About Kaci Koch
April 30, 2019

Benefits of Weight and Resistance Training in Preventing Osteoporosis

 Research has shown significant results for weight and resistance training in prevention of Osteoporosis. First and foremost, Osteoporosis is a term that means porous bone, that is a disease in which the density and quality of the bone are decreased. Over time, a scan reveals that the bones become more and porous and fragile and […]

Fitness Exercises & tips, wellness
April 30, 2019

Body Positivity

  Body image is something people who are in the fitness industry tend to often struggle with. It can be as simple as not being happy with the progress you have made and thinking it is very slow coming or can be as extreme as body dysmorphia, anorexia, and bulimia that can take a huge […]

Nutrition & Diet, wellness
April 23, 2019

Unpopular Opinion: The Ketogenic Diet Should Be Avoided

On our instagram we discussed the Ketogenic Diet about a month ago. First and foremost, we explained on our instagram why research today says to avoid this diet. Ketogenic diet defined: •70-80% comes from fat •20-25% comes from protein •5-10% comes from carbs America is one of the largest countries known for diet fads that […]

Fitness Exercises & tips, Nutrition & Diet, Weight Loss
March 28, 2019

Chocolate milk vs. Protein Shakes

Ads everywhere talk about the need for protein. How many of you grab a protein shake on your way home from your workout or make yourself one with protein powder at home? What if you could take your milk, a glass, and some cocoa powder and make it at home. You’re not alone. We will […]

Nutrition & Diet
March 25, 2019

Myth Debunked: “Grain products such as bread, pasta, and rice are fattening and should be avoided when trying to lose weight”

Each and everyday I hear people talking about the new “low carb or no carb diet” they are embarking on. I doubt there is even a need to ask you all if you have heard of this because I know we all have. Especially the females in the room as this covers magazines, television shows, […]

Nutrition & Diet
February 21, 2019

Feeling “Chia”ful?

Chia seeds have many healthy properties that may them a healthy addition to our weekly consumption. For such a little seed, what health benefits does it have? Chia seeds are known for making individuals more “chia”ful….just kidding, but they do help in many other ways. Have you ever left chia seeds in water? They swell […]

Nutrition & Diet, wellness
February 15, 2019

Love Your Gut

Gut health is incredibly important in avoiding sickness, preventing illness from worsening, and avoiding just gastrointestinal pain and cramping. From a Medical Nutritional Therapy course I took from the University of Arizona, they provided us students many tips and tricks to love your gut a little more and avoid those distressing symptoms. Despite this class’s […]

wellness
February 9, 2019

Why Wear Wearable Technology?

Many individuals have placed something with more functions outside of a watch around their wrist over the last 5 years. These wearables range from FitBits to Apple Watches and many are finding themselves more active and held more accountable by doing so. I know many of you probably have some technology on your wrist you […]

wellness
February 3, 2019

Finding Your Style

As you hopefully are on your way to your New Year’s Resolution, you have learned what works for you and what doesn’t. Not everyone likes the same things and that is totally okay. It’s all about finding what works for you and what activities YOU enjoy. Yet, it is important to keep an open mind […]

In-Home Personal Training, wellness
January 28, 2019

Kick that Soda Pop Habit

Each day, roughly half of Americans have a glass of soda, and majority of those have between 2-3 glasses. We all know that soda is the largest source of sugar in children and adolescents today. The worst part is those who drink soda have much higher correlations with many diseases from Type II Diabetes Mellitus, […]

Nutrition & Diet, wellness
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