The EPIC Blog

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



 

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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Training for #theEPIClife: Steve's Success Story

07.02.2018 by Justin Thiboutot

What I like most about EPIC’s approach to training is the innovative combination of periodization with the range of motion/flexibility. This was important to me as I wanted to continue traditional exercises while at the same time improving my flexibility.  Justin’s continuously upbeat attitude and positive energy make it enjoyable to come...

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Because You Can't Get All the Nutrients You Need from Food

06.02.2018 by Stephanie Karlovits

So if you’re serious about living #theEPIClife- a healthy, whole, balanced, and energetic life- then you know that just logging hours in the gym won’t cut it. As they say “You can’t out-train a bad diet” and they are right. What you put into your body has a huge impact on what you get out of it. This is why the second pillar of #theEPICli...

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Our February Book Drive

05.02.2018 by Stephanie Karlovits

An important aspect of health is the purging of stuff. Holding on to things we no longer need can be a habit that extends beyond your closet or, in this month’s initiative, your bookshelf. The state of our physical space is often a reflection of the state of our bodies and minds. Negative self-talk and that extra 20 lbs you are carrying a...

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