ASSESS YOUR NUTRITION

When people come to him looking for dietary advice, US Navy veteran Sean Mageau, fitness manager at Darien in Connecticut, asks them questions that allow for self-reflection. Assess yourself by answering the below, then spending some time considering your answers and how you could make positive changes. When people come to him looking for dietary advice, US Navy veteran Sean Mageau, fitness manager at Darien in Connecticut, asks them questions that allow for self-reflection. Assess yourself by answering the below, then spending some time considering your answers and how you could make positive changes. When people come to him looking for dietary advice, US Navy veteran Sean Mageau, fitness manager at Darien in Connecticut, asks them questions that allow for self-reflection. Assess yourself by answering the below, then spending some time considering your answers and how you could make positive changes.  1. Which part of the day do you feel you eat the healthiest? What about the least healthy?  2. What things cause you to eat less healthy? More healthy? 3. How would your health, body composition, and/or athletic performance improve if you made changes to your eating habits?

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We’ve gone online. From last-minute basics to designer indulgences, this is where fitness and fashion intersect.
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ASSESS YOUR NUTRITION

When people come to him looking for dietary advice, US Navy veteran Sean Mageau, fitness manager at Darien in Connecticut, asks them questions that allow for self-reflection. Assess yourself by answering the below, then spending some time considering your answers and how you could make positive changes. When people come to him looking for dietary advice, US Navy veteran Sean Mageau, fitness manager at Darien in Connecticut, asks them questions that allow for self-reflection. Assess yourself by answering the below, then spending some time considering your answers and how you could make positive changes. When people come to him looking for dietary advice, US Navy veteran Sean Mageau, fitness manager at Darien in Connecticut, asks them questions that allow for self-reflection. Assess yourself by answering the below, then spending some time considering your answers and how you could make positive changes.  1. Which part of the day do you feel you eat the healthiest? What about the least healthy?  2. What things cause you to eat less healthy? More healthy? 3. How would your health, body composition, and/or athletic performance improve if you made changes to your eating habits?
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Core move: boat hold punches

Erika Hammond merges abs work with boxing in her Crunches and Punches class from Rumble, newly launched on Variis. “They go hand in hand: strong core, strong punches,” says Hammond. Balance on your glutes with legs long for boat hold punches. If you need a modification, bend the legs, but don’t drop them. Do them for 30-second bursts.
Erika Hammond merges abs work with boxing in her Crunches and Punches class from Rumble, newly launched on Variis. “They go hand in hand: strong core, strong punches,” says Hammond. Balance on your glutes with legs long for boat hold punches. If you need a modification, bend the legs, but don’t drop them. Do them for 30-second bursts.

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