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Mark Nutting
Works at Saco Sport & Fitness
Attended University of Maine
Lives in Saco, ME
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Never give up. Persistence wins.
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More on High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) 
Which is better: high-intensity exercise or moderate endurance exercise? Do you have to cycle to get the benefits? Answers to your questions about the one-minute workout.
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Just finished the audio book. Gary Vaynerchuk #askgaryvee very insightful book on business in the here and now. Current and future thoughts on marketing from one of the best. The audio book is also very entertaining as Gary goes off script and answers in the moment. Definitely worth reading or listening to. And Gary, yes, to the rhubarb pie! 
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It's a great idea to choose snacks wisely. But many foods that seem to be of great nutritional value just aren't. For example, bran muffins and cereal bars can be packed with unhealthy fats and added sugar. Even
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Drop pounds and slim down with these mental tricks.
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Start planning better choices.
Snacks can curb late afternoon hunger and may help people avoid overeating at dinner. Good snack choices include whole or minimally processed foods that supply healthy protein, carbs, and fat, such as whole-grain crackers with peanut butter. Other he...
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Joint pain holding you back? Losing weight can help. http://www.health.harvard.edu/pain/why-weight-matters-when-it-comes-to-joint-pain
If you're having the occasional twinge of joint pain when you go for a walk or climb stairs, or you're worried about arthritis because a parent had it, one step toward prevention is to check your weight. There are two ways that being overweight raise...
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Carbohydrates are not the enemy! They are a big part of a heathy diet. However, you can make healthier choices of which carbs you consume.
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Snacking can be a huge downfall of a healthy lifestyle. Thankfully, you don’t have to go hungry between meals. Here are some great ways to keep your metabolism boosted with delicious and healthful choices. Some of these ideas are absolutely to die for and yet healthy as can be! Who knew snacking could be so …
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Cardio provides cardiovascular benefits. Some might not realize that strength training is also good for your heart. http://hvrd.me/ZOBEa
Strength training (also called weight or resistance training) has been linked to several factors that improve heart health. It can help people lose weight—including belly fat, which is particularly harmful to the heart. Strength training also h...
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While it’s a good idea to limit sugars from processed foods, you can worry less about eating too much fruit. http://hvrd.me/ZxaXv
I just read that we shouldn't be getting more than 10% of our calories from sugar. Should I cut back on fruit?
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Personal Trainer/Weight Loss Coach
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  • Saco Sport & Fitness
    Fitness Director/Master Trainer, 2004 - present
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Saco, ME
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New York City, NY - Boston, MA
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Mark Nutting, CSCS*D, NSCA-CPT-AR*D, National Strength and Conditioning Association 2009 Personal Trainer of the Year, 12 certifications in the field and 34 years experience in personal training and health club management. Mark is a specialist in weight loss, post rehabilitation conditioning and Brain Fitness.
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  • University of Maine
    Physical Education
  • Lawrence High School
  • Edward Little High School
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