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5 Common Mistakes That Might Prevent You From Reaching Your Pull-Up Goals

The pull-up is one of my favorite exercises, and for an abundance of reasons. To state the obvious, pull-ups are tremendous for improving upper body strength, muscle definition, and lumbo-pelvic stability (the ability for the body to maintain proper support around the lower spine and pelvis during movement), as a pull-up executed to perfection essentially […]

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How Social Media Creates a Fear of Missing Out (And What To Do About It)

FOMO — or the fear of missing out — has become a pattern in today’s world. We are constantly on our phones, glued to social media feeds and checking what other people are up to. The more updates we see, the more anxious we feel. We see people living this exciting life, achieving this new milestone, doing that exciting activity. We feel like we are...

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The Real Estate Investor Sec. 199A Deduction

If you’re a real estate investor, you’ve probably already wondered whether you get a real estate investor Sec. 199A deduction. (You do.) And then also how the deduction works. (Er, it’s complicated.) Accordingly, in this post I explain how the deduction works. And when it doesn’t work. I’ll also discuss why some people think you […]

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How to Assess Your Postpartum Client

A woman’s body goes through significant physiological and psychological changes during pregnancy, and labor and delivery. As a health and fitness professional, you have a duty to understand: How your client’s body changes during pregnancy Any potential birth trauma they may have experienced How to help them rehab and recover post-pregnancy How to help them […]

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Coaching & Training Women Academy Spotlight: Kimberly Boal

Name: Kimberly Boal Age: 52 Location: Pennsylvania What was your first thought when you learned about the Coaching & Training Women Academy and the Pre- & Postnatal Coaching Certification? When I first found out about the Coaching & Training Women Academy, I thought “Finally! There is going to be a resource for women, by women where […]

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Butter Chicken Recipe

Butter chicken is a comforting and nourishing meal that has become a family favorite these last few months. The chicken is marinated in yogurt, vindaloo spice blend, and lemon juice and then combined with caramelized onions, broth, tomatoes and cream to create a luxurious meal. With a recipe like this, I’m pretty sure many of […]

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International Tax Reform: Key Changes from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

Editor’s note: This week, CPA Moses Man discusses elements of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act related to international tax reform, focusing on those tax law changes that impact small multinational businesses. Thanks Moses! This blog post highlights the key changes in international tax laws under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. I highlight four […]

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