Introducing AXIOM University: School of Fitnessolgy!

January 4, 2012

Welcome to AXIOM University: School of Fitnessology. We are committed to bring you the latest information in the fitness industry. It’s our belief if we educate you and expand your knowledge about fitness and nutrition you will achieve greater results.

All of us at AXIOM have a wealth of knowledge, education, and real world experience when it comes to bringing you the best fitness experience possible. We would love the chance to be able to reach out to as many people as possible and share with you the most cutting edge information available to date.

You have many options and resources to turn to when it comes to learning more about fitness and nutrition. We would like to think you would come to us first because this is what we do every day. We love learning about all aspects of fitness and strive to incorporate only the best training and nutrition principals into our programming.

We will steer you into the right direction and will answer all your questions. This is an open forum for everyone who wants to gain more knowledge and information. We want you to email us your questions, concerns, and any topics you would like to learn about. Email us at

Every week you will receive an email from AXIOM University on various topics that you will be able to incorporate into your life. So, please take advantage of us and let us help you achieve optimal fitness.

Are “Healthy” Foods Sabotaging Your Results?

Did you know that even “healthy” foods can be a problem for some people? There are certain foods-and it’s an individual thing-that once you start eating them, it’s very hard to stop.

For many, it’s pasta. Sure, you’ll cook the 100% whole wheat variety and sit down to a “healthy” meal, but unless you specifically portion out the amount your going to eat, you can easily end up downing half the box or more.

You see, if you’re not careful, “healthy” can easily turn into a massive calorie overload sent straight to your waistline.

These foods-those “Pringles” once-you-pop-you-can’t-stop foods-are what we refer to as “trigger foods” and if you’re going to consume them, you need to do so with a little bit of caution.

Here are just a couple trigger food tips:

1. Only consume trigger foods as an “individual” meal, not with the family. This allows you to cook (or reheat) an individual portion, and not be tempted by a huge serving bowl in front of you.

2. If you are cooking one of your trigger foods as a family meal, measure out a single portion and remove the serving bowl from the table. Tell your significant other “I’m not having seconds; hold me to it.” A little accountability goes a long way.

3. Never eat trigger foods directly from the box/bag/container. Always measure out a specific portion and then store the rest.

Put those 3 tips in place and you’ll avoid having a “healthy” food as the pitfall of getting great results.

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