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The Last Diet Advice You’ll Ever Need to Hear!

The Last Diet Advice You’ll Ever Need to Hear!

Authored By Matt Trammel 0 Comment(s)

Keto, Atkins, South Beach, Vegan, Paleo, Weight Watchers… blah, blah, blah…the list of fad diets and meal plan strategies goes on and on. Don’t get me wrong, I know that some of them have helped people lose weight and get healthier. But in my almost twenty years of personal training and dealing with people’s fitness goals, the “diet” word triggers me to the degree of therapy llamas, playdoh, and coloring books. Today I want to open your eyes to keeping it simple. You don’t need a Ph.D. in nutrition to make smart decisions when it comes to how you eat....

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Rest

Rest

Authored By Matt Trammel 0 Comment(s)

Genesis 2:2 – “On the seventh day God had finished his work of creation, so he rested from all his work.” Who has time to rest?! Apparently, the Creator of the universe thought it was important… on this seventh day, He is setting an example for us to understand that rest is a critical part of what it means to be human. Let’s discuss the importance of physical and mental rest. I recently returned home from a two-week vacation to Florida. My parents live on Merritt Island, so every year we spend a week with them and then spend a...

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Where Do I Start?!

Where Do I Start?!

Authored By Matt Trammel 0 Comment(s)

            The vast majority of New Year’s resolutioners have come and gone. Now there’s a new wave of people coming to the gym. Summer is coming!!! I don’t know many people that would say they wouldn’t want to look better in their bathing or birthday suit… whether it’s for your upcoming cruise or your days at the community pool, people are chasing the elusive “beach body.” With the new summer rush comes the normal confusion and “gym-timidation” that people can feel when wanting to begin their fitness journey. Today I’ll discuss some initial steps to...

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Life in the Dash

Life in the Dash

Authored By Matt Trammel 1 Comment(s)

As a pastor's kid, it was sometimes difficult to listen to your dad at home, then go to church and have to listen to him there as well. To all my PK’s (preacher’s kids), I have much love for you! Growing up, you don’t always want to listen to your parents, but when they’re your parent and your pastor, things can get interesting. Most sermons were simply static noise while I was trying to beat my friends at tic-tac-toe or rock-paper-scissors. But there’s one sermon that as I’ve gotten some life under my belt, resonates with me more than the...

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Disconnect

Disconnect

Authored By Matt Trammel 0 Comment(s)

I’m not old enough to remember “the party line” … but I very much remember the days of call waiting and dial-up internet. I remember rehearsing our answering machine greeting with my sister… “Hi, this is Matt. Hi, this is Emily. We’re the Trammel’s! Leave a message please!” It must’ve taken a hundred times to get those few sentences right. My first cell phone was given to me as a high school graduation present. It was the flip phone, StarTAC, and could only hold fifty numbers. I remember when I got my first “texting package” of fifty texts A MONTH…...

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