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  • E-Z FAT LOSS!

    By Adam Klymkiw | In Nutrition, Tips | on November 15, 2013

    Fat. Delicious on the plate, detested on the waist. Everyone is concerned about fat. Nobody wants to gain it, and everyone wants to lose it. Entire industries have been been created to combat it. This is quite a far cry from earlier times. As early as the beginning of this century, a little bit of […]

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  • Sitting is the New Smoking

    By Adam Klymkiw | In Blog, Tips | on October 25, 2013

    Sitting around all day may make you fat, sad, and lethargic. I know, it just seems so hard to believe. I was in a state of panic and disbelief when the scientists started providing evidence that being sedentary was bad for one’s health, but now the reality has sunken in. If you’re in an office […]

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  • Gymchat #219 – Fitness Trends

    By Adam Klymkiw | In Gym, News, Nutrition, Tips, Training | on October 17, 2013

    Watch the latest Gymchat I did with Josh Hewett! We BLOW THE LID OFF current fitness trends, and let you know what information you really need to stay fit, strong, lean and healthy! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MTf_d6FSzSc&feature=share  

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  • Strength

    By Adam Klymkiw | In Gym, Training | on October 5, 2013

    Strength is the foundation of all fitness qualities. Sure, cardiorespiratory fitness is important. Everyone needs a healthy heart. However, as many good coaches have previously noted, the cardiovascular systems exists to support the muscular system, not the other way around. Even if you enjoy performing or compete in some kind of endurance-based event, a foundation […]

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  • Compliance

    By Adam Klymkiw | In Nutrition, Training | on September 20, 2013

    As a personal trainer and strength coach, the biggest obstacle I find to getting clients the results they want is their failure to comply to my recommendations outside of the gym. Pushing people hard in the gym is easy. For the trainer, at least. Well, not always easy, as everyone has their on and off […]

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  • Gymchat 211 – Training Approaches

    By Adam Klymkiw | In Gym, Nutrition, Tips, Training | on September 12, 2013

    I recently participated in this excellent training roundtable discussion! Check it out if you want some solid info on training, nutrition, and supplementation! Here’s the link: http://straighttothebar.com/articles/2013/09/gymchat_211_-_training_approaches_roundtable_1/ I’ll be doing another 1-on-1 gym chat on October 16th, so if there are any topics you’d like me to cover, send me a message and let me […]

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  • Be progressive.

    By Adam Klymkiw | In Tips | on September 6, 2013

    One of the biggest mistakes most people make in the gym is that they simply do not have a plan. Visit any commercial gym, and you’ll see the vast majority of people simply floundering about, in a modern-day fitness purgatory of vacant stares, half-hearted efforts, listlessness, and a general lack of intensity. Some of these […]

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  • You need an expensive gym membership… NOT.

    By Adam Klymkiw | In Training | on August 30, 2013

    A high-quality gym is a great resource. The ability to train with good equipment truly is a privilege, and with a properly designed program, is usually the fastest way to achieve your athletic and physique goals. However, it’s not the only way to get strong, lean, ripped, or what-have-you. Many people like to avoid commercial […]

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  • Getting Fit for Summer

    By Adam Klymkiw | In Tips | on July 19, 2013

    With the warmer weather comes an innate desire to remove one’s clothes and frolic in the sunshine. Due to overindulging in food, sedentary behaviour, and general wintertime misery, most people have gained a few pounds that they’d like to shed before exposing their flesh to the judging, prying eyes of the general public.

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