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3 Tips to Combat Fatigue and Get Your Energy Back During Pregnancy

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Hey, I hope you enjoyed the email I sent you yesterday. If you missed it, you can check it here.

Today, I have the second part of the interview with Colleen Riddle where she shares some tips on how to beat fatigue and lack of energy during pregnancy.

Enjoy!

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3 Tips to Combat Fatigue and Get Your Energy Back During Pregnancy with Colleen Riddle

CLICK HERE to watch the YouTube video interview.

In the interview above, you will discover:

  • 3 Tips to Combat Fatigue and Get Your Energy Back During Pregnancy
  • What are the benefits of fit pregnancy to the baby?
  • Why pregnant women must seek advice from medical professionals before beginning a workout program?
  • Why it is important to stay active during pregnancy?

I hope you enjoyed the interview.

If you missed the 1st part of the interview, you can check it here.

If you would like more information about Colleen Riddle, you can visit her at PrenatalWorkouts.com.

If you know someone who would be great to interview, please do email.

Or if you have an injury story or something that would benefit health and fitness professionals, please contact me.

Take care!

Rick Kaselj, MS

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The BIGGEST Pregnancy Exercise Mistake

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Hey, I hope you had a great weekend.

Today, I have another interview for you with Colleen Riddle as she gives advises on how to achieve the healthiest and happiest pregnancy possible.

Enjoy!

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The BIGGEST Pregnancy Exercise Mistake with Colleen Riddle

CLICK HERE to watch the YouTube video interview.

In the interview above, you will discover:

  • Who is Colleen Riddle?
  • The BIGGEST Pregnancy Exercise Mistake
  • The BEST Kind of Workout to do When You’re Pregnant!
  • How many calories per day should a pregnant woman consume?
  • What is the MOST Important Type of Food to Eat During your Pregnancy?
  • SIX Nutritious Snack Ideas for Pregnant Women

I hope you enjoyed the interview.

If you would like more information about Colleen Riddle, you can visit her at PrenatalWorkouts.com.

If you know someone who would be great to interview, please do email.

Or if you have an injury story or something that would benefit health and fitness professionals, please contact me.

Take care!

Rick Kaselj, MS

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5 BEST Ways to BEAT Adrenal Fatigue

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Okay, we made it to another Sunday. I hope it is a beautiful hot and sunny day where you are because it sure is where I am. I’m gonna make sure I’ll spend some time outside in the sun.

Now, you checked out the very important interview I had yesterday with Dr. Joel Rosen as we talked about Adrenal Fatigue. If you missed the first part of the interview, go here.

Today, I’ll share the second part of the interview. Take time to check it out!

Enjoy!

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5 BEST Ways to BEAT Adrenal Fatigue with Dr. Joel Rosen

CLICK HERE to watch the YouTube video interview.

In the interview above, you will discover:

  • Things you’re doing that worsen your adrenal stress
  • 5 BEST Ways to BEAT Adrenal Fatigue
  • What is Nutrigenomics?
  • Why genetic testing is important?

I hope you enjoyed the interview.

If you missed the 1st part of the interview, you can check it here.

If you would like more information about Dr. Joel Rosen, you can visit him at AdrenalFatigueSociety.com.

If you know someone who would be great to interview, please do email.

Or if you have an injury story or something that would benefit health and fitness professionals, please contact me.

Take care!

Rick Kaselj, MS

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Do You Suffer From Adrenal Fatigue?

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Happy Saturday! I hope you have a great weekend plan.

The family and I are heading out to the local farmers market and pick up some yummy goodies for the weekend.

Today, I have an interview for you on a very important topic which is Adrenal Fatigue. If you keep getting sick and feeling sluggish, you might be suffering from this. Check out this interview with Dr. Joel Rosen.

Enjoy!

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Do You Suffer From Adrenal Fatigue – Interview with Dr. Joel Rosen

CLICK HERE to watch the YouTube video interview.

In the interview above, you will discover:

  • Who is Dr. Joel Rosen?
  • What is Adrenal Fatigue?
  • What are the symptoms of Adrenal Fatigue?
  • What is the best and most accurate test to check if you suffer from Adrenal Fatigue?

I hope you enjoyed the interview.

If you would like more information about Dr. Joel Rosen, you can visit him at AdrenalFatigueSociety.com.

If you know someone who would be great to interview, please do email.

Or if you have an injury story or something that would benefit health and fitness professionals, please contact me.

Take care!

Rick Kaselj, MS

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3 Steps To Develop Mental Strength

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Hey, I hope you enjoyed yesterday’s interview. If you missed the 1st part of the interview with Mike Gillette, you can check it here.

Today, I have the second part of the interview where Mike shares three steps to cultivate mental strength as well as his most important piece of advice.

Enjoy!

~ Rick

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3 Steps To Develop Mental Strength with Mike Gillette

CLICK HERE to watch the YouTube video interview.

In the interview above, you will discover:

  • How can an average person benefit from improving mental toughness to be physically tough?
  • 3 Steps To Develop Mental Strength
  • What are the differences in training in your 50’s compared to training in your 20’s?
  • Most important piece of advice from Mike Gillette

I hope you enjoyed the interview.

If you missed the 1st part of the interview, you can check it here.

If you would like more information about Mike Gillette, you can visit him at StrengthPsychology.com.

If you know someone who would be great to interview, please do email.

Or if you have an injury story or something that would benefit health and fitness professionals, please contact me.

Take care!

Rick Kaselj, MS

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How To Be Physically Tough By Cultivating Mental Toughness?

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Hey, I hope you are having a great day!

Today, I have another interview for you with the one and only Mike Gillette. He is an amazing guy. In the interview below, he talked about how to be physically tough by developing mental toughness.

Enjoy!

~ Rick

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How To Be Physically Tough By Cultivating Mental Toughness – Interview with Mike Gillette

CLICK HERE to watch the YouTube video interview.

In the interview above, you will discover:

  • Who is Mike Gillette?
  • What prompted his interest in Strength Training?
  • What lead him to seek and bring off superior physical and mental toughness?
  • How To Be Physically Tough By Cultivating Mental Toughness?

I hope you enjoyed the interview.

If you would like more information about Mike Gillette, you can visit him at StrengthPsychology.com.

If you know someone who would be great to interview, please do email.

Or if you have an injury story or something that would benefit health and fitness professionals, please contact me.

Take care!

Rick Kaselj, MS

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6 Tips to Stop Knee Pain from Squatting

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Hey, I hope you had a great Father’s Day weekend. 

Mine was awesome! I had a wonderful time camping with the family. Camping is one of my favorite things to do. It was great to be outside and spend time with my family.

For today, I have an article and video for you on a few steps to help relieve knee pain. Feel free to share this to your family, friends and colleagues who are suffering from knee pain.

Enjoy!

~ Rick

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In today’s video, I wanted to talk about how to squat without knee pain.

How to Squat Without Knee Pain in 6 Steps

CLICK HERE to watch the YouTube video.

I’ll get Donnalee to demonstrate.

How to Squat Without Knee Pain in 6 Steps

  1. Feet a little wider apart – A lot of times people have their toes point straight ahead and this causes a lot of stress on the knees.
  2. Squat with the toes out – This will overcome the tightness or lack of mobility which is usually felt in the hip area.
  3. Put your weight on the mid foot or heel – When you are standing on your toes and you are going to do a squatting movement, it puts tons of stress in the knee. Do not put weight on the toes.
  4. Focus on your hamstrings and glutes – Focus on the glutes and hamstrings exercise than the quad exercise.
  5. Keep the shin vertical – This puts less stress on the knee joint and it allows you to work on the glutes and hamstrings.
  6. Squat down until your hips are below your knees – This will enable you to allow your hamstrings and glutes to help you get out of that bottom position.

Give those tips a go to squat without knee pain.

If you want to eliminate your knee discomfort once and for all, then check out the Fix My Knee Pain program here:

Fix My Knee Pain

Take care!

Rick Kaselj, MS

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4 Simple Neck and Shoulder Pain Relieving Exercises

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Hey, I hope you are having a great Sunday!

I just want to remind you that today is Father’s Day. So make sure to take time to call your father and let him know how awesome he is.

I am camping with the family and we are having a great time under the sun at the lake.

Now, I have another exercise routine for you. If you sit a lot at work, I got a couple quick exercises that will help you alleviate your neck and shoulder pain.

Enjoy!

~ Rick

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In today’s video, I will go through a neck and shoulder pain exercise routine if you sit all day.

The Neck and Shoulder Pain Exercise Routine if You Sit All Day

CLICK HERE to watch the Youtube video.

I got Donnalee to demonstrate.

#1 – Laced Fingers and Arms Back

Laced Fingers and Arms Back

Laced Fingers and Arms Back

You are sitting nice and tall. You are interlacing your fingers and then you are bringing your arms back. In a smooth controlled movement, you are holding the end position for a second or two and then come back to the starting position. We are stretching out the front of the shoulder which tends to be tight and leads to neck and shoulder pain. And then we are working on the mid-back muscles which are oftentimes weak that causes neck and back pain. If you find it difficult to do the exercise in a sitting position, you can go through the movement in standing position. Go through one set of 5 repetitions holding the end position for a second or two.

#2 – Laced Fingers and Arms Overhead

Laced Fingers and Arms Overhead

Laced Fingers and Arms Overhead

You are interlacing the fingers, bringing the arms overhead and holding for a second or two. We are working on the muscles around the shoulder blades. When the muscles in the neck and shoulders are weak, these will have poor activation, poor endurance and poor strength. So we are working on improving activation, endurance and strength with this exercise. You will go through one set of 5 repetitions, holding the end position for a second or two.

#3 – Chair Arch

Chair Arch

Chair Arch 

You will put your arms behind your head and over the chair. We are working on the mobility of the mid back. This exercise helps in loosening up the mid back area. We are specifically working on the mobility of the bones in the mid back area or in the spine which oftentimes get tight because of sitting too much. Go through one set of 5 repetitions in a smooth controlled movement, holding the end position for a second or two.

#4 – Chair Rotation

Chair Rotation

Chair Rotation 

You are sitting nice and tall then put your arms behind your head. You will rotate to one side and then rotate back all the way through to the other side. We are focusing on rotation and working on the mobility of the mid back area because that area tends to be tight. The poor mobility in the mid back area leads to neck pain and shoulder pain. Go through one set of 5 repetitions holding each of the end position for a second or two.  You will do 5 on each side so that should be a total of 10 movements.

Give this exercise routine a go to relieve your shoulder and neck pain.

If you are looking for a resource to help you find relief to manage your neck discomfort and prevent future flare-ups, then check out the Neck Pain Solved program here:

NECK PAIN SOLVED PROGRAM

Take care!

Rick Kaselj, MS

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