Archives: 2009 July

Fitness Goals That Matter Most

July 22nd, 2009, No Comments

Experts weigh in on eight benchmarks that are critical to conquer for healthy living. When 58-year-old Larry Durstine was younger, he could run four miles in 20 minutes–an impressive pace given that only elite runners tend to average sub-four-minute miles. But these days Durstine, who knows a thing or two about fitness since he’s chair [...]

The Dr. John Berardi, Ph.D., Interview – Part 1

July 20th, 2009, No Comments

One of my proudest moments was the day I received a letter from the American College of Sports Medicine letting me know that I had passed my Health and Fitness Specialist Certification. The American College of Sports Medicine is recognized nationally and world wide as the leader in health and fitness promotion, research and education. [...]

Learn How Diane Carbonell Lost 158 pounds

July 15th, 2009, No Comments

Meet: Diane Carbonell, Homemaker, age 44, weighs 146 lbs. When I first found out Diane had lost 158 pounds and kept it off for 12 years, I was beyond impressed. Then when she told me she had seven kids, I was blown away! She’s kept the weight off after all those pregnancies? Wow – that’s quite [...]

What Exactly Does a 6,190 Calorie Lunch Do to Your Body?

July 10th, 2009, No Comments

The Center for Science in the Public Interest recently caught the attention of ABC News with a list of some of the unhealthiest dishes from popular chain restaurants. They singled out a few particular gut-busting dishes — the sort of food found on the menu at franchises across the country. “These huge portion sizes can [...]

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