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Dennis Blair
(970) 691-5789
Fort Collins, CO
Specialty
Strength Building, Weight Loss, Rehabilitation, Aerobics, Nutrition
Schedule Type
ISSA Certified Fitness Trainer, ISSA Specialist in Performance Nutrition
General Information
37 years old (trains both men and women)

Bodyvision LLC
(970) 460-6424
P.O. Box 271562
Fort Collins, CO
 
Desired Reflections
(970) 232-9576
3926 John F Kennedy Pkwy
Fort Collins, CO
 
Curves
(970) 225-0019
2114 Midpoint Dr Unit 1
Fort Collins, CO
 
Holistic Pediatric Consulting, LLC
(303) 442-0107
1800 30th Street, Suite #304
Boulder, CO
Services
Yeast Syndrome, Wellness Training, Weight Management, Pediatrics, Nutrition, Herbal Medicine, Functional Medicine, Aromatherapy
Membership Organizations
American Holistic Medical Association

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Rich Clarke
(970) 691-6722
Fort Collins, CO
Specialty
Strength Building, Body Building, Weight Loss, Spin, Body Sculpting, Youth Conditioning, Golf Conditi
Schedule Type
Cardiac Pulmonary Resuscitation; Standard First Aid (American Red Cross); National Strength and Fitness Association; Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist; American Aerobic Association International/International Sports Medicine Association-Health Club Management; and National Endurance and Strength Conditioning Association-Personal Trainer; and International Youth Conditioning Association-Certified Youth and Conditioning Specialist.
Education
Colorado State University: Bachelor of Science in Sports Medicine (1994)Relevant Courses and Training Experiences: Physical Therapy, Sports Psychology, Biology, Exercise Testing and Assessment, Geriatric Motor Skills, Youth Conditioning, Gross Anatomy, Physiology, Kinesiology, Motor Learning, Biomechanics, Nutrition, Spin and Sport Yoga, Health Club Management, Exercise Therapy, Principles of Coaching, and Sports Club Management.
General Information
39 years old (trains both men and women)

Xakary Wolfe
(970) 308-4508
Fort Collins, CO
Specialty
Strength Building, Body Building, Weight Loss, Rehabilitation, Body Sculpting, Nutrition
Schedule Type
- International Sport Science Association (ISSA) - International Sports Medicine Association (ISMA) - CPR & Standard First Aid (American Red Cross) - Currently studying for Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
General Information
34 years old (trains both men and women)

Aspen Wellness Center
(970) 377-1775
2601 S Lemay Ave Unit 25
Fort Collins, CO
 
Absolute Hypnosis
(970) 599-5917
134 W Harvard St
Fort Collins, CO
 
Holistica Integrative Care
(720) 663-1727
2975 Valmont Road, Suite 100
Boulder, CO
Services
Wellness Training, Weight Management, Supplements, Preventive Medicine, Physical Exercise, Nutrition, Mind/Body Medicine, Meditation, Herbal Medicine, General Practice, Family Practice
Membership Organizations
American Holistic Medical Association

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Why Do We Gain Weight?

by Debbie de leng

There are many factors that cause us to increase body weight, yet three stand out from the rest.

Our genetic make: Every cell in our body has a central control panel, that is a nucleus that contains our genes and chromosomes. This is the instruction manual for your body and this is inherited from your parents. It is this instruction manual that is largely responsible for how your body, and even your mind, behaves.

The environment in which we live: Our personal environment may also contribute or cue you to adopt poor eating or exercise habits. This is especially true in today's society, which is dominated by speed and convenience. For example, escalators, elevators and remote-control appliances make us less physically active. Also, greater availability and the constant marketing of foods that are high in calories, fat and added sugars, and larger portion sizes promote unhealthy eating behaviors.

There may also be personal reasons why you are consuming too many kilojoules from food and drinks, or not being physically active enough. For example, when feeling down or bored you may eat more than you need, or if you are feeling depressed it is more difficult to get active.

Knowing the reason why you may be consuming excess kilojoules or not participating in physical activity, is an important first step in changing your lifestyle habits to help you reach a healthy weight.

Our lifestyle: What we eat and drink and how active we are. This is the gradual gain in weight as a result of eating food and not exercising enough.

The extent to which we can affect our genetic make up and our environment are limited. However, lifestyle is the area in which we can significantly manage and if need be, improve our body weight to ensure we maintain a healthy weight for our height, age and gender. This is why learning a healthy nutritious eating pattern and adopting it for life, that is, lifestyle changes has a significant impact on our ability to reach and maintain a healthy weight.

Gaining and losing weight works according to some a simple biological principle. When you consume more energy in the form of food and drinks that your body uses each day you will gain weight. When you consume less energy in the form of food and drinks that your body requires each day you will lose weight.

Despite what some advertisers would have use believe, weight loss does not occur as a result of any of the following:
Supplements that will melt the fat while you sleep or while you wash Exercises that don't take any effort and cause no sweat Unique food combinations that will allow you to eat what you want and still lose weight.

In order to lose weight you will need to know approximately your Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR). Your RMR is the number of calories your body burns at rest in a 24 hour period. When your body gets about 500 less calories than it needs each day as a result of eating less or exercising more, you will lose o...

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