Fit Soldiers Sugar Free Me

Sugar Free Me

Are you eating too much sugar? Chances are you consume more than you think. Although it’s sweet in the moment, the consumption of added sugars are proven to have negative long term effects.

The good news. It’s never too late to reduce or eliminate sugar from your diet, and replace it with healthy life long habits.

Join the Sugar Free Me Challenge

A step-by-step process to help you wean yourself off of sugar and replace stress eating habits with new healthy habits.

The studies and evidence is clear that the effects of sugar are far from beneficial to our bodies, mind, and health. Yet the cravings we have for the food we choose to eat just won’t go away. In fact, a paper published in the journal PLOS ONE back in 2007 showed that 94 percent of rats chose a sugar ‘high’ over a cocaine rush!

Sugar has been linked to the negative effects of nearly every disease and self inflicted health problem we know including diabetes, liver damage, hyper tension, dementia, heart disease, and even cancer cells feed off of sugar. Aside from major disease, sugar can zap your energy, promote weight gain, cause tooth decay, and leave you addicted.

The buck stops here. The 28 day Sugar Free Me program is here to help you identify what type of sugar addict you are plus you’ll learn:

  • Why ‘diets’ don’t work
  • How your will power will fail
  • The tools you need to succeed
  • How to fall off the wagon and still win
  • And SO much more…

Combine 28 days of sugar busting lessons with private accountability from your Fit Soldier coaches and like minded peers and your success is just around the corner!

Register Today for either:

Sugar Free Me ONLINE ONLY – $20

Click to Register for Sugar Free Me ONLINE ONLY


Sugar Free Me PLUS 12 Onsite Training Sessions – $120

Click to Register for Sugar Free Me +12 ONSITE TRAINING SESSIONS

No excuses, experience the benefits of a sugar reduction whether you’re local or from afar.


Committed to Your Results,

Dave Mura
and the Fit Soldiers Family

Fit Soldiers Fitness Revolution
2100 East 112th Avenue #2
Northglenn, CO 80233

www.fitsoldiers.com
720-382-5240

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3 Characteristics of Big Results

As we know there’s no shortage of information out there on fitness and nutrition. Looking back at our Infobesity series (Part 1, Part 2) we can take some steps to cut out the clutter and focus but when it comes down to it there are always some people who we love to hate that just see results faster.

I believe it’s possible for every one to see results but what are the key characteristics that it takes to be one of those people who seem to ‘get it’ and reach their goals with seemingly minimal effort.

Some may say genetics, or the persons up bringing which have some weight but are not the end all be all of those reaching their health goals. These are characteristics that can be trained and learned.

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Infobesity

Infobesity Part 2

InfobesityI hope from last week you’ve cleared out the clutter on nutrition, are eating simple and healthy, and not falling for healthy marketing.

This week I’m going to tackle the infobesity in the exercise, training, workout space. Whether it’s an infomercial, magazine, or workout fad you’re probably on information overload. How can we get 5 minute abs and summer bodies? Should I do a boot camp, personal trainer, videos, or just start running?

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Fit Soldiers

3 COR Warriors Tribute!

Fit SoldiersIt’s not uncommon for us to host charity events. Part of our core values is to be sacrificial. Meaning if the sweat, reps, hard work that go on within our four walls doesn’t leave here to become more then we’re wasting our time.

This past weekend we had several firsts. In our gym and community. What had originally been planned as an Obstacle Course Training Open House (not a first) changed it’s tone a couple weeks prior. An unfortunate first was that three local Colorado Obstacle Course (COR) ladies Kym, Corrina, and Elizabeth. They were excited and on their way to the Arizona Spartan Race were the victims of a tragic drunk driving accident. One took the life of one and left the other with severe injuries.

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Spring Break Ninja Camp!

Kids Ninja Camp

Fit Soldiers Spring Break Ninja Camp with special guest Brian Arnold

Kids, come learn what it takes to be a ninja! You’ll learn from the skills from one of the best and make big strides to becoming a better ninja.

  • Balance
  • Coordination
  • Strength
  • Power
  • Agility
  • And a Whole Lot of FUN!
  • PLUS Special guest Brian Arnold, Wolfpack Ninja all-star, and Team ANW Champion, will be here Thursday to help motivate and coach you to be your best!

SPACE IS LIMITED CALL NOW TO REGISTER YOUR CHILD
720-382-5240

MARCH 27TH – 30TH
AGES 6-9 – 9:30-10:30AM
AGES 10-13 – 10:30-11:30AM
$60 – FS FAMILY DISCOUNT APPLIES

Committed to Your Results,
Dave and the Fit Soldiers Family!

Fit Soldiers Fitness Revolution
2100 East 112th Avenue #2
Northglenn, CO 80233

720-382-5240
www.fitsoldiers.com

Infobesity

Infobesity Part 1

InfobesityDo you read magazines, scroll through endless social media feeds, watch TV, or listen to your friends family or co-workers all talk about a new superfood, diet, shake, exercise, or workout?

If so you may be suffering from INFOBESITY.

Infobesity may be the cause of your lack of fitness results. You are on information overload when it comes to the best way to lose weight. But it’s not your fault. The health and fitness industry is just trying to sell a magazine, product, program, fad diet or supplement and make a buck.

All this however is not helping your fitness and fat loss results. Each time you turn around you’re posed with a headline reading ‘5 Minute Abs’, ‘New Celebrity Weight Loss Plan’, or the TV telling you about the newest superfood promising weight loss. Now there’s no doubt that all these things will have some effect on you in a seemingly positive way. The problem is most of them are based off of misleading studies or promising short term gains that lead to short term results. As you’ll hear us say:

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