About Me

     

  • Graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 2010 with a degree in Business/Marketing
  • Originally from Gig harbor, Washington
  • Attended high school at Shattuck St. Mary’s in Minnesota
  • Served as a captain for the hockey team at the University of Notre Dame
  • Spent 2010-2011 playing professional hockey with the Calgary Flames farm team in Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Currently playing professional hockey in Stavanger, Norway and doing some personal training on the side.
  • ISSA certified personal trainer

I set up this blog to share the knowledge and info I have gathered in health, nutrition, and exercise, through my years in athletics, which has allowed me to work with many different trainers and strength coaches, see countless nutritionists and doctors, and research many topics related to health on my own. Please enjoy and any feedback is very much appreciated. Thanks

Kevin Deeth

kdeeth21@gmail.com

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12 responses

  1. Hi! I remember you playing with the Utah Grizzlies, and my daughter, who is an avid fan told me about your blog. I am an ISSA certified fitness trainer, and general fitness enthusiast who loves researching information. I really like reading your postings. You have a straight-forward, enjoyable way of writing. Keep it up, and thank you for sharing!!

  2. Kevin,

    Thank you for sharing your blog with me. I take ever opportunity to learn more about health, exercise and nutrition every day. I look forward to my work outs with you as you push me and provide me strong guidance for a heathly approach to loosing weight.

    Tammy Long
    South Bend, Indiana

  3. Like your site.As a former colledge,(little Pro in Europe)still like to play.I seem to be stiff all the time.Is that just life,or how can I get that flexablity and just that feeling of being loose.Granted I’m 49 but.Want to defy aging being an exuse.

    • Gary i think going a little bit lighter weight and over-exaggerating the full range of movements in weightlifting will help with your flexibility and stiffness. I have seen some improvements in my own flexibility after doing some yoga as well and think it can be utilized as a great tool for both strength movements and working on your flexibility. Stiffness is bound to happen with the wear and tear you put on your body through years of sports, however, these tips will help combat some of your tight areas. Hope this helps.

  4. I recently shared your blog site with family and friends. My aunt was recently diagnosed as a diabetic. In the month she’s been reading your blogs she has utilized the information in them to change her diet life style and lost 10 pounds! Thanks for all the information and sharing it.

  5. Kevin:

    I sent you an email via Facebook after tripping into your blog this am. I’ve been coaching at UNH for the past 20 years, split between our men’s women’s hockey programs.
    I’m extremely interested in trying to help my female athletes learn more about how various fuels affect their bodies and ultimately performance.
    I’d love to connect and hear your thoughts.
    regards,
    Brian McCloskey

  6. Kevin –
    Also, enjoy your blog. Your interests are very in line with my own. I’m currently studying to become a health coach with Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN)…it might be a good source of information for you on the nutritional side. I’m learning so much and look forward to utilizing it as I train for future events (my next is Philly 1/2 in 3 weeks, NYC full marathon on Nov 4th). Your homemade smoothie is almost identical to mine (minus glutamine) and I, too, have greatly benefited from yoga (added to my life in 2009). My flexibility, lack of injury and mental health gains have been tremendous. I do many styles to fit my mood/need and really am a believer in how much it helps.
    Would love to connect offline regarding your blog.
    Cheers,
    Amy

    • Ryan great question. Any type of plyometric or sprint work as a kid will help build your fast twitch muscle fibers and help your speed and quickness. Things like jump squats and short yardage sprints are great for this. All stuff we can work on this summer. Thanks.

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