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Low Fat, Low Carb, BLAH, BLAH, BLAH

Posted by Rob Campbell on November 3, 2017 at 3:55 PM Comments comments (0)

Packaged brand name specialty food products are everywhere you turn nowadays. They have flooded the store aisles of every major grocery store. They have pretty packages and they boast claims to serve up all sorts of health and fitness benefits. There are tons of


What if you found that the package and the marketing for your favorite product was actually all lies? What if you found out that what you are eating is not even really food at all? What if you found out that your favorite "foods" where actually the leading cause of illnesses and health complications?

See these videos for some great insight into this important matter.




Robert W. Campbell II

Master Trainer



Posted by Rob Campbell on October 23, 2017 at 10:00 AM Comments comments (0)

At SuperPHIT we structure our group and personal training to achieve maximum results in a resonable timeframe. With our training regimens we have factored in the need to build each person up in a way that will be beneficial for life. That involves speeding the metabolism, increasing flexibility and strengthening the body inside and out. 

Strong is not just for athletes. Strong is for everyone who loves themselves and wants to live a long, productive and enjoyable life. The better shape you are in physically, the more reasons to feel better emotionally. 

Let's all get STRONG this year!

Carb Up!

Posted by Rob Campbell on December 22, 2014 at 6:35 AM Comments comments (0)

The Right Carbs for Weight Loss - Eat complex carbohydrates instead of simple sugars for a leaner body. Your body is in constant need of carbohydrates to be converted into glucose and used as fuel. When your body has extra glucose, it will be stored as fat for later use. Complex carbohydrates, such as whole grains, legumes, and vegetables, take longer to break down into glucose and will therefore be less likely to be stored as fat as compared to simple carbohydrates such as table sugar or fruit sugar.


Posted by Rob Campbell on December 22, 2014 at 6:30 AM Comments comments (0)

Rest and Re-energize - Not enough sleep can dramatically affect your current and future health. While you sleep your body is recovering and resting from all the things you have done during your day. Your serotonin levels are brought back in line, your muscles relax, and your mind is allowed to clear itself in preparation for the next day's events. If you are not getting enough rest, you will begin to notice it in a physical way. While there is no perfect number in terms of hours of sleep, 8 hours should be your target each and every night.

Go Green!

Posted by Rob Campbell on December 22, 2014 at 6:25 AM Comments comments (0)

Adding Green Decaf Tea to your diet has been shown to provide several health benefits that include metabolizing fat, supporting digestion, and also adding a good source of antioxidants. Green Tea can be sweetened with natural Stevia as an alternative in keeping with a NO Calorie beverage choice for your meal plan.

Hold The Salt Please

Posted by Rob Campbell on December 22, 2014 at 6:20 AM Comments comments (0)

Sodium and Your Diet - Who doesn't like the taste of salt? As a way of lowering your blood pressure, keeping salt in your meal plan in check is another important way to support your overall health. Read labels, and watch out for prepared foods that contain large amounts of salt such as soups, snacks, and even some sodas. If you are craving salt, try enhancing your food flavor with fresh squeezed lemon or lime juice or some NO sodium or low sodium seasoning.


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