The 7 Fitness Fundamentals
Strength: The maximum amount of force you can produce. This is important for power but it also gives you a healthy metabolism and a proper muscular infrastructure that prevents injury to joints and bones during activity.

Agility: The ability to move your body, with precision, upon command. This is important in connecting your brain to your muscles, will make you functionally stronger. Power without finesse is inefficient, ineffective and prone to injury.
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Nutritional Plan Variables
I have found the best way to keep my clients safe from being tossed to and fro by the changing diet trends, is to:

1. Educate each client on how his or her body uses Food.

2. Correct thinking errors about food.

3. Plan according to individual nutritional needs.

4. Establish practical ways of executing the Plan.

5. Stick to the Plan
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