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Matt Parsons Doctorate of Chiropractic from the Texas Chiropractic College 2004 Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Science Texas A&M 2000 Bachelor of Science human Biology Texas Chiropractic College 2004 Certified Strength and Fitness Specialist Nutrition Strength Conditioning Association Three Hundred Hours in Post Graduate Studies in Clinical Nutrition View Guest page

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The Last Show

May 31, 2013
Hosted by Marcus Aurelius

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To Boldly guide you where you have not gone before. To make you aware of the pit falls of the decision process of weather or not to work out and the consequences that come to those who decide not to. Perhaps working out is not for you however, living a healthy life should not be an option but a responsibility. Just because you cannot work out at this time does not give you the excuse not to at least live a healthy lifestyle. At least if not for you but for the lives of those you touch and love, like your children. Being healthy does affect your state of mind, your ability to work and it does affect your lifestyle. Be more than the entertainment of the television, the latest movie and your own electronic devices. Be more than you can be by having a life full of interaction with others and a life of fun by enjoying it, not wasting it. And find out truly what is important in life.

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I Don’t Want to be FAT!

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I Don’t Want to be FAT! will give you a road map to health, fitness, working out and diet. I will help you find what work out best suits you, through time constraints and your availability to help you establish your goals. We will talk about why diet is so important and why “dieting” is so dangerous. We will go over numerous subjects on fitness and health such as the misconceptions of sugars, what makes us fat and why, how to adopt a lifestyle for healthy living and more. We will touch on issues such as stress and how it affects your body. I will emphasize the importance of working out, and how it’s effects change as you age. We will talk about supplements, how they work and why they are so important to us today, even if we are eating right. We will also discuss the importance of minerals and why our foods today don’t have enough of them and how sustaining a good diet improves mental health and decision making.

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Marcus Aurelius

I am Marcus Aurelius. My first introduction to body building was at the age of 17 when I was introduced to my college mentor, Rob Serenja, at Cambourne Technical College in Cornwall, England. In 1986 I immigrated to America where I was able to pursue my dreams to become a body builder like my hero, Arnold Schwarzenegger, who I had the pleasure of training with for a little time at World’s Gym but I needed a job so I could live. With his help, and influences, I was hired on to my dream job as a personal trainer at Gold’s Gym in Los Angeles, California.

Since then, I moved to Austin, Texas, where I was able to work in many gyms throughout the Austin region. My most favorite gym I worked at was the East Communities YMCA because of its Christian standards and the people there were the greatest.

In 2007 I started my own gym, and now own Elgin Fitness in Elgin, Texas, where I specialize in personal training. I have a very loyal clientele base who support me and who I am. I’m very thankful for them because they were very supportive in my starting this show. Over the years, I have trained thousands of people who still do all they can to stay in contact with me.

I have always been highly respected and liked because of the insight I have been able to share, especially when it came to weight loss and fitness. Training has always been my passion and my gift. I hope through my extensive knowledge and experience from years of training I can touch your life too.

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