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5 Apr

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9 Jan

One on one training – buddy workouts.

Last workout for 2015

31 Dec

Just finished my last workout for 1015.

Looking forward to what’s ahead in 2016. New beginnings.

I am going to commit to the best eating, increasing my strength training, heavier lifts, showing up to be the best trainer I can be to all of my AMAZING clients.

Happy New Year Everyone!

Nutrition is the battle. 

11 Sep

Change will happen…….when you’re ready. Here’s to 2015, keeping off 115 pounds!

31 Dec

We gotta want it, to make change happen. It also needs to be when you are ready, otherwise it will be that roller coaster ride of dieting and beating yourself up for gaining weight, losing weight, gaining weight. (Be kind to yourself.)

In my nine years as a personal trainer I know this.  I truly believe it, and this client, I’ll call her Jane, is such a great example of making change happen in her life to get the results she wanted. I am excited to spotlight my client Jane in 2015, KEEPING OFF 115 pounds!

Jane has been with me for five years now, and I am so proud of her and her dedication to keeping off 115 pounds! The biggest change in her journey with me has been her nutrition, cutting out flour and sugar. Some of us don’t work out every day or even once a week, therefore, nutritional choices are critical. What has transformed Jane is her nutritional choices and working out with me for five years.

This week when Jane and I were training, I was asking her about the journey she has been on with Ace Morgan Fitness. I was trying to get an idea of what is still working for her.  She said: “Working out today really keeps me in my body.” I really see Jane in her body today. As a personal trainer I am helping my clients to connect; mind, body, and spirit.

I love to see the confidence and postural changes in my clients, it’s one of the most rewarding experiences. Seeing clients walk into room and truly own it, chin high and shoulders back. I can see the progression from the first intake with that client to their stellar presence today.IMG_9798

I’m looking forward to showing up for my clients, being a witness, and their personal trainer in 2015.

Thank You for all of your hard work.

Move better, feel great!

– Ace Morgan

Ace Morgan Fitness, three time winner “Best of the Bay: Best  Personal Trainer” San Francisco Bay Guardian  

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

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10 Mar

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