Champion Strong Chat

  • What Is Squatting?

    Building muscle and strength in your legs can improve your performance across workouts.  Squatting is a multi-joint exercise that challenges muscle...
  • The Importance of Breathing

    The respiratory and circulatory systems work to respond to the demands of the exercise to fuel the muscles. To maximize a workout's efficiency, it'...
  • Exercise is the BEST!

        Exercise is the best-kept secret in preventive medicine. Despite our other differences, we all need to exercise for health. Regular exercise pr...
  • Fresh Fruits and Vegetables are Best

    Fresh Fruits and Vegetables are Best For healthy weight-management, fruits and vegetables are the best type of carbohydrates. These natural carboh...
  • Glute Dysfunction

    Dysfunction in the lower body can (possibly) be alleviated with precisely programmed lower body exercises. Side note: If you sit a lot you may have...
  • Enriched Bread

    “I’ll Eat Enriched Bread” Foods such as white flour, white sugar and polished rice are lacking in the B vitamins and other nutrients. Excessive co...
  • Snacky Snacks

    “But, What About My Snacks?” Carbohydrate snacks that contain large amounts of refined sugars and starches promote a sudden rise in blood sugar lev...
  • The Digestive Process

    The Digestive Process The process of digestion starts when food enters the body through the mouth where it is chewed, broken into small pieces, an...
  • Caloric Deficit

    To lose one pound a week, you need to be at a deficit of 3500 calories, which is 500 calories per day.
  • HER Strength

    I have many clients who start strength training reluctantly 😊 with so much misinformation, the thought of increased muscular size didn’t appeal to ...
  • It’s Psychological

    Use psychological techniques to discover what drives you to do strength training and to establish sustainable habits based around achieving goals i...
  • Oh My Bones

    The skeleton is in a constant state of flux, with osteoclasts breaking it down  and osteoblasts making new bone. The force of a load --- which can ...