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Julie Michaelson is a nutrition coach, personal trainer and NPC figure competitor. Julie was also a featured body transformation on Muscle & Strength.
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About Julie Michaelson

Julie Michaelson is a nutrition coach, personal trainer and NPC figure competitor. Julie was also a featured body transformation on Muscle & Strength:

"I am a single mother of 4 children (Natalie 13, Brenden 6, Heather & Hannah 3), I am a fitness freak and entered the world of figure competitions in the fall of 2008. I am a personal trainer and nutrition coach. When I'm not spending time with my kids or training in the gym I love spending time with my friends, being outside in the Pacific NW and hanging at Ladro drinking amazing coffee!"

For more information on Julie Michaelson, check out her blog www.juliemichaelson.com.

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The Comeback Of Julie Michaelson Part 1
The Comeback Of Julie Michaelson Part 1
After a battle with diuretics, figure competitor Julie Michaelson is back and better than ever. Follow Julie as she makes her comeback to the stage.
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Sexy Health Equals Healthy Sex!
Sexy Health Equals Healthy Sex
Is your sex life suffering? Find out how exercise and weight training can dramatically improve the quality time you spend with your partner.
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Women: 5 Tricks For A Great 30 Minute Workout
Women: 5 Tricks For A Great 30 Minute Workout
Have a limited amount of time to workout? Try these 5 tips by Julie Michaelson and turn a short workout into an intense and effective training session!
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The Metabolic Circuit
The Metabolic Circuit
This fat burning circuit workout by Julie Michaelson raises your EPOC, allowing you to burn more calories after the workout is over.
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Sleep, Sleep Deprivation And Good Health
Learn how sleep deprivation impacts the body's hormonal balance, and can lead to depression, weight gain and numerous other health issues.
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Caffeine: How Strong Is Your Buzz?
Caffeine: How Strong Is Your Buzz?
How much caffeine is too much? How does caffeine impact hormones and fat loss? Find out now!
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My Experience With Diuretic Use
My Experience With Diuretic Use
Figure competitor Julie Michaelson openly talks about her experience with the use of the diuretic hydrochlorothiazide (HCTZ).
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The Butt Builder
The Butt Builder
Women - who doesn't want a firm and toned butt! Julie Michaelson tells you how to train for the perfect back side. Workout includes nutrition advice.
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Growing Wings: A Julie Michaelson Back Workout
Growing Wings: A Julie Michaelson Back Workout
Figure competitor Julie Michaelson provides nutrition advice, and an incredible back workout along with training tips.
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Lourdes
Posted Wed, 09/26/2012 - 20:03

I am 5", I weight 101lbs, and I am 35 years old. I am bony and carry most of my fat in my mid-section and back. How can I gain muscle all over but mainly on my thighs because they are super skinny. I excercise about six days a week. HELP!!!!??

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Daniela
Posted Sat, 10/06/2012 - 03:43

Hi Lourdes,
It sounds like you do a lot of cardio; you want to cut down and swap it for some heavy weights. If you start training the deep-tissue muscles in your legs (and elsewhere, as a choice for the recovery days for your legs), your body will start adding strength and size in those sexy areas and as a happy side-effect, the fat around your midsection will melt away.

So try to add heavy weights at least twice a week. The heaviest you can lift for 6 reps (5 sets). Do Romanian dead lifts, straight-legged dead lifts, weighted squats and some lunges. The seated leg-press machine is another good one.

Be sure to take a recovery shake straight after those workouts.
Happy body-sculpting!

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raninne
Posted Wed, 03/20/2013 - 18:33

pour moi cette femme est magnifique vraiment moi je suis une monitrice de sport et j'été malade et j'ai pas fait du sport depuis 1 ans mais ce reportage ma fait revive vraiment elle ma donner du courage pour trouvé ma vrais vie. merci beaucoup

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liza
Posted Tue, 04/01/2014 - 20:49

I love this wourkout really helped me do you have any thing similar to help my shoulders Iwant mushroom caps lol:)

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