Project Description

Laura Hall

Trainer

Laura Hall authors a blog called Sprint 2 the Table that focuses on her (mostly) healthy lifestyle that is anything but mundane.  Laura seeks to prove that healthy living is not synonymous with “boring.”  She shares healthy recipes with “strange but good” flavor combinations, travel adventures, weekly tips on fitness training/nutrition, and observations as she competes as a NPC Figure Athlete.

Certifications:

-IAFS Ultimate Bodybuilding and Sports Nutrition Program
-IAFS Functional Training and Nutritional Program

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Featured Blog

A Meat Lover’s Guide to Meatless Dining

April 14th, 2017|Comments Off on A Meat Lover’s Guide to Meatless Dining

A Meat Lover’s Guide to Meatless Dining It’s no secret that plant-based diets are loaded with health benefits, from helping maintain a healthier weight to warding off a plethora of ailments and diseases. But not [...]

IGF-1, Protein, and Cancer—How They’re Connected

April 3rd, 2017|Comments Off on IGF-1, Protein, and Cancer—How They’re Connected

IGF-1, Protein, and Cancer—How They’re Connected For many of us, approaching middle age can be a wake-up call when it comes to health. As we get older, adopting a healthier lifestyle is more important than [...]

  • Growing Naturals, holiday weight management

Top Tips for Going Vegan

March 23rd, 2017|Comments Off on Top Tips for Going Vegan

Top Tips for Going Vegan If you’ve ever thought about incorporating more vegetarian dishes into your diet or making the leap to go vegan, you’re onto something. Studies continue to show that balanced plant-based diets—or [...]

  • Growing Naturals-Nutrition Facts-Percent Daily Value

7 Diseases Plant Proteins Help Fight

March 1st, 2017|Comments Off on 7 Diseases Plant Proteins Help Fight

7 Diseases Plant Proteins Help Fight Think of the word “protein.” What’s the first thing that pops into your head? If you’re like a lot of people, it’s often the image of a big, red [...]

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