The EPIC Blog

Author: Stephanie Karlovits

Stay plugged in to #theEPICLife with the the latest nutrition & training tips, success stories, and motivational content.


Functional Training and Chronic Pain

06.03.2018 by Stephanie Karlovits

Our Functional Training method is at the leading edge of fitness science allowing you to train less but more efficiently so you get the same results as someone working out seven days a week. More than that though, our functional training offers SO many health benefits (honestly, too many to list) that the losing weight part of working out...

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Life Changer of the Month: L-GLUTAMINE

02.03.2018 by Stephanie Karlovits

Ready for us to throw another tongue twister at you? Actually, this one isn’t too bad and we’re extra excited to introduce it to you since we’ve created this product under our own brand. Here’s the latest from the EPIC product line: L-Glutamine. L-Glutamine is an amino acid, more specifically, it’s the most abundant amino acid in your blo...

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That Good, Hard Look in the Mirror

28.02.2018 by Stephanie Karlovits

Self-care isn’t always easy. We have this image in our minds that it’s “treating ourselves”- and it absolutely is sometimes- but that isn’t aaaall self-care is. Sure, face masks and bubble baths are great for relaxation and even mindfulness but self-care also means pushing yourself to get to the gym, making sure you get in all your essent...

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Nature is Calling

20.02.2018 by Stephanie Karlovits

As a part of #theEPIClife, we feel it is absolutely critical to have a connection with nature.To begin with, there are countless benefits to walking. While our nature pillar isn’t immediately obvious in the benefits it can offer along your wellness journey but let me tell you- the payoff is HUGE. Even simply looking at pictures of nature ...

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What Gives?

14.02.2018 by Stephanie Karlovits

After the New Year hype, we’ve decided to theme February around Giving. Or, more specifically, What Gives? In this case, the idea of giving has less to do with the outward action of giving and more to do with what we can give to ourselves- and eliminate what things, food, self-talk, (and even) exercise that is taking from us. The goal of ...

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