Pre- and Post-Exercise Nutrition

Pre- and Post-exercise Nutrition What we eat before and after our workouts is important to helping us reach our health goals. Fuelling properly before a workout allows us to put in our best effort to get the most out of our workout, while eating afterward helps to kick-start the recovery process so that we can […]

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Addicted to The Scale?

  Studies that cite the benefits of daily weigh-ins usually fail to show the emotional impact the scale has on the dieter. It’s time to come clean on our relationship with the scale.   For seven years, Sandra* started her day by weighing in on the scale in her bathroom. If she lost weight, life […]

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How to Modify Recipes

There are three basic ways to modify a recipe and its preparation Change one or more ingredients Change the cooking method Modify the portion sizes Ways to Reduce Fat Broiling, grilling, baking, barbequing, roasting, poaching, braising, steaming, and stir-frying generally use little or no fat Chill homemade soups, chili’s, stews, stocks, and gravies, until fat […]

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Ms Fit FAQ

Why should YOU enter Ms. Fit? You’ve worked hard in the gym and you need a challenge!  You’ve thought about taking your fitness to the next level and entering a fitness competition is something that you’ve place on your bucket list. To heck with the bucket list! Ms. Fit gives you the opportunity to try […]

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Tammy’s Fitness Journey

Click here to book your FREE Consulation I had always been active but got seriously derailed in my 40’s. I had some significant health issues, was going through menopause and trying to balance being a mother, wife and working full time. My fitness took a back seat. When I turned 50 I re-committed to setting […]

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TIP: Energy Boosting Snacks

Rev Up Your Energy Level Choose nutritious snacks and hard-to-chew foods (apples, carrots, nuts). Aided by the action of chewing, these “hard chews” release glucose slowly and steadily into your bloodstream. Don’t wait until you are famished to eat. It takes ½ hour to convert food into energy. Eat smaller and more frequent meals to […]

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Sabotage!

A friend of mine says that sometimes when you’re in the picture, it’s hard to see the frame. Well, forget the frame—I couldn’t even see my toes. At that time, One On One Personal Fitness was in its infancy. By day, my husband Doug and I worked with clients helping them to get fitter. Yet, […]

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Stampede Detox and Summer Fitness Shape Up: Tip # 37

Tip #37 How much sodium do you eat per day? According to Health Canada: Canadians eat about 3400 mg of sodium each day. This is more than double the amount we need.Sodium is an essential nutrient found in salt and many foods. Our bodies need a small amount of sodium to be healthy, but too […]

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Stampede Detox and Summer Fitness Shape Up: Tip # 36

Tip #36 Canned Tuna (Health Canada) Canned tuna, especially canned light tuna, is one of the most popular types of fish for many Canadians. The fish used in canned tuna products are generally younger and smaller and have significantly less mercury than fresh or frozen tuna, so that most Canadians don’t need to be concerned […]

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Stampede Detox and Summer Fitness Shape Up: Tip # 35

Tip #35 Are you your own weight loss saboteur? By Terry Dyson When it comes to fitness, (weight loss in particular) we are playing for an audience of one. What you eat (even if it’s alone in a dark car!) is fully up to you. And being accountable for how much you really exercised or […]

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