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Apr 24

AdvoCare Nutritional Supplement – OmegaPlex – High Quality Omega 3 fatty acid

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OmegaPlex omega-3 fatty acid supplement is a safe, convenient, easy way to get the omega-3 fatty acids

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that may be missing from your diet, especially if you consume fish less than twice a week. It contains both 600 mg of EPA and 400 mg DHA long-chain omega-3 fatty acids per serving for maximum benefit.* Because these nutrients are involved in transporting nutrients, OmegaPlex is an important component for core nutrition.* It also helps promote healthy hair, skin and nails, and supports a healthy immune system.* It plays a key role in cardiovascular activity by supporting normal blood flow and healthy blood pressure.* In fact, consuming omega-3 fatty acids may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease.** By supporting a healthy metabolism, OmegaPlex can aid weight management.*

OmegaPlex meets the highest quality standards of product safety and efficacy. Each softgel starts with high-quality marine lipid concentrate, which must meet strict analytical testing requirements for environmental contaminants, quantity of long-chain omega-3 fatty acids and oxidation as indicators of safety, purity, potency and freshness. OmegaPlex also contains the antioxidant vitamin E in its most active form to further ensure omega-3 fatty acid stability.* The quality values of OmegaPlex are consistent with or exceed the Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) voluntary monograph values.
Here are some key points about OmegaPlex:

  • Supplies 1,000 mg of omega-3 fatty acids per serving
  • Contains both EPA and DHA fatty acids
  • Plays an important role in the transportation of nutrients*
  • Helps support normal blood flow and healthy blood pressure*
  • Promotes cardiovascular health in conjunction with a healthy diet and exercise*
  • Helps promote healthy metabolism*
  • Helps maintain a healthy immune system*
  • Promotes maintenance of healthy skin, hair and nails*

Is this you?
Someone who wants to increase your intake of omega-3 fatty acids for better health
Someone interested in maintaining overall wellness and healthy core nutrition
Someone who does not consume a minimum of two servings of fish per week
Someone who has taken omega-3 supplements in the past, but is looking for a superior source.

Key ingredients: Omega-3 fatty acids, eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), vitamin E

Apr 22

Coppell, TX- Fitness Boot Camp helps friends get in shape together

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Coppell, TX – These friends decided to get in shape together and had great results.

Get You In Shape has Fitness Testimonials, Fitness Tips, Nutrition Programs, Fitness Boot Camps, Private Personal Training, Online Training, Fitness Products, Weight Loss Plans, a Blog, and more. If you are in Coppell, Valley Ranch, Lewisville, Irving, Carrollton, Las Colinas, Grapevine and surrounding Dallas, TX cities, the Get You In Shape  Coppell Boot Camp 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. 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 about our programs in Coppell, Valley Ranch, Las Colinas, Lewisville, Carrollton, Grapevine, Irving, and other Dallas cities,  visit http://www.GetYouInShape.com
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Apr 22

Coppell, TX – Health Tip of the Day from Dr. Ken Goldberg.

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How to Start a program from an International Speaker.

Today’s healthy tip comes from  Dr. Ken Goldberg, M.D., . If anyone has watched the Get You In Shape Fitness DVD would would have seen a nutrition and exercise tip section. I was able to interview 12 different professionals in the health and fitness arena and ask them questions about getting and staying in shape. Dr. Ken Goldberg was able to give the simple ways to START the process of getting in shape and staying in shape. One of them is below. He is a member of the AdvoCare Scientific and Medical Advisory board. Dr. Goldberg is a board-certified urologist in private practice in Dallas, Texas, and is the founder of the Male Health Center and director of the Impotence Foundation. He is also the author of “How Men Can Live As Long As Women” , the nationally syndicated “His Health” column and he contributes to numerous medical and popular publications. Our thanks go out to Dr. Goldberg for producing this informative article. For more information on Dr. Goldberg, and his men’s health topics, please visit The Male Health Center.

Apr 20

Advocare Post Workout Recovery Shake – A great after workout supplement.

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Advocare’s Post-Workout Recovery shake is a great. I personal have used this product have have had great results. I did want to show you a video clip from a professional athlete, though who used Advocare products (his first product he talks about is Post workout recovery). This guy really does a great job on explaining WHY he takes Advocare and Why supplements are needed for his performance.

Is this you?
Someone who wants to minimize the soreness experienced after exercising
Someone who is looking for better muscle recovery
Someone who wants to enhance your current exercise and/or weightlifting program
Someone who wants to gain lean muscle mass

To BUY Shake or for more info, CLICK HERE

Advocare Post-Workout Recovery Sports Drink or shake contains more than 30 vitamins, minerals and other nutrients that support the muscles’ metabolic processes in recovery and helps minimize occasional soreness after workouts. Post-Workout Recovery shake combines the muscle-supporting nutrition used by hundreds of professional and world-class athletes across the United States. Post-Workout Recovery shake helps enhance physical performance and endurance while supplying essential components for muscle repair and gain during and after physical activity. The unique blend of high-quality protein combined with glucose polymers and other carbohydrates, gives the body energy and structural support.

Post-Workout Recovery also contains branched-chain amino acids to support muscle recovery, growth and endurance. Finally, the antioxidants present in this advanced sports drink help the body ward off free radicals that are commonly produced as a result of exercise.

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  • Available in Chocolate and Vanilla
  • Offered in pouches and canisters
  • Helps minimize muscle soreness after strenuous activity
  • Supplies essential components for muscle repair to optimize muscle recovery
  • Helps maintain and restore energy supplies during and after physical activity
  • Contains branched-chain amino acids to support muscle recovery, growth and endurance.

Directions for Post-Workout Recovery 
For ages 12 and older.

  • Blend, shake or briskly stir contents of one pouch into 10 fluid ounces of water or the beverage of your choice.
  • For short-term recovery, consume within one hour following a workout.
  • For long-term recovery, consume in the evening.
  • For additional benefit, consume Post-Workout Recovery Sports Drink within one hour before a workout.

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KEY INGREDIENTS
Key Ingredients: Soy protein powder, branched-chain amino acids (BCAA), chromium, casein (modified), medium-chain triglycerides, creatine, gamma-oryzanol, vanadium (vanadyl sulfate), calcium, magnesium, zinc, sodium, potassium, eleuthero root, carbohydrates

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Apr 20

Fitness Tip for maximizing results and your workout.

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One of the biggest things the Get You In Shape Boot Camp implements into its program is Interval Training. Everyone keeps talking about Interval Training and the benefits of it. So today we will take a look at Interval Training

 Interval Training Programs Help Maximize Fitness and Weight Loss Results.

 Vary Your Training Intensity to Boost Your Performance

 Interval training has been the basis for athletic training routines for years. The first forms of interval training, called “fartlek” involved alternating short, fast bursts of intensive exercise with slow, easy activity. Fartlek was casual, unstructured training that perfectly fit it’s English translation: “speed play.”

The interval programs of today have become highly sophisticated methods of structured training for athletic performance enhancement. Physiologists and trainers have designed interval programs that are specifically suited to individual athletes. These sessions include precisely measured intervals that match the athlete’s sport, event and current level of conditioning. Often the appropriate intensity and duration of the intervals is determined by the results of anaerobic threshold testing (AT) that includes measuring the blood-lactate of an athlete during intense exercise.

 How Interval Training Works

 Interval training works both the aerobic and the anaerobic system. During the high intensity effort, the anaerobic system uses the energy stored in the muscles (glycogen) for short bursts of activity. Anaerobic metabolism works without oxygen. The by-product is lactic acid, which is related to the burning sensation felt in the muscles during high intensity efforts. During the high intensity interval, lactic acid builds and the athlete enters oxygen debt. During the recovery phase the heart and lungs work together to “pay back” this oxygen debt and break down the lactic acid. It is in this phase that the aerobic system is in control, using oxygen to convert stored carbohydrates into energy.

 This repetitive form of training leads to the adaptation response. The body begins to build new capillaries, and is better able to take in and deliver oxygen to the working muscles. Muscles develop a higher tolerance to the build-up of lactate, and the heart muscle is strengthened. These changes result in improved performance particularly within the cardiovascular system.

 Interval training also helps prevent the injuries often associated with repetitive endurance exercise, and they allow you to increase your training intensity without overtraining or burn-out. In this way, adding intervals to your workout routine is a good way to cross train.

 According to the American College of Sports Medicine, more calories are burned in short, high intensity exercise. If you are counting calories burned, high intensity exercise such as intervals are better than long, slow endurance exercise, but you may pay a price.

 You don’t need to be a world-class athlete and have sophisticated blood analysis to take advantage of the benefits of interval training. The standard Interval training of changing the speed and time will work for anyone. This type of interval work is based upon your subjective needs. Simply pay attention to how you feel and set your intensity and duration accordingly.  

 Precautions for Safe Interval Training

·         Warm Up before starting intervals

·         Assess current conditioning and set training goals that are within your ability

·         Start slowly. (for example: walk 2 minutes/ run 2 minutes) In general, longer intervals    provide better results

·         Keep a steady, but challenging pace throughout the interval

·         Build the number of repetitions over time

·         Bring your heart rate down to about 50%  during the rest interval

·         To improve, increase intensity or duration, but not both at the same time

·         Make any changes slowly over a period of time  

·         Train on a smooth, flat surface to ensure even effort  

·         You can also use circuit training as a form of interval training  

 Advanced Interval Training
You can take a more scientific approach to interval training by varying your work and recovery intervals based on your pre-determined goals. Here are the four variables you can manipulate when designing your interval training program:

·         Intensity (speed) of work interval

·         Duration (distance or time) of work interval

·         Duration of rest or recovery interval

·         Number of repetitions of each interval  

 It is recommended that you consult an athletic trainer, coach or personal trainer prior to designing an interval training program.

 

Get You In Shape has Fitness Testimonials, Fitness Tips, Nutrition Programs, Fitness Boot Camps, Private Personal Training, Online Training, Fitness Products, Weight Loss Plans, a Blog, and more. If you are in Coppell, Valley Ranch, Lewisville, Irving, Carrollton, Las Colinas, Grapevine and surrounding Dallas, TX cities, the Get You In Shape  Coppell Boot Camp 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. 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 about our programs in Coppell, Valley Ranch, Las Colinas, Lewisville, Carrollton, Grapevine, Irving, and other Dallas cities,  visit http://www.GetYouInShape.com
Fitness Boot Camps, Weight Loss, Personal Training, Nutritional Programs

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