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Lauren Tipton
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A girl with a passion for health and fitness.
A girl with a passion for health and fitness.

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The Protein Breakdown: Amino Acids
   Protein, you need more protein. You need ALL the protein. Dr. Atkins said so. Then he died of a heart attack. Ok, so maybe you need some other things along with all that protein. Protein is extremely important though. To clarify, all the macronutrients (...
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Macros vs. Clean Eating
   Diet fads will unfortunately, never fade, but they have made A LOT of progress. Who remembers the Atkins Diet, the Paleo Diet, the only drink lemon water diet?! I do. Ridiculous. Don't ever do those. You should NEVER remove an entire macronutrient catego...
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Coffee! And Why it's Good for You!
   So as a newbie to the coffee addict world, I'm dedicating this blog post to the benefits of it. I used to never understand it, it was so bitter and people were zombies without it. Then one day, after many years of being a barista, I finally found a coffe...
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High Altitude Training Risks and Benefits
   Ltip Fitness has moved to Colorado! Denver, the mile high city, to be exact! So to celebrate, I'm going to blog about the benefits of exercising at a high altitude, as well as warn you of potential risks. Some of you may have heard that exercising at a h...
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The Skinny on Society
   Our society shapes so much of our lives that it's getting out of control. Everywhere you look, there is an ad or social media telling you how to look, how to dress, how to eat, how to live. The problem is, so much of this is created by marketing departme...
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Crossfit < Functional Multi-Purpose Exercises
   Everyone who does Crossfit, loves crossfit. It's all they talk about. Almost any exercise science professional, strength coach, personal trainer, or biomechanist will also have a strong opinion about it; it's dangerous. So you're torn and don't know what...
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