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Real Results Program

Real Results Program

Authored By Matt Cooper

REAL RESULTS PROGRAM   HEALTH I NUTRITION TRAINING I LIFESTYLE Goals & Recommendations: Adaptation To Nutritional Ketosis Optimal Health Reload Micronutrients Metabolic ‘Rehabilitation’ Hormonal Balance Cognitive Health & Clean Energy Body Recomposition (Muscle Growth, Fat Loss) Strength & Conditioning (Movement Therapy & Training Program) Sleep Hygiene Mind-Body Syncing:(Trauma Release Exercises, Meditation, Breathwork) for anti-anxiety, stress management. This will ALL be simplified into a pragmatic, nutrition, health, and training program you'll be able to follow.  The goal is to teach you enough here about your own body so that I can pass the torch to you for long-term success.  So unlike...

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Train Your Brain

Train Your Brain

Authored By Matt Cooper

Train Your Brain   Proprioception Training For Elite Fitness & High Performance    Part 1 in a series of articles on the brain & nervous system’s role in forging optimal fitness and athletic performance.   Ever considered training your brain when you step foot in the gym? Probably not.  But guess what?  You were doing it anyway.  You see, practice makes permanent, and perfect practice makes perfect.  Anything you're doing repetitively (i.e. how you train) gets embedded into your brain.  Your body adapts to the stimuli you provide it, and this includes 'instructions' on how to perform movements or motor...

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What You Need To Know About Light For Your Health & Fitness To Shine

What You Need To Know About Light For Your Health & Fitness To Shine

Authored By Matt Cooper

Artificial Light's Effect on Health and Fitness All living organisms have an internal clock, built-in and programmed in our evolution, set via morning sunlight exposure and nighttime darkness.  This biological clock (called a “circadian rhythm”) regulates hormones, metabolism, the sleep/wake cycle, and all cellular growth and repair. Certain artificial light exposure after sunset tells the brain that the Sun is rising, preventing melatonin manufacture. This severely compromises sleep and repair quality, accelerating aging and disease pathology over time. There is something to be done about it. Various forms of protection, including phone settings and anti-blue light glasses, can block all...

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Is Being Injury Prone A Myth?

Is Being Injury Prone A Myth?

Authored By Matt Cooper

How many times have you watched sports and heard the broadcasters say an athlete is an injury-prone? How often have you heard someone say they are dealing with nagging injuries? Safe to say most of us just about all of us in the health and fitness space. A major component of not only rehab but training is helping people bulletproof their body for long-term injury prevention. This set of circumstances begs the question...is there such a thing Take someone like Derrick Rose-he's someone that has been branded with that reputation and rightfully so-what has mainly been a resume of knee...

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Sensory Deprivation Floating For Health, Wellness, & Fitness

Sensory Deprivation Floating For Health, Wellness, & Fitness

Authored By Matt Cooper

Floating, float therapy, or sensory deprivation, is a multi-beneficial modality, traditionally applied to relieve anxiety, depression, stress, addiction, trauma, and a host of other biopsychosocial issues wherein stress and/or trauma are stored in the body. Remember, The Body Keeps The Score. This is where health, fitness, performance, and the mind-body component intersect. For those who don't know, floating involves laying in a pod filled with Epsom salt, minerals, and water warmed to the temperature of your body. You lay in the water, buoyant (because of the magnesium content), with the sensation of floating (the water matching your body's temperature helps...

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