Category: Nutrition

Transformation: Caroline’s Success Story

February 2017

Transformation Goals: Caroline first began working with us in the middle of October 2016. She’s 19 years old and her primary goal was/is to lose body fat and lead a healthier overall lifestyle. We started her on basic nutrition guidelines, such as consuming more protein and more vegetables and fruits. Now, being a college student…

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SWIS 2016 -Society of Weight-Training Injury Specialists

October 2016

Society of Weight-Training Injury Specialists This past weekend we had the privilege of attending the SWIS (Society of Weightlifting and Injury-Prevention Specialists) Symposium in Toronto. This symposium brought hundreds of personal trainers, chiropractors, massage therapists, nutritionists, strength and conditioning coaches, powerlifters, bodybuilders, gym owners, industry thought leaders, and key influencers together for a three days…

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What’s going on at ASI ?

June 2016

Congratulations to ASI athletes Alan Clothier who’s heading to Appalachia State to wrestle and Anthony Harvey, Jr. who’s heading to Newman University to play basketball. The trick to eating more veggies is to cook in bulk and season and prepare them in such a way that you don’t mind eating them. These are roasted brussel…

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Congrats to Our ASI Athletes!

April 2016

Congratulations to Emily. We’re super proud of one of our athletes, Free State High junior Emily Venters. She took second place in the 3,200m and finished in 10:39.92 at the Kansas Relays this past weekend. With this time she also broke her personal best by about 12 seconds. Her run also ranked 11th in state history.”…

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RDA: Are You Getting Enough Basic Vitamins & Minerals?

April 2016

The typical American diet is full of processed “foods” that are high in refined flours, refined oils, sugar, etc. These “foods” more resemble “food-like products” and are high in calories with little, to no, nutrient value. Moreover, a diet rich in processed foods actually promotes disease.  The modern American diet does not contain enough vitamins…

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Are You Eating Right for Your Body Type?

March 2016

William H. Sheldon, PhD, MD, developed the term “somatotype” – which refers to someone’s body type – in the 1940s. Many nutritionists, exercise physiologists, and doctors use the concept of body types to design effective training and nutrition programs for both fat loss, and to improve athletic performance. A person’s body type generally describes their body…

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