Let's revisit those New Year's Resolutions with RD, Matt Mrazik and discover an unstuffed cabbage bowl recipe along the way!

So, here we are . . . 2020! And well into the new year, I might add. March Madness and St. Patrick’s Day are both just around the corner! Picking up on things since our last article, I hope that the reflection, mindful habits exercises, and healthy eating priorities were of some value.   Now, let’s…

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Fitness Beginnings Hello, Pittsburgh! My name is Kareem Selwaeh. I am a new Personal Trainer, Barbell Coach & Class Instructor here at the Pittsburgh Fitness Project.  My fitness passion began when I was a scrawny 18-year-old kid that never lifted weights but practiced martial arts. I worked to achieve my second-degree black belt in karate…

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ginger hot cacao

2 Easy (and Cheap) Ways to Detox this Winter By Sandor Koppanyi, PFP trainer   It’s that time of year again. You’ve eaten so much rich food throughout the holidays, and you’re ready to get back on track. We are all guilty of overeating, drinking, and being completely out of routine (including myself). I personally…

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Your experience in fitness as a whole should be enjoyable - if you're not having a good time, you should probably do something else.

Bring Sally Up So You Aren’t Down During the Winter Season – Brett Horchar, PFP Trainer/Group Instructor   In the winter, sometimes we end up hitting a bit of a wall, not so much a physical wall, but a mental one.  We want to workout yet there is no desire to go to the gym. …

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Do you think you need to spend hours in the gym to get the results you want? Try these 30-minute workouts and you'll believe otherwise!

What is a “bad” training day? A bad training day can be a lot of different things for different people.  You were easily fatigued.  You couldn’t muster the strength to lift that weight.  You didn’t feel that strong in class.  You had to take a lot of breaks or maybe just overall you didn’t meet…

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meal prep

Happy New Year 2020! Any New Year’s resolutions centered around diet and food? Sure, we all have them. Want to know how long they last? Well, on average, come January 12th, most people will ditch them and move on. There is some good news . . . about 10% of those that make them, do…

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