Solid nutrition, like good training, is simple – learn the basics and practice them consistently. A little knowledge and some discipline is the secret. Apply yourself diligently – don’t look back and don’t look for shortcuts, there simply are not any. Read more
New Study Shows The Benefits Of Working With A Personal Trainer
I have worked in the health and fitness industry since 2001 and during that time it has become obvious to me the benefits that come from using a personal trainer, especially when it is combined with a proper nutrition plan. Clients lose fat, look better, feel healthier and have increased energy.
While I see these benefits on a daily basis when working with clients, a recent study conducted to gauge consumer perceptions of personal fitness trainers reinforces that. Read more
Looking to Do a Low Carb Diet?
Have you tried and failed with weight loss before? Are you just overweight and looking to approach a lower carbohydrate intake for the first time? Do you have a sugar and carb addiction that needs to be addressed before it makes you any fatter?
Low carb diets have often gotten some bad press and negative opinions. I have been one of those people to think negatively about them and still do to some extent. If however, done correctly they can be very effective at decreasing body fat, cholesterol and risk for heart disease amongst other positive benefits – when done correctly and safely. Read more
The Consequences of Unhealthy Body Composition
Are you one of millions of Americans that know and feel that you have very poor body composition (too much body fat and not enough muscle) but don’t know where or how to start? Do you lack the energy at the end of your day to start even if you knew how? Have you stopped and looked at a picture of yourself from 5-10 years ago and wonder what the hell has happened? Do you want to feel younger and more energetic like you once used to?
The consequences of unhealthy body composition and excess body weight often lead to metabolic syndrome, which is associated with serious health consequences including but not limited to: Read more
Where is The SUGARR!! I Need A Fix…
Gawdd, I need some chocolate… Man I can’t stop thinking about something “sugary” to consume… I can’t get off this stuff… I can’t stop “wanting” it even though I know it’s bad for me… Grrr… Are these all thoughts you have experienced or even said out loud before? Or do you think them on a regular basis currently? Is there a relationship between food and addiction? Can certain foods hijack the reward system in much the same way as drugs do? According to some new data and input from scientists, the answer is yes. Read more
8 Fat Shedding Tips For The New Year
A new year and a new you is right around the corner. Before long, bathing suite time will be back and that thing isn’t going to wear itself. There is no better time than now to get a plan together to start shedding that excess baggage.
Successful weight loss is just not possible without a winning plan. The first place this needs to start is in your head. If you want to make big changes to your body and how you look and feel, you need to first develop a belief that you can indeed do it. Positive psychology goes a long way on the road to a successful transformation. Read more