Member Stories – Justin F. Echols

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“Justin has overcome many obstacles in his life and we are thankful he is part of the BL community. He is very talented and has a unique story. Take time to listen and see for yourself. If you see him in the gym he will be working hard with a smile on his face.”  – Haley, NASM CPT and Owner, …

Survivor Spotlight: Susan Boggs

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Life is filled with storms. Some rougher than others. Breast Cancer is a storm that we hope most won’t have to endure. However, it is a cancer that is far too common in our society and many have gone through the battle or are going through it currently. As a society we tend to normalize this type of cancer because …

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Kole Siroky – Welcome to the Team!

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Originally from Kansas, Kole Siroky had a brief Career in Chicago, Illinois as an intern stock broker at a firm in downtown Chicago. This job consisted of sitting at a desk, working on computers – with virtually no exercise. His health and weight suffered and he knew he needed a change. When he got the news that his daughter, Payton, …

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The What, When, and Why of Post-Workout Nutrition

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Post workout nutrition is just as important as the workout itself, if not more. We’ve always heard that what we eat is way more effective on our body and the results we strive for than exercise, and that’s true. What to Eat What I found to be the best things to eat/drink for post-workout nutrition is an animal-based protein such …

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Breast Cancer Awareness – Jacki Dargen

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1. What is your name, age, and background? Jacki Dargen, 56 years old. I’m a Mom of three wonderful kids, Ashley 34, Ryan 32, and Kelsea 27, and I also have two amazing stepsons, Drew 34, and Max 29. 2. When were you diagnosed and at what age? I was diagnosed in December 2014 at age 53. 3. How was the cancer …