Issue 11 • March 2013

Dr 2 Dr: Diabetes Prevention

Sugar in the morning, sugar in the evening, sugar at supper time, good idea? Yes if it is hugs and kisses but the constant consumption of simple sugars in the body has devastating effects. During March, nutrition month, take the opportunity to educate your clients on what they can put …

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Issue 11 • March 2013

Gate River Run Awards

If you need a rea$on to pick up the pace at the Gate River Run or some motivation to train for next year, here ya go! TOP 10 FINISHERS Cash to the top ten men and women as follows: 1st $12,000 2nd $5,000 3rd $3,000 4th $2,000 5th $1,000 6th …

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Issue 11 • March 2013

Mobility Is A Necessity

Just as important as being strong & cardio-vascularly fit, is keeping your body mobile, healthy & free of injury. Here are FOUR ways CrossFitters are keeping mobile to prepare for the 2013 CrossFit Games Open Qualifier: Wall Facing Squats Arms may be placed overhead or at sides. Start at a …

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Food & NutritionIssue 11 • March 2013

Why your healthy whole grains could be making you sick

I’ve been researching different diets for years. When I started doing clinic work, I became bombarded with questions from patients about every diet imaginable. So I did what any doctor that cares about their patients should do, I bought books and read. I read books and research by leading doctors …

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Food & NutritionIssue 11 • March 2013

Eat Right, Your Way, Every Day.

Is a meat-free diet right for you? According to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, “the National Nutrition Month® 2013 theme, “Eat Right, Your Way, Every Day,” encourages personalized healthy eating styles and recognizes that food preferences, lifestyle, cultural and ethnic traditions and health concerns all impact individual food choices. …

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Jason Fe Langston
904's FittestIssue 11 • March 2013

904’s Fittest: Jason Fe Langston

Athlete Profile Name: Jason Fe Langston Age: 35 Birthdate: 11/06/77 Height: 5’8” Weight: 155lb Each month I am pleasantly surprised by the amazing people we share Jacksonville with. This month I had the chance to meet Jason Langston. Over the years you may have heard of him as the one …

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Johanna Bienvenue Girarde
Issue 11 • March 2013

I am an Ironman

In January, 904Fitness asked, “what would you do if you knew you could not fail in 2013?” and challenged Jacksonville residents to consider the Ironman, the grueling 140.6 mile endurance challenge. 21 people stepped up to the challenge and PTS Sports, in conjunction with Lululemon, took over coaching. Over the …

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Issue 11 • March 2013

Preparing for the Runway

You can only imagine the interesting questions I’ve gotten over the years, the primary ones I receive from young ladies and their mothers are how to get famous, how to be on TV, and how to break into the fashion industry. The biggest struggle I find with these aspiring models …

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Issue 11 • March 2013

Marathon High Trains Local Teens for the 26.2 with Donna Half-Marathon… and Life

If you see teenagers running around town, with bright red shirts, cheer extra loud for them! These students are part of Marathon High. A regional nonprofit program dedicated to empowering high school students throughout Northeast Florida by training for and completing a half-marathon. The goal of this program is to …

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