OneHealthyBod Fitness Expo 2014

OneHealthyBod Fitness Expo 2014



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Thrive Magazine (March/April)

8 - other things your trainer wishes to tell you!!

Twenty Something Magazine

Twenty Something Magazine



Featuring Jessica with OneHealthyBod


pg. 112-113

OneHealthyBod Tornado Victim Donations


OneHealthyBod Clients
We will be taking donations tomorrow for the victims of the Moore tornados. Please bring anything you would like to donate to:
Lighthouse Sports Fitness & Health
3333 West Hefner Road
Oklahoma City, OK 73120
Items Needed:
Bottle Water
Work Clothes
Baby Formula
Hand Towels
Very Truly Yours
Steve and Jessica








Apples v. Caffeine


Apple v. Caffeine


Low on energy today? Grab a small apple! An apple contains about 13 grams of sugar and is full of vitamins that your body needs. The sugar in an apple has a similar effect in the body as caffeine does and it's healthy! It may not kick that coffee routine but it does offer a healthy alternative to staying awake without the jolt of energy, mood swing or crash. The crunch and scent of an apple also awakens the body! So next time you want to reach for that coffee or energy drink, try a fresh apple instead.

OneHealthyBod has partnered with local partners,Elevation Trampoline Park to bring you Trampoline Bootcamp, a unique form of full-body, full-fun workout.

Trampoline Bootcamp is a high intensity class that is low impact and will have your heart pumping and blood flowing! This class combines cardiovascular and muscular endurance with strength training and fun, fun, fun, to give you an overall body workout unlike anything you have ever experienced. No other workout compares if your goal is to burn calories, get in shape and have fun! 

Trampoline Bootcamp is an advanced aerobic class, and is for ages 18 and older.

According to a NASA study performed by scientists A. Bhattacherya, E. P. McCutcheon, E. Shavartz, and J. E. Greenleaf, exercise on a trampoline can be up to 68% more effective than jogging. N.A.S.A., Journal of Applied Physiology 49(5): 881-887

As always: prior to beginning any form of new exercise, it is recommended you consult with your physician.

Classes Forming Now!

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Quick Tip!

Steer clear of pre-packaged fruit yogurts, which can be filled with 2 candy bars worth of excess sugar. Instead, add fresh fruit to plain yogurt to give your breakfast some sweetness. Try plain Greek Yogurt, it's a great healthy snack and full of protein!


Bananas contain three natural sugars - sucrose, fructose and glucose - combined with fiber. A banana gives an instant, sustained and substantial boost of energy. Research has proved that just two bananas provide enough energy for a strenuous 90-minute workout. No wonder the banana is the number one fruit with the world's leading athletes.


A Banana Contains:

 86 calories in a medium banana

1 gram of protein

3 grams of dietary fiber

26.9 g carbohydrates

23.9 g sugar

467 mg Potassium

43 mg Magnesium

27 mg Phosphorus

7 mg Calcium

1.3 mcg Selenium

.4 mg Iron

Also trace amounts of zinc, manganese and copper

95 IU Vitamin A

11 mg Vitamin C

22.5 mcg Folate (important during pregnancy)

.7mcg Vitamin B6

.6 mg Niacin

.31 mg Pantothenic Acid

.67 IU Vitamin E