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Wednesday, April 9, 2014

The Best Diet (or “Way of Eating”) For YOU is The One You Can Stick to

There is a lot of debate about the different diets.

There are the paleo folks, the low-carbers, the vegans, the balanced diet folks and everything in between.
But the truth is… all of these approaches can work.
The problem is not which diet (or way of eating) is “best,” the key is finding something that is sustainable for each individual.
Losing weight and improving health is a marathon, not a race.
What matters in the long run is finding something that is healthy, that you like and can live with for the rest of your life.
You really are what you eat!

Exercise is important to include into your lifestyle and will help to achieve the body that you desire. However, if you don't fill your body with nourishing foods, you are likely to find it difficult to reach those results!

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Sit-ups, crunches and planks will not cause your muffin top to disappear. But a drop in overall body fat will do that for you.
So you want the secret to great abs? The secret is a winning combination of fat burning cardio, resistance training and clean eating.

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

I WAS NOT feeling today's workout but got up and went to the gym by 7am. took a kung fu and a kickboxing class and did it. Remember, a shortened or bad workout is better than a missed workout. Consistency is key in whatever your goals are!

Monday, August 26, 2013

If you (or your clients) have shoulder or rotator cuff pain (or want to avoid it), add more pulling movements to your workouts. This includes both vertical pulls--chin up and horizontal pulls--rowing type motion. Your push pull ratio should be about equal. In other words, what you can do for your chest you should be able to match with your pull movement.

Friday, May 17, 2013

Today's fitness philosophy

Don't start a diet that has an expiration date....

Focus on a lifestyle that will last forever.

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Nutrition Tip: Fact about Fats

 Fats are not the enemy but an essential part of our daily diet. It's the type of fats we consume that are important. Daily fat intake should be about 25-35% of our diet. However, saturated fats should be kept to a minimum and trans fats excluded from our diets if possible.