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Oct 05

Advocare Nutrition – Advocare Product of the week – Fiber Drink

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Advocare Product of the Week –
This goes right along with the Tip of the week. There are many days when you just can not seem to get the 25-35 grams of fiber that you know you should be getting. It would benefit you to take a good fiber supplement to help make sure you get your

Advocare's Fiber Drink has 10 grams of fiber

Advocare's Fiber Drink has 10 grams of fiber

daily needs. We recommend Advocare’s Fiber Drink.

Advocare’s Fiber Drink is rich in the fibers your body needs to work at its best.*
Each serving provides 10 grams of dietary fiber, helping you easily reach the recommended amount of 25-30 grams each day.
Each serving provides six grams of soluble fiber and four grams of insoluble fiber. Soluble fiber absorbs water in your stomach and intestines and provides a feeling of fullness that helps curb your appetite.* Soluble fiber can also help minimize the absorption of fats and sugars. Insoluble fiber does not absorb water, but rather moves quickly through your system, cleansing the digestive tract and eliminating waste as it goes.* Once your digestive tract is cleansed by the insoluble fibers in Fiber Drink, your body will be able to better absorb vitamins, minerals and nutrients, leading to better health.*
Fiber can also help maintain cholesterol levels that are already in the normal range directly by minimizing the absorption of lipids, and indirectly by helping you make better food choices.*
Finally, fiber plays a role in management of already healthy blood sugar levels by slowing the digestion and absorption of glucose.*
And Fiber Drink‘s two delicious, fruity flavors make getting your daily fiber easy.

For more information about Advocare’s Fiber Drink, CLICK HERE

Is this you?
Someone who does not consume the recommended daily amount of fiber
Someone looking for well-rounded health and wellness
Someone looking for a way to enhance your weight management
Someone who suffers from occasional constipation or diarrhea
Someone looking for an easy-to-digest fiber supplement that tastes great

How does the AdvoCare® Fruit & Fiber Bar compare with an apple?
How do AdvoCare® Meal Replacement Shakes compare with Shredded Wheat, Granola, Fiber One® and Pop-Tarts®?
What products should I discontinue taking when I’m using Herbal Cleanse?
What AdvoCare® products may help support gastrointestinal health?
What are the properties of soy protein? What AdvoCare® products contain soy protein?
What is the nutritional content of AdvoCare® bars in terms of calories, fat, sodium, carbohydrates, fiber, sugars and protein?

For more information about Advocare’s Fiber Drink, CLICK HERE

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*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Sep 28

Advocare Meal Replacement – Fitness and Weight Loss Boot Camp Product of the Week

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Advocare Meal Replacement Shakes – Fitness and Weight Loss Boot Camp Product of the Week

When you need to cut calories or you need a nutritious on-the-go meal, grab a Meal Replacement Shake from Advocare. grams of easily digestible protein, 26 vitamins and minerals and just 220 calories per serving, you’ll satisfy your rumbling tummy, feed your muscles with high-octane fuel and give your body wholesome nutrients for a healthier you.

Advocare Meal Replacement Shakes

Advocare Meal Replacement Shakes

Many people struggle with eating a healthy breakfast and breakfast is the most important meal of the day to get your metabolism going. We recommend the Advocare Meal Replacement Shakes because we have personally benefited from them and also have helped hundreds of people benefit from this product. The Advocare Meal Replacement Shakes have a 1:1 protein-to-carbohydrate ratio, which studies show supports weight loss and sustained energy. And since they’re loaded with 24

Meal Replacement Shakes also work great as part of the Metabolic Nutrition Systems (MNS ®). So great, in fact, that we’ve included a 14-day supply of them in each MNS Kit for a total weight management system that works fast.*

Is this you?
Someone who wants a nutritious meal on the go
Someone seeking a balanced, low-calorie meal for your diet and exercise program
Someone seeking to lose or maintain weight in a healthy manner
Someone who has limited gastric capacity or requires an easy-to-digest, light meal
Someone looking for an additional source of protein to supplement your diet

  1. How do AdvoCare® Meal Replacement Shakes compare with Raisin Bran, a bagel, two eggs or a medium sized apple?
  2. How do AdvoCare® Meal Replacement Shakes compare with Shredded Wheat, Granola, Fiber One® and Pop-Tarts®?
  3. What effects do AdvoCare® Meal Replacement Shakes have on blood sugar levels?

Advcare Meal Replacement Shakes

  • Available in Chocolate, Vanilla and Berry
  • Offered in pouches
  • 24 grams of protein
  • 5-6 grams of fiber
  • 26 vitamins and minerals and only 220 calories
  • Contains 50% of the daily value of calcium
  • Try it with a Metabolic Nutrition System (MNS®) for amazing results*

*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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If you live or work in Dallas, Uptown, Lakewood, Downtown Dallas, Highland Park, University Park, Lake Highlands, White Rock Lake, Richardson, Mesquite, Arlington, Grand Prairie and other Dallas cities, the Dallas Boot Camp is minutes away from you. If you live or work in  Coppell, Valley Ranch, Irving, Lewisville, Las Colinas, Carrollton, Flower Mound, Grapevine, Addison, Corinth, Highland Village, Dallas, and Famers Branch, the Coppell Boot Camps are just minutes away from you. Get You In Shape Boot Camp. Get You In Shape programs include the Get You In Shape Coppell Fitness Boot Camp, sports specific training, weight loss programs, wellness plans, nutrition plans, core fitness training, strength training, toning and more. Clients include corporations, athletes (golf, basketball, tennis, football, track, baseball, baseball, volleyball, and softball) corporate executives, professionals, weekend warriors, cheerleaders, dancers, models, stay at home moms, and anyone looking for results.

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Sep 21

Coppell TX – Boot Camp and Personal Trainer Fitness Product of the week

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foamrollerCoppell, TX – Boot Camp and Personal Trainer Fitness Product of the Week – The Foam Roller

What is a Foam Roller?
I like to say it is the life-time message for about $25. As you can see they are six inches in diameter and it can be either 1 foot or 3 feet.

The foam roller uses deep compression to help roll out knots or muscle adhesions that develop over time in your body. Think of your muscle as a yarn or water hose that has a certain length. If it gets in a knot and you pull both ends of the the yarn or water hose, the knot gets tighter. You need to work the knot out with your fingers to restore the original length of the yarn or yard hose. If you think of your muscles as the same way, you can understand why using the foam roller can benefit you.  This is why using a foam roller to get the kinks out is VERY helpful.  Sometimes stretching is not what you need. By working out those knots in the muscle, which often arise from inactivity or repetitive activity, you’ll be able to restore the muscle to its original length, thus making it more pliable and functional.

People always ask me about little ailments or tightness they have been having in their legs muscles. Being in the forefront on science and staying up with what the top fitness organizations are doing, there is one product that I would recommend to everyone that most of you do not even know about. The Foam Roller is a great product that everyone can benefit from. I personally have used this great fitness product and have noticed great improvement in recover time and flexibility. I also have personally noticed HUGE results with clients using this over a period of time to help with flexibility. We have not implemented these yet for our boot camps but will be doing so sometime this summer. I think it is a great investment in your health and a fitness product that you can see and feel and difference (if you USE it) in just 10-15 minutes.

How do I use a Foam roller?

Remember, you are trying to get rid of the knots in your muscles, so you will want to use them for all your major muscle groups. You will slowly glide the body over each muscle group on the foam roller. Stick with one muscle group before moving on. An example would be rolling the foam roller over one calf.  Pause at any tender points for 10 to 30 seconds before moving on to the next region. Only apply as much pressure as you can tolerate and build up the amount of time you spend foam rolling. Your muscle tissue will begin to get used to this new sensation and be more and more willing to accept the new form of self massage that you’ve implemented into your routine. It is important to really focus on those areas in your body that are generally tight. Even if you did not target the calf that day, if your calf muscles tend to be tight often, use the foam roller on it until the tightness subsides.

What are the benefits of using a Foam Roller?

Remember, you are getting rid of that knot in your muscles. The benefits range from increased flexibility to minimizing soreness. You need to think of it as a self-message. If you can think of a time when you got a message, it was probably not comfortable some of the time. It may take your body a few weeks to get used to it. This means that it may be a uncomfortable on your muscles (because they are tight and have knots in them) for a while. The compression from the foam roller on your muscle causes your nerves to relax, loosens muscle, increases blood flow and helps your body recover. The great benefits of using the foam roller can be minimize soreness, help your muscles feel relaxed, and help you feel better in general.

When should you use the foam roller.

Many fitness Organizations say that before and after your workout is a great time to do it. You can, however, use the foam roller anytime. Watching TV or a movie can be a great time because you are already relaxed. You can use a foam roll anywhere or anytime. Many people enjoy rolling while watching television or before bedtime. Others do it at the start or end of a training session or after sitting in the same position for hours. Don’t limit yourself to the areas targeted in your training program. Use the foam roll anywhere you feel tight and in need of a massage.

What should the foam roller feel like?

The first few times you se the foam roller may be a little uncomfortable as you are putting some added pressure on your muscles that you are not used to. It may even be a little painful. If it is painful, that means that you are more than likely going to benefit a great deal from using the foam roller. As you use it consistently over time, you will really like it (because it really is like a self-message).  I generally tell my clients that it will take 2-3 weeks before it does start feeling good. The less painful it gets, that means that the muscle tissue it responding great and you should be feeling better.

How do I purchase a foam roller and how much are they?
You can get one from . Many of the sports outlets have them (Champs, Sports Authority, sometimes Target, Academy, etc)  but it is hit and miss if they have them in stock. You can also order them online from $10-$60 depending on the brand and type of foam roller it is and you will pay for shipping and handling as well.
Get You in Shape sells the 1 foot ones for $20 and the 3 ft. ones for $25.
Email us or call us if you are interested.

Foam Roller Exercise PDF – CLICK HERE


Get You In  Top personal trainer Brad Linder is the owner of Get You In Shape, in the Dallas and Coppell, TX area. Get You In Shape has Fitness Boot Camps, Private Personal Training, Testimonials, Fitness Tips, Nutrition Programs, Online Training, Fitness Products, Weight Loss Plans, a Blog, and more. If you are in Dallas, Coppell, Lewisville, Irving, Carrollton, Valley Ranch, Las Colinas, Flower Mound, Plano  and surrounding Dallas, TX cities, Get You In Shape  is near you. Get You In Shape has helped many people get their lives back on track and change their lifestyle into a healthy lifestyle. Personal training programs include sports specific training, weight loss programs, boot camps, wellness plan, nutritional plans, core fitness training, strength training, toning and more. Clients include athletes (basketball, golf, football, tennis, baseball, volleyball, softball, and track) corporate executives, professionals, weekend warriors, cheerleaders, dancers, models, stay at home moms, and anyone looking to get fitness results. For more information, visit

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