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Introducing the Open Sky Fitness Podcast!

Each week Rob Dionne and Jeff Meacham take your calls and discuss fitness, diet, and how you can live a healthier life. First episode premieres November 14, 2013. You can listen right here on the blog or, even better, subscribe on iTunes.

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Should I Run a Marathon With Open Sky Fitness?

The work outs are definitely getting harder, and we’re focusing more on strength now then cardio. I’m still at 161 pounds, which seems to be a skinny as my body will go, so I guess my dream of getting down to my Bar Mitzvah weight is out the window.

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Protein: Which Sources Are Best for The Body?- Ep. 192

On this episode of the Open Sky Fitness Podcast, we’re giving our full attention to one of the three macronutrients – PROTEIN. No matter your stance on nutrition (whether you’re Paleo, Keto, or Vegetarian), we can all agree on one thing – You should never drastically lower your intake of proteins. In this episode, we’ll discuss…

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How to Create Easy Meal Plans for Keto OPEN SKY FITNESS

How to Create Easy Meal Plans for Keto

This is a guest post by Louise Hendon, Co-Host of The Keto Summit and Author of The Essential Keto Cookbook.    Creating meal plans can take a lot of the stress out of your keto diet. You won’t find yourself stuck with an empty kitchen, an empty stomach, and no idea what meal to make.…

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Time Under Tension: How to Speed Up Muscle Growth- Ep. 190

“Tempo workouts allow you to really focus on your form. You shouldn’t be wavering, your knees shouldn’t be buckling, and you shouldn’t be trying to squeeze out that last rep unless the form is perfect. If you don’t have good form, lower the weight. Any new range of motion is a weak range of motion.”…

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Cell Phones: Health Risks and How to Avoid Them- Ep. 188

“For children, the cancer risks may be greater than for adults because of greater penetration and absorption of cell phone radiation in the brain’s of children and because the developing nervous system of children is more susceptible to tissue-damaging agents. Based on this new information, regulatory agents need to make strong recommendations for consumers to…

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7 Reasons to Batch Cook Frittatas

My Reasons for Batch Cook Frittatas Every morning I wake up and songbirds help me dress the children. Then, the whole family sits down to a gourmet, balanced breakfast as we sing merry songs. That’s how you start the day too, right? Like everyone, mornings are a struggle. Sometimes the kids, I have 2 toddler…

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