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  • Jordan Vezina
    Let’s take a look at a new wearable fitness tracker that has a lot more under the hood than you might think. Jordan VezinaJordan Vezina is the founder and co-owner of Average To Elite Performance in Palo Alto, CA. A former infantry Marine and bodyguard Jordan is no stranger to hard training, and over time has developed a myriad of methods that have allowed him to continue pushing his limits without picking up the nagging
  • Jordan Vezina
    This is a 3-part series on what I do each day to stay in top condition in my forties. Jordan VezinaJordan Vezina is the founder and co-owner of Average To Elite Performance in Palo Alto, CA. A former infantry Marine and bodyguard Jordan is no stranger to hard training, and over time has developed a myriad of methods that have allowed him to continue pushing his limits without picking up the nagging aches and pains
  • Jordan Vezina
    Author: Jordan Vezina ​Jordan​ is the founder and co-owner of Average To Elite Performance in Palo Alto, California. A former Marine and bodyguard Jordan is now a Z-Health Master Trainer and kettlebell specialist who spends his spare time writing novels and watching his dog sleep. ​​I was an infantry Marine in a special unit from 1997-2001. Then I went active in the reserves in 2005 while I was also working in executive protection and later
  • Jordan Vezina
    Author: Jordan Vezina ​Jordan​ is the founder and co-owner of Average To Elite Performance in Palo Alto, California. A former Marine and bodyguard Jordan is now a Z-Health Master Trainer and kettlebell specialist who spends his spare time writing novels and watching his dog sleep. ​I started working with the ketogenic diet in April of 2019. This was after a long history of studying nutrition and trying all sorts of different approaches. Why did I
  • Jordan Vezina
    In the next few blog posts we’re going to be talking about how to create changes in body composition. For most of you this will be defined as losing body fat and building muscle. An important point is that “building muscle” does not mean getting bigger. While muscle size may moderately increase, what we’re talking about it more along the lines of increasing density which improves the ability to burn fat. Most people are not

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