Dogma Athletica nutrition program will help participants establish healthy habits
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What: Dogma Athletica’s Summer “The Last 10 Pounds” Program.
When: Begins 5:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 1.
Where: Dogma Athletica, 137 Main St., Edwards.
Cost: $279; includes a five-week full membership to Dogma Athletica.
More information: Call Dogma Athletica at 970-688-4433, or email Alyssa Berube, general manager, at email@example.com.
EDWARDS — The No. 1 health-oriented goal for nearly all people, including athletes and weekend warriors, is to lean out. A proper nutrition strategy is the key element for success. It is more important than the exercise component but is often over looked in an active community like Eagle County.
It can be a daunting task figuring out where to start making changes, especially with all of the misguiding information available. Successful nutritional strategies not only give you the specifics on the proper foods but also help you understand the power of habits. Understanding beneficial and detrimental habits help you move past common pitfalls in making a sustained positive change.
Dogma Athletica will begin its The Last 10 Pounds summer program on Monday1. This is a five-week, all-encompassing nutritional program that will help you understand how to make healthy nutrition work within your daily lifestyle.
The program includes summer-based recipes, shopping lists, local restaurant recommendations, strategies for summer social gatherings and tips on how to use nutrition to bring out your optimal health. It also includes a five-week membership to Dogma Athletica, body composition tests to track your progress and informational meetings.
Past participants in Dogma Athletica nutritional programs have lost substantial body fat and increased overall health and athletic performance.
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