The founder of Body Refined, Kurt Dixon, shows passion for helping his clients through his dependability, sincerity, consistency, and health knowledge. His approach to reach clients in more than one way allows him to coach them toward a literal re-wire in their way of thinking, a complete 180. As a result, Body Refined clients possess the ability to adjust their lifestyles to promote strong psychological, emotional and physical health.
Kurt has a diverse background which enables him to really add value and bring fresh perspectives and approaches to his clients. After receiving his BS in Business Administration, MS in Management Studies, two graduate certificates in both Executive Leadership and Project Management, he continued his education with a focus in nutrition and health. He received his MS in Human Nutrition and Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Health and Wellness Coaching in addition to becoming a certified personal trainer. His extensive education, training and consulting experience in the healthcare, pharmaceutical, money management, telecommunications & customer service industries combined with his private practice and corporate background, positions him to provide all his clients with total support.
Kurt designs develops and delivers all Body Refined programs and works with clients in multiple areas ranging from the areas of career advancement and leadership development, to health & wellness. He believes in working with the whole person and loves working with people who are truly seeking a different approach and willing to get the help they need.
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a half hour or less will take you from bland to grand. In this simple skirt steak recipe, we're using balsamic vinegar, garlic, and soy sauce to deliver a flavor punch in just 30 minutes of marinating. Memorize this recipe; you'll be using it over and over again.
Here we combine two of the our favorite early-summer ingredients—cherry tomatoes and fresh basil—into a fresh take salsa. For the crispiest skin (that doesn’t stick to the grill), be sure your grill grates are very clean and the grill is preheated for at least 15 minutes. Avocado adds creaminess and a punch of gut-healthy prebiotics.