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Protein Banana Bread

If you're anything like me, you occasionally buy more bananas than you can eat. Once they've pasted their prime, I typically enjoy freezing bananas and using them to add thickness and flavor to my protein shakes. This time, however, I decided to experiment by creating a protein banana bread. The result? An amazingly healthy, delicious and easy-to-make comfort food! It's...

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Non-Scale Victories

Non-scale victories are the best! Too often, when it comes to weight loss, we get caught up in the numbers. One day you are down a pound, the next you are up a half pound. So you avoid weighing yourself for a few days only to find out that once you do, your weight is down 2 pounds. What gives?...

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My Fitness Transformation

A lot of time has passed since I was the girl in the high school gym, holding a tennis racket, wearing a XXL t-shirt and an extra 40+ pounds on my 5'11.5" frame. I came across this photo, along with some others, in recent years. Several times I have explored the possibility of sharing them, one day, when I was "ready."...

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Hustle, Rest, Repeat

In a world that encourages you to "just do it" - with no excuses, while going hard, after hustling (and before grinding), a rest day can feel like giving up. Years ago, I supported the notion of working out seven days a week. I was convinced that every workout had to be as difficult, if not more so, than the previous. Over time,...

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The Work-Workout Balance

Work hard and the results will come, right? Kind of. If your goal is to get in shape, then yes, you will have to work hard in the gym (or wherever you fit in your fitness). But you will also have to balance your diet and make sure your sleep schedule is on point. Likewise, there is more to it...

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What is Megan Meisner Fitness?

In a world that encourages you to "just do it" - with no excuses, while going hard, after hustling (and before grinding), a rest day can feel like giving up. Years ago, I supported the notion of working out seven days a week.  I was convinced that every workout had to be as difficult, if not more so, than the previous.  Over time, physical...

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