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Welcome to the Summit Strength Blog!

Thank you for checking out the Summit Strength blog. My name is Joe Mills, owner of Summit Strength, and I will be the man behind the curtain (or is it computer?) operating this page. If you’d like to know more about myself or the gym, please see our “About” page.

There will be three blog posts weekly. One on Monday, one on Wednesday, and one on Friday. The Monday post will always be centered around nutrition and will include a recipe with macronutrient information. The Wednesday post will be geared toward improving performance in Summit, and will be a fitness tip of some sort. Friday’s post will be a jumble of my favorite articles found around the web during the week. Most of these articles will be health and fitness focused, but just to keep things fun there will probably be some other topics involved, as well.

Again, thanks for visiting the page. I hope you enjoy the posts, and if at any time you have a suggestion, or would like to be a guest blogger, please let me know! My email is joe.mills@summit-strength.com

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How do You Eat Enough Protein Without Meat

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What matters more for long term health – intensity or consistency? By the title of this post, you can probably guess that consistency is the answer. Unfortunately, learning how to stay consistent is arguably tougher than being intense. If you go to the gym and do ten 100 yard sprints, squats, and bench press, you … more »

Top Member Tips for Healthy Living

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Working Out While Pregnant: Part 3

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