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Workout Tips for Busy Moms | Evolution Nutrition

If you’ve ever felt like life pulls you in a thousand directions, and the last thing you can fit is regular exercise, don’t worry.  Today, we’ll take a look at three actionable workout tips to ensure more consistent and more efficient training.

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What is the Paleo Diet? The Truth About Paleo | Evolution Nutrition

Tens of thousands of years ago, before agriculture and McDonalds, humans thrived as hunter-gatherers. The diet of the ancient human consisted of mainly meat, fish, and certain fruits and vegetables.  Since the discovery of agriculture, the average diet branched out and began to include more grains, beans, dairy, and potatoes.

For a long time since then, this diverse way of eating was the norm. But one paper published in 1985 by Boyd Eaton and Melvin Konner changed the perception of nutrition for many. 

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The Top 8 Things You may Not Know About Protein

You’ve seen protein powders, bars, shakes and even protein-enhanced chips, crackers, and cookies in abundance on grocery store shelves. Clearly, the demand is there. But with so many myths and misconceptions surrounding the macronutrient, it's often hard to know whether buying any of the enhanced products is truly necessary in order to add even more protein to your diet.

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For Your Best Health, the Mediterranean Diet Ranks #1

Healthiest Way to Eat
With new diet trends constantly popping up, finding the healthiest way to eat may seem like an elusive hunt. However, the latest diet fad might not be worth the effort: the recently released 2019 rankings by the U.S. News & World Report state that the top diet to improve overall health and protect against chronic diseases is the ever-enduring Mediterranean diet.

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Increase Client Accountability

One of the hardest aspects of training clients online is holding them accountable to their workouts and motivating them from afar. With in-person training, this can even sometimes be a struggle, even when you are seeing your clients face-to-face! The way I look at it with my in-person clients, is that I have a one hour session with them to get in their head, try to connect with them, and figure them out, so I can figure out which of my motivation techniques to use on them. (I have a whole bag of tricks!)

Finding a Way to Increase Client Accountability

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Start a Personal Training Business

You're skeptical about this new "online personal training" idea. Well, we're here to tell you that the benefits of an online personal trainer vastly outweigh the disadvantages. With upsides like the cost-effectiveness and real, trackable results, there's no reason why you shouldn't give it a shot! Here are a few more advantages, listed in detail, on why all those busy people who say they don't have time to go to the gym, should stop complaining and get themselves matched up with an online personal trainer.

Workout on your own schedule

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4 Steps to Starting a Personal Training Business

The business of personal training can be an exciting path to walk down, but like any other business, proper planning is a must to make it a success. For a client base to trust you it is important that you come across as professional as possible, and that you have done your due diligence on the basics of starting and running a business.

Here are 4 key steps to starting your personal training business:

Step 1: Get Certified

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Hydration & Its Affect On Your Clients’ Fitness Goals

In your mission to help your clients with their fitness goals, be it fat loss or building quality muscle, the nutrition tips you mostly focus on are about food. This is understandable since most nutritional education is about consuming enough protein, fats, carbs at the optimal time to support their fitness goals.

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Pre and Post Workout Nutrition

The meals you have before and after exercising are the most important meals of your day. First things first--focus on getting rid of nutrient deficiencies, making sure your portions are the proper size, and eating correctly for your body type and amount of physical activity. Carbohydrates are the most important foods to eat surrounding your exercise (before, during, and after) to maximize the maintenance of your blood glucose levels with moderate protein for support.

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