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Welcome To Elite Human Performance

Customer Testimonials

Christian – I can not tell you how excited Kathy and I were this morning when we went for our evaluation. I feel like I have won the Oscar!! We are so thrilled. Thank you! In two boot camps I have lost 30.2 pounds – thank you so much for your support.” – Aaron

How excited Kathy and I were this morning when we went for our evaluation. I feel like I have won the Oscar!! We are so thrilled. Thank you! In two boot camps I have lost 30.2 pounds – thank you so much for your support. It is an awesome program! I am off to the outer banks for a week to celebrate. – Aaron

Movers and Shakers

If you like to spend more time on the sofa than on the treadmill-blame your mother. New research suggests it’s not your fault. You may be genetically programmed to be sedentary, while skinny people are just naturally motivated to get up and dance.

Read to Me

“Again! Again! Again!” The familiar cry of a toddler at bedtime pierces the peaceful evening air. Whether it’s Pat the Bunny or Hop on Pop, parents will soon have the story memorized as children beg for more. What may seem like stalling to stay awake just a few minutes later is actually a vital learning activity for little ones. Parents, this time it’s ok to spoil your kids and feel good about it too.

Get Happy and Get Healthy

Everyone wants to be healthy, and most people would like to be happy.
But does being happy make you healthier or does being healthy make you happier?
While this question may be difficult to answer, the two do seem to go hand in hand.

How to Save When You Buy a Home

Buying a home is expensive. In fact, for most people it’s the biggest purchase they’ll ever make. While some costs are unavoidable, it’s important to save money wherever you can.

The Link Between Insomnia and Alzheimer’s Disease

A recent study has indicated that poor sleep may not just be a symptom of Alzheimer’s Disease, but also a contributing factor. Research indicates that poor sleep may cause an increasing number of amyloid plaques to build up in the brain, and these plaques are associated with Alzheimer’s Disease.