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



 

How to Overcome Headaches

19.02.2020 by Stephanie Karlovits

You know that pulsing, throbbing pain you sometimes get behind the eyes? Or at the back of your head? Sometimes accompanied by sweating, nausea or even physical weakness? There’s little worse than having to deal with a headache on top of your already busy day. You’ve got enough to do! Who actually has the time or patience to deal with a h...

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Why Do You Get Sick Every Year?

28.01.2020 by Stephanie Karlovits

How many people know that one friend or coworker who is always sick? Or do you feel like you might be that person? You know how it is, that lingering cough that won’t shake or those sniffles that seem to never go away. Especially in the winter, we are all more susceptible to catching whatever it is that’s “going around” since we often spe...

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Self-Care Goals and Why You Should Make Them

22.01.2020 by Stephanie Karlovits

In writing our last blog about resolutions (shameless plug!) there was one thought that kept cropping up. Although we support and feel that it is important to set goals in all four of our foundational pillars (Functional Training, Holistic Nutrition, Nature, and Self-Care), we can’t help but feel that every kind of goal set, at its root, ...

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Conscious Holidays

16.12.2019 by Stephanie Karlovits

We should be enjooooying the holidays. But so often we hear how stressed out people are at this time of year. Between holiday parties, getting food and gifts organized, getting ahead with work or exams before some well-deserved rest, we understand it can be exhausting. It’s times like this though where we need to really focus an extra eff...

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How To Stop Bloating and Inflammation

02.12.2019 by Stephanie Karlovits

In the animal kingdom, the winter season is a signal to animals to pack on the pounds since they need that stored fat to survive the winter. Many moons ago, this would have been the case for humans, too. When they had little shelter, food sources were scarce in the winter, and protection from the elements required conserved energy. But no...

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