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Stressed out?

11 Nov

In my 13 years as a personal trainer, people walk into a session either stressed out or at a bottom in their lives, at a bottom with weight loss or in their personal lives outside of physical fitness.

I have never heard a client say “I feel terrible,” or “I am more stressed out,” after a training session, In fact after getting in a great workout my clients tell me that they feel so much better. Studies have proven over and over, that when we elevate our heart rate and work our muscles we feel better, we are creating brain function and detoxing and so much more.

I know it takes a lot of work to get in the door, get out of that comfort zone, hitting a bottom is vulnerable, that’s why I like to create an atmosphere that says, “come as you are” I will meet you where ever you’re at.

Ask me about my complementary intake.

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Oakland

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Have a great week ahead!

If your in northern or Southern California like I am, stay indoors or wear that mask.

Be Well,

Move better, feel great!

-Ace Morgan

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Bone broth – Seven reasons

4 Aug

Seven reasons to make it, drink it and feel better from it, Bone broth.

It is so cheap and easy to make.

# 1 reduces joint pain – this is because of the chondroitin sulphates, glucosamine, boiled down from the cartilage.

# 2 Helps inflammation – Amino acids such as glycine, proline, and arginine all have anti-inflammatory effects. Glycine also has calming effects which help you sleep better.

# 3 Promotes strong, healthy bones – There are high amounts of calcium, magnesium, and other nutrients that play a big role in bone formation.

# 4 Helps fight colds and flu viruses.

# 5 Helps digestion – Leaky gut.

# 6 Easy to make 

# 7 Healthier than buying supplements

Here are some photos of my process and the recipe.

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Here are the bones 31/2 pounds, put in a crock pot

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Pour a table spoon or two on the bones, it helps pull out the nutrients.

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Fill the crock pot up with water.

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This is the bones in the crock-pot boiling for 30 hours.

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I put in in containers for the freezer and for my fridge…….and

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containers to give away.

31/2 pounds of organic grass fed bones

– Three carrots

– Three table spoons of apple cider vinegar 

– 7 cloves of garlic

– Three stocks of celery 

cooked in the crock pot for 24-30 hours.

ENJOY!

Ace Morgan Fitness