If you are reading this, you likely don’t need to have the benefits of a higher protein diet explained to you. You already know protein is integral for building and sustaining lean muscle tissue. It also makes sure your time working out is not in vain and that you recover properly. If you didn’t know, … More The “High Protein” Food Scam
Is it stupid to do cardio? I don’t know. Is it stupid to drive a blue car? Well, if you hate the color blue then it probably is stupid. If you love it, it probably isn’t. Following? Let’s dive in. There are three types of people who do cardio. #1 You do cardio because you believe … More Is it Stupid to do Cardio?
Ladies. Have you ever said to yourself: “I won’t starve myself on 1200 calories a day to lose weight” “It works so well for the girls on Instagram, but I still look like this” “Things are going well, but the people in my fitness group on Facebook said I’m doing the wrong approach” Yes? That’s … More 3 Problems Woman Face in Fitness
If a poll was taken asking people how they would define a healthy person, my guess is that their first answer would be: Someone who is not overweight. Decent answer, but awful. What if you were 70 years old, had bad posture, shoulder pain, knee pain, overall muscle weakness, poor mobility, no aerobic conditioning, and … More Well, Sorry
Think of your favorite restaurant. Picture the things you like about going there. It’s probably is an experience that allows you to relax and get served something you enjoy. How about your favorite clothing store? You walk in, find a cool new shirt or pair of pants and walk out — or jog out depending on your … More How Do Personal Trainers Have a Job?
What age do you suppose your relative fitness and energy capability starts to see a downward trend? 40s? 30s? Certainly not 20s since most people would think this is prime time. How about 5 years old? DING DING DING, WE HAVE A WINNER. As soon as your toddler years are over, things are looking down. Grim. … More What Age Is Downhill?
When some people lock in with their nutrition they are able to see every eating decision as black and white. “This food or drink is either helping me or hurting me get to my goals”. This is a good approach. It’s simplistic, logical and my personal preference. No matter where you go or who you are … More Getting Over Addiction
There are certain topics I don’t care to write about because of the rabbit hole that inevitably unwinds when broaching such areas. This is going to be one of them. Oh well. Distance running is not a net positive long term fitness approach. If you sense yourself lowering your eyebrows, clenching your jaw, and flaring … More So, Is Running Good For You?
I hate excuses. Which is why the above picture is of one of the walls at my gym. I tolerate “reasons” for failure for a period of time, but not excuses. What’s the difference? Let me tell you a story. Chuck travels a lot for work. He is on the run nonstop. Airport to airport, … More Do You Give Excuses or Reasons?
I work with clients in my private studio. Aside from me and my chocolate Labrador Kiva, there are no eyes on you in my one-on-one sessions. When you are here, you can feel comfortable to make mistakes, look silly learning new things, and not feel intimidated. Assuming a client also trains on their own outside … More Intimidation in the Gym