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Running in the street

Running, Why It Won’t Make You Thin…and What To Do About It.

By Coach Stephanie / May 29, 2018

Does Running Make You Thin? It might surprising to some to think of being a fat runner? At one time I thought running was the fastest way to get in shape. When my youngest son started school I thought it was time I got fit. Surely if I ran a marathon I would lose the […]

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Vitamin K2 - A Big Deal for Keto Athletes

Vitamin K2: Why is it a BIG DEAL for Keto Athletes?

By Coach Stephanie / May 18, 2018

Vitamin K2: Why is it a BIG DEAL for Keto Athletes? Did you know that Vitamin K2 is an important vitamin for endurance athletes? This is because it plays a role in insulin, hormones, and bone density. Vitamin K and Strong Bones Bone density is a concern for many athletes because it would ruin your […]

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Keto

Ketogenic diet for endurance athletes?

By Coach Stephanie / March 16, 2018

Ketogenic diet for endurance athletes? A ketogenic diet is a diet where the body uses ketones as the primary source for fuel. There are many other names for a ketogenic diet. Other names are fat adapted, keto adapted, ketogenic diet, low carb diet, low carb high fat (LCHF).  Regardless of the name, the process is […]

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Steak - Meat Heals

My Carnivore Diet Story

By Coach Stephanie / March 15, 2018

A Carnivore Success Story – Meat Heals Meat heals?  That is crazy talk, don’t we need vegetables?  I went on an experiment to find out.  I ate nothing but meat for 90 days and some interesting things happened.  Some more interesting things happened when I stopped eating meat.     My story about going on an […]

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Skinny on Skinny

Does being skinny mean you are healthy?

By Coach Stephanie / December 23, 2017

Does being skinny mean you are healthy?   Let’s get the skinny on getting skinny.   Do you want to be skinny?  We all choose to train, workout or exercise for many different reasons.  Some athletes believe thinner is better.  They agree with the Wallis Simpson quote,  “You can never be too rich or too […]

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