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“A Powerlifting Story” The MoorePower Series is returning to PHF for it’s SIXTH installment. As with each MoorePower event, this one is shaping up to be even better than the last! As always the event will be limited to 30 lifters and is not open to the public and will be organized as a traditional powerlifting event. Returning to the event is radio personality Allen Scott and the MC, Dr. Jen Hood as the official meet photographer, former Broadway star Melissa Moore as our scorer, 2021 Weightlifting National Champion Brandon Davis as one of the judges, World Record Holder and 2022 National Champion Robert Moore as judge and spotter, 2022 National Champion and National Record Holder Emily Douglas as a judge and spotter and 2022 National Champion and State Record Holder Adam Moore as the meet director and head judge. Joining us for this installment is National and State Record...
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Athletes from the Powerlifting programs and the MooreMuscle Barbell Club put on a display at the USPA Drug Tested National Championships this past weekend. Each year, the United States Powerlifting Association puts on a competition between the best of the best natural powerlifters in their ranks in the Drug Tested National Championships. This past Memorial Day weekend, nearly 900 powerlifters invaded Atlanta Georgia and filled the Westin Peachtree Hotel will camaraderie, fun, great vendors and monstrous displays of strength. Members of PHF and the MooreMuscle Barbell Club were lucky enough to qualify and compete at this event and their performances did not disappoint. Emily Douglas, Bob Moore, Josh Guy and Adam Moore left the weekend with three National Champion Titles and multiple World, National and Maryland State Records. More than that, they left an impression on the meet directors, judges and their fellow athletes by supporting other competitors in the...
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Look down at your arm. They are on you right now. Actually, they are everywhere: on your teeth, in your mouth, on your skin. Relax, I am talking about bacteria. Now you start thinking that bacteria must be bad, but this is not always true. Our body has good bacteria that you can’t live without. In fact, we have good bacteria more than bad bacteria! Your body is home to over 100 trillion good bacteria. The type of good bacteria we will talk about today lives within your gut. Yes, you guessed it right: probiotics. Probiotics are bacteria in your gut that offer many benefits, including healthy digestion and killing the bad bacteria. The probiotic supplement industry is a million-dollar industry. Therefore, this article will dissect probiotics and answer this question: Do we really need to supplement with probiotics? Probiotics vs. Prebiotics Before we dig into the great details, we...
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Habits Of Fit People It’s not a surprise that people who go to the gym tend to be in better shape than those who don’t. And without a doubt, the reason why they are healthier and fit resides within their habitual life! But what are the specific habits of people who make fitness a priority? This is exactly what we’re discussing in today’s article! Keep reading and steal some of these habits from the fittest people around! #1 Waking up Early Most people who are into fitness have one common goal: waking up early. This is because they understand that waking up early is one of the key habits of fit people. When you wake up early, you have more time to work out, eat a healthy breakfast, and get on with your day. Waking up early also allows you to avoid the temptation to skip breakfast or hit the...
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If there’s one thing that almost everyone in the gym can agree on, it’s that losing weight is a heck of a lot easier than gaining muscle. And while there are certainly exceptions to this rule, for the most part, it’s true. So if you’re looking to drop a few pounds before summer hits, read on – you’re in luck! In this post, we’ll take a look at some of the reasons why fat loss is typically easier than muscle gain and offer up a few tips to help you get started. Ready to learn? Let’s go! Why Do We Gain Fat To start, let’s do a brief analysis of both processes to understand what they require. First and foremost, it would be essential to understand the primary function of subcutaneous body fat (the fat that makes us look fluffy.) That is, its energy-storage function! You heard it right –...
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