning to food for comfort as I entered this new phase of life. After the […]
My name is Joseph DeLuca; I am 40 years old and from Torrington, CT. I have served 16 ½ years in the United States Army and CT Army National Guard, and for as long as I could remember always seemed to battle my weight. I have always been a person […]
My weight loss has taken over a half a decade. After a few failed attempts I am now celebrating my two year “fitaversary” and my big goal is to compete in a physique competition before my 40th birthday. I get asked quite often how I did it – what the […]
I wasn’t always overweight. I started gaining weight around the 4th grade, and slowly it started to get out of control. I was always raised around food, and it was always second nature to eat. When I got into young adulthood, my eating habits got really bad. I would spend […]
A common adage is that body composition is 80% diet and 20% gym. The majority of results are attributable to diet, yet it is very challenging to consistently follow a nutritional program that leads to the results we want – especially while balancing a job or school and still having […]