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The BEST book to read in 2024 if you want to be Healthier!

In the ever-evolving landscape of health and wellness literature, certain works stand out as beacons of knowledge and insight. Peter Attia’s “Outlive” is undeniably one of them. With its compelling blend of scientific rigor, personal narrative, and practical guidance, “Outlive” emerges as a definitive roadmap for those seeking to not

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The Power of Non-Scale Victories in Your Fitness Journey

In the world of fitness, where the number on the scale can often take center stage, making progress can seem very black and white. Either you lose weight/inches, or you don’t. We at Sage want to offer an adjacent perspective- Non-scale victories. Let’s elaborate: Traditional View on progress: -lose 5

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Life span vs Health span: a Deeper Dive

Life span: The amount of years someone lives Health span: The quality of those years without disease Which holds more importance? Thats up for debate, but we’d argue that they each is just as important as the other. i.e. Living 85 years but 15 of those years you have chronic

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Building Strong Bones: Exercise and Osteoporosis Prevention

Osteoporosis is a common concern as we age, particularly for individuals between the ages of 45 and 60. This condition leads to weakened bones, making them more susceptible to fractures and breaks. However, the good news is that you can take proactive steps to build and maintain strong bones through

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Why Personal Training Outshines Group Classes: A Closer Look

A Tailored Approach to Fitness Individualized Programs: Dynamic Adjustments Enhanced Motivation and Accountability Personal Commitment: Ensured Accountability: Optimal Results and Efficiency Faster Achievements: Reduced Risk of Injury: Personal training, with its tailored approach, enhanced accountability, and focus on individual progress and safety, clearly stands out as the superior choice for

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Johnny Alimo’s Perspective on Fitness

Why do I feel like crap all the time? Anecdotally as a trainer I hear people utter this phrase to me a lot. They tend to have symptoms of low energy, low motivation, stress, and a poor state of mental health. My job as a trainer is to help bridge

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