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June 30, 2010 Newsletter

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June 30, 2010 

In This Issue
Dr. Tucker’s New E-Book Released!
Nutrition Column
Exercise Column

List of Seminars

Dr. Tucker’s teaching schedule 

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Dr. Jeffrey Tucker

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Posture and Mobility: Nine Steps to Assessing and Improving Your Health available – order now!

I am proud to announce the release of my e-book Posture and Mobility: Nine Steps to Assessing and Improving Your Health. Using self-assessment tests, you are guided through a progressive and safe format to increase your strength, range of motion, power and endurance. If you have been searching for a way to increase physical, optimal health, this book will help you.
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Protein Snacks

Twenty grams of protein is the magic number to ingest for muscle-building, half before and half after your workout.
Here’s a list of 5 great snack ideas.
Chicken, Turkey, or Tuna (3 oz)
14-22 grams protein
65-100 calories
Wrap it in a piece of lettuce or enjoy it by itself. Four slices of chicken or turkey provide 14 grams of protein, while half a can of tuna has nearly 22 grams of protein.
Eggs (three)
18-19 grams protein
230 calories
Hard-boiled eggs are most convenient, but eggs are easy to scramble. Put them in a grab & go container and enjoy a little before & after your workout. For those of you that know me, I have always thought eggs are a great food.
Chocolate 2% Milk (16 oz)
About 17 grams protein
333 calories
A study in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition shows that chocolate milk may be the ideal postworkout beverage for building muscle
FitFood protein powder shakes – Whey or Dairy-free, Soy-free (2 scoops in water)
21 grams protein
210 calories
Made by XYMOGEN FitFood supports healthy body composition; immune support; cardiovascular health; healthy glycemic management and weight management. Mix it with rice milk or almond milk instead of water if you want a bit more protein. Order by calling 1-800-647-6100 or online @ When ordering online use PIN # TUC500.
Greek Yogurt (5.3 oz container)
15 grams protein
80 calories
Greek-style yogurt is packed with protein. Skip yogurts with fruit and sugar; to add flavor, drop in a few berries, nuts or cottage cheese.

Exercise and Fat Loss…

A study performed by Jackson Davis et al., was published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning in 2008.

They took 2 groups of people:

One group did exercise consisting of a warm-up, resistance exercises at low heart rate (HR), aerobics, and a cool down. The other group did the same resistance exercises at a higher heart rate achieved by some intense cardio before each set, aerobics, and the same cool down.

The findings were awesome!

The more intense group showed a significant difference in heart rate, increased lower body
muscle strength and improved lower body endurance. They also showed an 82.2% increase in muscle gain. And the best result!  They had an almost 10-fold reduction in bodyfat.

I’ve perfected this style of training in my own workouts and the workouts of my clients to get maximum fatloss in just a 20 minutes a day. Many of the workouts take less than 20 minutes.

Read my article on 20 Minute Fat Loss Workouts

Is Your Chair Causing Your Low Back Pain? 

If you have a bad back it is critical to do these simple things….
Change Posture Frequently

This varies the location of the stress on your spine, instead of focusing all of it on the same area. The key is to maintain a neutral, natural arch in your low back. Try standing up every 20 minutes; try putting your feet up or leaning your chair back.


Aim For a Dozen ‘Arch-ups’ (Cobra in yoga) or Standing Backward Bends Every Day
Most lower-back problems come form prolonged flexion or leaning over like sitting in a slumped posture. Avoid prolonged flexion by standing up and arching backwards 4 times threes times daily. 
Squeeze Your Butt Muscles 

The gluteal muscles are often weak, especially if you have tight hamstrings and weak abdominals. By squeezing the glutes, you’ll automatically help stabilize your spine, which lowers your risk of back injuries.

Read more….

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Please stay committed to your health, fitness and nutrition efforts.
Warm regards,

Dr. Jeffrey Tucker

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