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Kia Khadem

Fitness Professional, CSEP-CEP, MSc,

Kia is a personal trainer and an online fitness coach helping clients, both beginner and advanced, achieve their health and fitness goals. Kia enjoys working with clients to develop sustainable strategies through healthy lifestyle changes that suit their unique lifestyle and situation. 

Kia earned his Bachelor's degree in kinesiology from York Univesity and his Master's degree in kinesiology from A.T. Still University in with a focus on exercise psychology. He is Precision Nutrition Certified and is a Certified Exercise Physiologist through the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology.

In his spare time, Kia is usually reading about nutrition, strength training, or psychology at a new coffee shop in Toronto or watching re-runs of Seinfeld. 

He can be found at his website.
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The Definitive Guide To Working Out At Home

Working out at home might be just what you need to get back into the workout groove if work or life has started to get in the way. The convenience, privacy and comfort it offers kick a ton of "can't workout because X" excuses in the can and lets you take control of your health on your own time.
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Stop With The Generic Mindless Warm-Up

Expect your warmup routine to take a little longer at first when you start adding in these exercises. But after you run through them a few times it will take you no longer than 10 minutes to complete. If 10 minutes is still too long for you to spend on a proper warm-up, think about this: 
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10 Fitness Experts To Follow On Social Media

These women actually coach and don't just call themselves one on Instagram and Facebook. They help people like you and I (people with kids, full-time jobs, students etc.) look and feel awesome and get incredibly strong.
12/09/2015 04:01 EST
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Try These 2 Exercises for Tight and Strong Abs

A strong core not only looks good but also helps you get more out of your workouts. You're only as strong as your weakest link. So when you're core is weak, you're weak. Getting tight, strong abs doesn't need hundreds of sit-ups and five minute planks. I'm all about efficiency and I don't want to spend half a workout just working my abs.
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