As part of a comprehensive approach to achieving and sustaining health that we provide, we assess, evaluate, and make recommendations for how to eat, supplement, and exercise properly. We incorporate the latest scientific findings into our assessment and recommendations to give you evidence-based information that not only is valid, but is applicable to you and your particular condition or situation. Evaluating and improving both your nutrition and exercise are the most important behaviors for your health.
In addition to dietary habits, we will also provide recommendations for high-quality dietary supplements that will make an important difference in your health status to address any nutrient deficiencies or particular interests that you have. This comprehensive, science-based approach sets us apart from other health advocates and gives you the comfort of knowing that we are making recommendations to optimally benefit your health and well-being.
We also rely on over 25 years of personal clinical research experience, and we will make recommendations based on our own published scientific discoveries wherever possible. Few other health advocates have the comprehensive, long-term experience of conducting clinical (human) research in nutrition, dietary supplements, and exercise that we do. Therefore, we give you the very best practical recommendations. Finally, we are here to answer all of your questions to give you the best opportunity to achieve your health goals. We want you to be healthy, and your satisfaction is of utmost importance to us.
Using a Weight Training Log
Demonstration and Description of Exercises
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Common Training Mistakes
Weight Training Adaptations
Benefits of Weight Training
Voluntary Muscular Activity
The General Adaptation
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