All posts by: Josh Jarmin

About Josh Jarmin

Originally from Washington, D.C. (NOVA) Josh moved to Atlanta to be a Middle School history teacher after graduating from James Madison University. He joined the Marine Corps infantry as a reservist and served in Iraq honorably. Josh then turned his attention to personal training after his tour in order to help others reach their health/fitness goals. At one point he was 275lbs and 28% body fat. Now he's 195lbs and 13.5% body fat. Josh worked for several fitness facilities in Atlanta and developed a loyal following of trainees. He's created a training program of his own personal design and has established himself as one of the top kettlebell and body movement experts in the Atlanta area. Josh is currently the Co-Owner and Director of Fitness at Blueprint Fitness.

There’s no getting around it, at some point you’ll need to stop and pick up a bite to eat on the road. No, gas station food isn’t the ideal source for healthy meals. However, when left with no choice can you still make healthier choices aside from a Slurpee, bag of chips, and a hotdog? […]

I’m not a parent but I have 3 nieces and have noticed how “wonderful” it is to see my brother and sister-in-law get them to eat their food. Getting your kids to eat isn’t so much of a chore when it’s food they like. However, food they like and food that’s good for them are […]

Fasting has played a part in humanity since the beginning, from survival to religious practices. In recent years much attention has been given to the health benefits of fasting. However, this runs contrary to a “pop culture” belief that eating at regular intervals is ideal for health. Is that true? The answer is both yes […]

Most trainers and exercise enthusiasts have their favorite toy: barbells, kettlebells, dumbbells, and more. Your choice of why a specific piece of gear is your favorite is not right or wrong, it’s merely your preference. It’s what you’ve grown accustomed to using and helps you enjoy training and, ideally, achieving your fitness goals. But, is […]

 
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