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 My name is Patrick Szvetitz and I am a full time member of the North Carolina Army National Guard. I have been at CFA for 2 and a half months.  1. What brought you to Aestus? I have been doing cross fit for the last 3 years. My previous work had a cross fit area in which I could work out. I recently changed potions and my new work place does not have the correct equipment or facilities to support cross fit. 2. Did you have a goal when you started? My only goal is to sOn this #AestusWayWednesday, Coach...

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In the words of a very wise woman: “This girl likes to chew her calories!” When it comes to alcohol and nutrition, there tends to be a lot of blank space. Between alcohol packaging without nutrition labels, and the fact that people tend to “forget” to log their drinks, it’s easy to see how so many people end up unknowingly drinking their calories and ultimately sabotaging their nutrition. Here are some nutrition related facts about alcohol to bring some awareness to the subject. And don’t forget to log your adult beverages, folks!

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Sure, you might be able to drop 15 or 20 pounds in a month, but that doesn't mean you should. We weigh the facts about safe and sustainable weight loss. http://www.eatingwell.com/article/290902/how-much-weight-can-you-really-lose-in-a-month/

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Over 13,700 athletes participated in the 2019 National Senior Games, a record high in its 32 year history. The National Senior Games Association is a nonprofit multi-sport council member of the US Olympic Committee and hosts the competition every two years.

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On this #AestusWayWednesday, Coach Sam checks in with Kori Phillips.   Name and occupation and how long been at CFA:   Kori Phillips Project Lead/Software Test Manager at Lockheed Martin. Been with CFA for 14-15 months. 1. What brought you to Aestus? My awesome wife Amy Phillips researched you and joined. She loved it so much and we would come watch her and witness the camaraderie and support and that drew me to giving it a try. I honestly thought I couldn’t do it because I had knee problems and shin splint problems so it was a huge step for...

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