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Jon Nardinochi Personal Training
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I'm a former International Athlete, Black Belt in Kyokushin Karate, fat loss specialist and family man
I'm a former International Athlete, Black Belt in Kyokushin Karate, fat loss specialist and family man

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Swap your takeaway dnner for this fat-burning beef rendang
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The only good exercises would be those that mimicked important hominid actions—jumping, running, pushing, pulling, squat, bend (dead-lift), lunge, twist.
Richard A Schmidt had the same idea at least three decades ago, and Paul Chek, *, an exercise maverick, had already used Schmidt’s theory in articles and books, Now let’s take a look at the six key movements

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It would be appropriate at this time to review some key dietary consideration that would inform us of dietary guidelines.
Low calorie diets have been shown to have minimal long term success – particular in the 6 month time when people begun to put back weight
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Appetite can be described as the drive or signalling system to eat and provide nourishment and energy for the body. Feeling satisfied by the food we eat has two distinct descriptors, satiation and satiety. Satiation is regarded as the complex processes that bring the act of eating to a halt, whilst satiety is the suppression of hunger and a maintained inhibition to eat for a period of time following consumption of food.

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The protein "myth" has been floating around for generations. In fact, it has been traced back to Ancient Greece.
With all the conflicting info on the internet, here we have put together the protein intake needed for individual goals.
There is no single answer to the question of how much protein to consume daily. The answer depends on activity status, health status, pre-existing conditions (either medical problems like renal disease, or lifestyle choices like vegetarianism) and, even with all the above considered, a range is more viable than a set number
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There are three main aspects of muscle building. Exercise, nutrition and rest. Proper rest is just as important for muscle building as is exercise and nutrition. However, many people do not give their muscles adequate rest before training them again. As a result, they do not see the expected gains they desire. So, learning about the proper amount of recovery time is critical when training each muscle group in order to see continuous gains in muscle mass.
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Weight Loss is a process. There's no steady decline. It's up & down. The only way to see results, is to stick with it. #motivate #motivateyourself #justdoit #workouttime #mondaymotivation #fitfam #weightloss #weightlossjourney #leanbody #quotestoliveby #quote #success
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If you can't lose weight, your diet might be to blame. With so much conflicting information out there, it's no wonder that people can't figure how to lose weight. Diets fail for many reasons. Maybe you feel too deprived, hate the food or you plateau after a couple of weeks on the program. Whatever your diet woes are, avoiding some common mistakes can help you get started on the right foot.

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Thank you WeddingSite.co.uk for featuring me this month. Read my article on a 3 month training & nutrition program to get you looking great for your big day.
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