5 Helpful Things to Do to Start Your Personal Fitness Program

3 Aug , 2016 Fitness

The most common challenge that people I talk to face is how to incorporate fitness into their lives. They know they have to do something to get in shape but they really don’t know how. It can be discouraging because of the abundance of information out there. So much that you may not know where […]

10 Things You Should Know About Stretching

20 Jul , 2016 Fitness

Before fitness training, one must give importance to doing warm-up or stretching exercises to prevent accidents or to enhance the output during the training. There are also a number of precautionary measures and tips to serve as guidelines when doing fitness exercises. Here are some of them.   1. To increase your flexibility and to […]

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How to take body measurements

22 Jun , 2016 Uncategorized

When attempting to change your body shape in any way its important to track your progress so you can see results as they happen, this will give your motivation a huge boost and will also show that your efforts are not being wasted.   To get a true gauge of progress you should take measurements […]

3 Blunders To Avoid on Your Weight Loss Journey

27 May , 2016 Fitness/Nutrition

There are times on your weight loss journey when progress can come to a halt. Days or weeks can go by without you seeing movement on the scale, and it can get downright frustrating. After working with thousands of clients, I’ve noticed certain patterns that can cause this weight loss stoppage. Here are 3 of […]

5 Easy Ways to Boost Your Metabolism

13 May , 2016 Nutrition

#1 Don’t Skip Breakfast The morning meal jump starts your metabolism and helps to prevent bingeing later in the day.  A cup of coffee does not count – the caffeine and added sugar may give you a bit of energy and suppress your appetite for a little while it is sure to back fire into […]

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Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS)

4 May , 2016 Fitness/Therapy

What is DOMS and what causes it? Whether you work out regularly or have simply over exerted yourself occasionally, it is almost certain that you have at some point experienced delayed onset of muscle soreness, or DOMS for short. DOMS is the feeling of muscle soreness, stiffness, loss of strength and sometimes swelling that occurs […]

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4 Harmful Muscle-Building Myths Uncovered

15 Apr , 2016 Fitness

Muscle-Building Myths Uncovered If you’re serious about making a solid commitment to a muscle-building program, you need to be very careful of who you take advice from. Body-building and fitness is literally a multi-billion dollar industry with new websites popping up every single day. Many of the so-called “experts” out there really don’t have a […]

Alcohol & Exercise

11 Apr , 2016 Fitness/Nutrition

A Lost Cause? On Friday afternoon after you leave work, you probably think about going out and having a few drinks with friends to relax and wind down.  Even though you may think you deserve to go out and have a few drinks, there are some things that you should certainly keep in mind.   […]

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7 Reasons Why Your Muscles Stop Growing & How To Get Muscle To Grow Again!

4 Apr , 2016 Fitness

                Have ever wondered why your muscles stopped growing after a few months of training even though you are training very hard? Here are 7 reasons why your muscles stopped growing and how to get your muscle to grow again. You are training too hard – Every time […]

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Protein & Training

16 Mar , 2016 Nutrition

Importance for building muscle Protein is important for building muscle. But you could eat 100% of your calories from protein, and you won’t gain an ounce of muscle if your daily total calorie intake isn’t greater than your daily calorie output. To build muscle, you require a balanced diet that provides approximately 300-500 more calories than your maintenance […]

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