Resources

The Miller Method

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The Miller Method is an alternative to the fad dieting and exercise strategies that plague the industry and unique in that it focuses on FAT LOSS, not simply weight loss, and does so by tailoring the dietary intake and composition to each person’s unique metabolism. On the most basic level, fat loss is a math problem, and a knowledge of one’s own metabolism is critical to designing an eating strategy that will not only produce results, but also will be one that can be sustained forever. Julie is an affiliate of the Miller Method.

MorGainz Fitness

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MorGainz Fitness is a 24-7 accessible fitness facility in Richland Township, Westmont, and Ebensburg Pennsylvania. MorGainz Fitness (originally known as Richland Fitness) caters to all levels of athletes and has removed any possible excuse people use to not go to the gym. MorGainz Fitness is a family-oriented facility. 
Their motto is “No More Excuses.” 

Saint Francis University
Human Performance Lab

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Situated in the rural mountains of Pennsylvania, the DiSepio Institute for Rural Health and Wellness at Saint Francis University is home to the Human Performance Lab. The Human Performance Lab offers health and fitness assessments, including RMR and body composition, that can assist individuals in reaching their athletic potential, or understanding their risk of developing chronic medical conditions, such as cardiovascular disease, obesity, and diabetes.

Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Department of Kinesiology, Health & Sport Science

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The Kinesiology, Health, and Sport Science Department at IUP is a diverse and interdisciplinary department that offers multiple nationally accredited programs of study designed to provide educational experiences that encourage lifetime health, fitness, and physical activity. They offer fitness assessment tests including RMR and body composition.

Dr. Mark Sloniger
Department of Kinesiology, Health and Sport Science
sloniger@iup.edu
724-357-5508