Carbs: Clearing the Confusion Lecture

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Carbs… are they as bad as their reputation?

When you look at this picture, do you automatically think of an unhealthy collection of fat-storing foods you should avoid? If so, you may be preventing your body from functioning optimally and, contrary to popular belief, from losing weight!

Join us for our FREE workshop on Wednesday, May 10th at 6pm, Applied Fitness Solutions -Ann Arbor

Learn about:

  • Why carbohydrates get such a bad reputation
  • Why “low-carb” diets are misleading
  • The real role of carbs in the diet and how they affect your body composition and performance
  • Practical strategies to take control of your diet and manage your carbs 

If you’re a client, bring a friend and you’ll receive 3 complimentary Weight Loss classes on your account and your friend receives a FREE WEEK of Weight Loss classes!


AFS Trainer: MichaelMIKE STACK BS, CFP,CPS, CSCS  screen-shot-2016-11-22-at-10-00-31-am

Michael Stack is founder and CEO of Applied Fitness Solutions. In addition to his duties with AFS, Michael is formerly the educational events director for StrengthPro, Inc., and is a former co-chair of the Arnold Strength Training Summit. Mike has lectured to, and worked with a diverse population with respect to all aspects of health, fitness, and human performance including marathon, triathlon, and ironman prep coaching.

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