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Whitney Garrah

Owner/Director Taylored Training Fitness BAH (Sociology), FIS, PTS, Precision Nutrition Level 1, ISSA Fitness Nutrition Specialist

Shoulder pain and what you need to know!

Problem: Shoulder Impingement   Shoulder impingement (often called rotator cuff impingement) is a broad term that describes a number of possible conditions at the shoulder.   Because of this, shoulder impingement can look different for each person both in terms of symptoms experienced and treatment necessary.   Generally speaking, shoulder ...

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How to keep motivated when you’ve fallen off the fitness wagon.

As a veteran fitness coach of over 20 years this is probably the question that is both asked of me and intrigues me the most when it comes to fitness. We have many members who have trained with us for multiple years and now commit 2 or more times a ...

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Our Intermittent Fasting Mini-Course

Are you curious about intermittent fasting?   Are you frustrated with your weight loss results?   Do you feel like you are struggling and are game for trying a fresh new approach?   Join us for our FREE week long mini-course and introduction to the world of intermittent fasting!   ...

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Coach Janine’s Lemongrass Pork Meatballs

This recipe is DELISH and pretty simple! It features your choice of quinoa, rice or zucchini noodles topped with quick pickled carrots, herbs, peanuts, and easy lemongrass pork meatballs, all covered with spicy mayo. FYI Sometimes I use 1/2 ground pork and 1/2 ground beef. INGREDIENTS quick pickled carrots 1/2 cup rice ...

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Coach Vanessa is training for her next big event!

After training for a fitness show, then strong man competitions then powerlifting competitions, I am now training for my next big event in September – the birth of my first child! While I was so excited to learn about my pregnancy and we have successfully trained numerous Moms to be ...

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Lose weight and improve you brain health

Could there be one more reason to start eating a better diet? The latest research is saying a resounding, yes! A new study published in Neurology suggests that people who eat healthy diets may have larger brain volumes. The study asked more than 4,000 older people in the Netherlands (average age: 66) ...

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How to Improve your Balance

Have you ever caught yourself before taking a fall on a patch of ice on a Canadian winter day? I think we all have. Our balance is something that most of us are born with and develop in the first few years of life.  As kids, we learn through trial ...

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How to Treat and Prevent Golf and Tennis Elbow

  What is it? An overuse injury that leads to pain on the inside (golfer’s) or outside (tennis) of the elbow. The medical name for golfer’s elbow is medial epicondylitis, and tennis elbow is lateral epicondylitis. The medial and lateral epicondyles are the bony prominences on the either side of ...

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Let’s talk about animal protein

Will eating meat clog your arteries, cause cancer and type 2 diabetes, and make you gain weight?   Or, will it help you prevent disease, improve your strength and ability to build muscle and keep you lean and fit for a life-time?   We get it. Nutrition can be terribly ...

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