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Too Much Exercise can Hamper Weight Loss

When it comes to weight loss, common practice is to combine exercise and diet to achieve weight loss goals.  However, many people may believe that exercise allows them to consume more calories.  Some also believe that exercise alone will promote weight loss. Researchers have found that exercise alone will not necessarily aid in weight loss. ... read more

Exercise Proven to Reduce Risk of at least 13 Cancer Types

It comes as no surprise that exercise can help to lower the risk of certain diseases such as heart disease and diabetes. However, a new study shows that exercise can also help lower the risk of getting cancer. Exercise can lower the risk of many different types of cancer, but did not affect or heightened ... read more

Could 10 Minutes of Intense Exercise be all you need?

Few people can deny the importance of exercise to overall health. However, when it comes to intensity, there are differing schools of thought as to which is best. One study seeks to determine if shorter, intense workouts are more beneficial than longer, moderate workouts. In a sophisticated new study of interval training, results indicate that ... read more

Brain Scans Show Exercise Benefits

There is little doubt that exercise is good for you. It has both physical and mental boosts to a person’s body and mind. A new imaging study hopes to solve exactly how exercise provides this important benefit. In an imaging study conducted by scientists at the University of California, Davis Health system, it was discovered ... read more

The Painful Realities of Weight Cycling

When it comes to weight loss, one of the biggest challenges is keeping the weight off once lost. Many dieters report gaining the weight back after reaching their goal weight. Some report gaining back more weight than they lost. It is a process called “cycling.” Joanne Huang and her colleagues conducted a study in which ... read more

Doctors Prescribe Exercise instead of Medication

Chronic health problems sometimes require prescription medications to manage them. However, some doctors are prescribing a tried-and-true remedy that is age old. Doctors are prescribing exercise rather than medication more than ever. Doctors are beginning to prescribe exercise for the treatment of chronic health conditions instead of medication. They encourage their patients to think of ... read more

Personal Connection Important when Choosing a Trainer

There are many things to consider when thinking about hiring a personal trainer. Goals, expectations, and method of training are certainly important considerations. However, the most important consideration should be whether or not a personal connection exists and if you and your trainer can come together in a way that is motivating and inspiring. Paul ... read more

Child Obesity Leading to Early Strokes

Strokes are normally something that is thought of as striking the elderly. However, like heart attacks, they have been known to strike those who are younger. In fact, there is evidence that strokes are becoming more common among younger populations. 43-year-old Troy Hodge of Carrol County, Md likes to call himself ‘new stroke.’ Two years ... read more

Diet is More Important than Exercise

When it comes to weight loss, common wisdom indicates that diet and exercise are probably the best combination when it comes to achieving your goals. However, the differing camps of which is the most important in the struggle have been at odds for decades. Changing your diet can have a bigger effect on your weight ... read more

Try Cooking at Home to Lose Weight

It’s no secret that when it comes to losing any excess weight that you may carry that the best way to go about it is to eat less. However, in our busy lives, we often rely on restaurants and fast food locations to serve many of our daily meals. That can be the mistake that ... read more

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I am not a doctor or a dietician. The information I provide is based on my personal experience, certification studies via American Council Of Exercise, Crossfit Kettlebell, Functional Diagnostic Nutrition and my experience as a Fitness Specialist & Holistic Lifestyle Coach.

Any recommendations I may make about fitness workouts should be spoken about with your doctor. Holistic lifestyle approaches such as supplements, fasting, cold therapy, breath work, meditation, and information provided and/or products purchased for you during our session or at https://www.franktortorici.com, should also be discussed between you and your doctor. Please note that before starting any fitness or holistic lifestyle program your doctor should be made aware.