Lifestyle | Derek Kuryliw - Part 3

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How to CRUSH your bullsht and CONQUER your goals

In my life I feel like self-improvement is the most important thing I can do on a routine basis to help maximize the effectiveness on my life and all my friends, family and clients around me. But it doesn’t just end there. There are so many components to self improvement. There’s physical, mental, spiritual, educational and so many other aspects of your life that you can improve. So how do you stay on track with one without pulling the attention[…]

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Top Transformation of 2016 (over 120 pounds lost!)

Face it, it’s tough to lose 10 pounds. It’s even tougher to lose 20 pounds. And it’s near impossible to lose any weight and KEEP IT OFF for any extended duration of time. Well, not if you do it the right way. If you start by focusing on making yourself healthier, fuel your body with the correct foods and exercise for mobility and stamina…then your side effect will be weight loss, stronger muscles and a healthier YOU! It’s only when[…]

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41 Reasons to Train Today

So as soon as a read this article on http://chrismccombs.net/41-reasons-to-train-today/ I knew you would like this and be able to draw inspiration from at least half of these 41 Reasons to Train Today. Now I will warn you, while on one hand Chris McCombs is one of the most inspirational people you’ve ever read, he also uses some serious profanity! If you are offended by profanity, I would recommend you blink really hard every few seconds to avoid reading something[…]

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IV Vitamin Therapy- What is it? Is it safe? Does it help?

Guest blog by Dr. Schlyer of Renuvia Medical Center who will be speaking at LiveFit November 12th at 7:40pm… Myers’ Cocktail Myers’ Cocktail is the most common nutritional IV therapy. It is an intravenous vitamin and mineral supplement developed more than 30 years ago by John Myers, MD, a Baltimore physician. This nutrient solution is comprised of a specially balanced combination of vitamins and minerals. Myers’ Cocktail is given intravenously to help a range of maladies and enhance energy.  The standard[…]

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Symptoms of Low Testosterone: Could You Have “Low T?”

Guest blog by Dr. Schlyer of Renuvia Medical Center who will be speaking at LiveFit November 12th at 7:40pm… Original blog found at http://drbhrt.com/press-news-symptoms-of-low-testosterone.html What is Low Testosterone? Low testosterone, often referred to as “low T” is real medical condition known as hypogonadism. It occurs when the body’s sex glands are unable to produce the normal amounts of testosterone due to a problem with the testicles or the pituitary gland that controls the testicles. Your testosterone level (T level) is considered low,[…]

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This might not be for you… (No one will ever know)

Sure good things might come to you but, more often than not you have to work for what you want. This is definitely the case with these four clients pictured. October 4th we had a prospective 2014 fitness, bikini and physique competitor meeting. 22 people showed up for the first meeting out of over 170 of our clients who were offered the opportunity. We told these eager eyes how hard it would be to stick to the diet, trust the[…]

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Your steps to a major transformation…

I wanted to share with you this morning a list that I worked on this weekend to help you be more successful in your quest of a happier and healthier life. Each week I feature a transformation story on my website of my most successful fitness and weight loss clients. These stories are so motivational because they are so relatable to so many people. This is so important and reassuring to realize that you are capable of a major transformation[…]

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The exercise effect on mood, depression and mental health

Evidence is mounting for the benefits of exercise, yet psychologists don’t often use exercise as part of their treatment arsenal. Here’s more research on why they should. By Kirsten Weir December 2011, Vol 42, No. 11 Print version: page 48 When Jennifer Carter, PhD, counsels patients, she often suggests they walk as they talk. “I work on a beautiful wooded campus,” says the counseling and sport psychologist at the Center for Balanced Living in Ohio. Strolling through a therapy session[…]

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