Nutrition

Why Is Core Stability Important in Movement?

By Sean Beckford (CSCS, RYT, FST) on October 3, 2022

Hey all! Welcome to my blog. It’s been a long time. Great to be back.  One of the things that I often see on social media, and in the gym settings is individuals going about training their core in the wrong way in flexion based movement (sit-ups). The prevailing assumption is that if we strengthen […]

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Intermittent Fasting For Women (Should you do it?)

By Sean Beckford (CSCS, RYT, FST) on February 14, 2021

I want to start this post off by saying I’m obviously not a woman, and that female body is highly complex and more complicated than the male body. I’ve gotten a lot of questions about Intermittent Fasting (IF) from female clients in the past as it’s a very popular dietary method. I obviously can’t clearly discuss any personal experiences as to IF but I can discuss it based on the academic research that exists – as it’s a very popular dietary method. 

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Why We Overeat

By Sean Beckford (CSCS, RYT, FST) on February 3, 2021

Does this situation sound familiar to you? You open your pantry and see your favorite bag of chips and cookies staring back at you, and you tell yourself: “I’ll only have a small handful before putting it back.” Then, one small handful turn into several, and the small handful you had envisioned turns into an empty bag?

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“How to Stop Overeating for Good”

By Sean Beckford (CSCS, RYT, FST) on February 5, 2021

So, we’re here. If you’re reading this piece for the first time, STOP! Go back to review the previous article to understand the scientific components that go into overeating. I would STRONGLY SUGGEST this. Everything I will discuss here is dealing with the mental intangibles required to overcome the leptin feedback loop (if you thought […]

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