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tea

If you know me, you know I am a HUGE fan of tea! Believe it or not, tea is actually the second most consumed beverage in the world, only coming in second to water. According to archaeological evidence that has been found, it is estimated that people have making and drinking tea for over 500,000[…]

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Mobility training is something that a lot of people neglect to incorporate into their program, myself included until recently. Never heard of mobility training before? It’s a dynamic, active stretching routine that is used to increase flexibility and prepare the body for more intense movements. This is something that research is showing should be incorporated[…]

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If you asked someone about what insulin is, you would probably get an answer similar to “doesn’t it have something to do with blood sugar?” or “doesn’t that have to do with diabetes?” If you asked someone involved in the fitness community, you might get a more technical answer about uptake of sugar in the[…]

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stretching

Stretching is something that often gets put on the back burner when we hit the gym. The point of going to the gym is to lift and get your cardio in, right? WRONG! We all know stretching is important, but exactly how important is it? Honestly, the research on this subject has mixed results –[…]

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If you are following me on Instagram (@joey_g911) or following our ADO Fitness pages (@ado_fitness and @adofitnessmealprep) then you know we are ALL ABOUT those macro friendly treats! Whether you are preparing for a competition, on a cut, or reverse dieting, it is always good to have some savory and sweet snack ideas up your[…]

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On my last blog post we talked all things HIIT cardio, but we can’t forget about the importance of steady state cardio, too! Because HIIT is becoming so popular and burns a high amount of calories in a shorter time period, steady state cardio can sometimes get a bad wrap – but the truth is[…]

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High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is a popular method of cardio and it is something that I build into almost all of my clients training plans. Part of why HIIT is so popular and why it works for so many people is because it can be modified to anyone’s fitness level and can preformed anywhere[…]

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