Do I Need to Workout More to Lose Weight?

Find yourself asking, “Do I need to workout more to lose weight?”. If so, you’re not alone and we’ve got you covered. The answer may surprise you!

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Part Two: How to Coach Clients Who Are Undereating

If you’ve already read Part One of this series, you know the answer to that question. Losing fat requires a client to work with their body, not against it.

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Part One: How to Coach Clients Who Are Undereating

Welcome to Part One of our two-part series highlighting the ways in which undereating may lead to slower fat loss for your clients. The first part focuses on how undereating slows progress so you can understand it as a coach.

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Fat Loss vs. Weight Loss

In the last several years, surveys have found that almost half of American adults are trying to lose weight. So chances are high that weight loss has been a goal of yours sometime in the recent past.

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15 Simple Strategies for a Good Night's Sleep [March WAG Goal]

Dialing in your sleep is a major proponent for busting through plateaus, which is why we refer members to this article often. So much so that we’ve added more tips and practical devices for improving sleep to the list!

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Monthly Goal: Reflecting for growth

Our final goal is reflection. Through any process of growth, there will be successes, challenges and surprises, but most importantly lessons.

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6 Apps for Productivity

With full schedules and tight deadlines, we quite often find ourselves wishing we had more time in our day to do things we love and enjoy.

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Gratefulness in Macro tracking

When we operate from a place of gratefulness we develop the ability to be satisfied in moderation. Just think of a food item that you enjoy.

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What Paper Towels Can Teach Us About Fat Loss

We’re going to take a second to talk about paper towels. Yep, paper towels.

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July WAG Goal: 10 Minutes of Recovery

Stepping out at lunch to up your step count not only gives you a chance to clear your mind, but it also gives you a chance to stretch out your joints, fix your posture and break up any soreness left over from your last leg day.

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Protein at Night: Eating & Sleeping for Recovery

We need protein for maintaining and building muscle. Let’s talk specifically about the importance of protein intake for recovery while you sleep.

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The Science of Sleep: 5 Podcasts for All the Facts!

With Team WAG’s March Goal being focused on sleep, we wanted to share some more in depth information as to why getting quality shut eye really is so important.

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