Today, we're going to debunk five of the most prominent fitness myths. This isn’t intended to belittle your knowledge and efforts in the gym, but to inform you so that you can begin on a path to greater success. 1) Myth: Fat-loss can be targeted While exercising and eating right will certainly result in a reduction of overall body fat, you cannot choose and control where you lose it. You often hear people ask “How do I lose fat around my waist region?” or “What can I do to ge
You can’t change something you hate… This is something I said recently to one of my clients. You see she had said to me she hates her body and how it looks. So much so she avoids looking at it. As we continued to talk I asked her why she hated it and like many it was because she was comparing herself to the covers on women’s magazines and saying to herself: “I should look like that and because I don’t I’m worthless” Is it any wonder that most (yes men too) of us struggle
In case you missed it yesterday we saw 2 of the greatest Quarterbacks in the history of the NFL go at it head to head. Tom Brady who is 43 and Aaron Rogers who is 37 defy the odds when it comes to playing in the NFL having both had long careers and still managing to play at a high level at an age when most football players have long since retired. Quick note: Did you know the average "career" in the NFL is about 4 years? These 2 have been playing for 22 and 16 years respecti
The other day I was chatting with a friend of mine who had recently gotten engaged. She was giddy with excitement in talking about her upcoming wedding later this year. They had set a date in September and were in the process of starting to plan everything out.
One thing she asked me was if I knew any wedding planners as they were hoping to find one pretty quickly. (more on that in a minute)
Like most future brides stressed already about getting it all done and there was on
Wow a I'm writing this, the first week of 2021 is done already and let’s face it things are a bit crazy right now. I don’t want to get into any of that but it does bring up something I think we all need to keep in mind.
Yesterday in one of our training sessions we were talking about how much all the crap that’s going on around us is affecting us.
We’re all a bit stressed (and many eating more because of it), we feel tired, if not outright exhausted and just aren’t loving
The first Monday of the New Year… A day when so many people start working on their New Years Resolution to lose weight/get fit etc. I love this time of year because of all the enthusiasm that people have but I also dread it because I know that in just a few short weeks (and in many cases days) that enthusiasm will disappear. And when it does so many, in fact most, of those who made that resolution to focus on their health will stop and go right back to the old habits they did
Ring out the Old, Ring in the New. For those of you like me who grew up in the 70’s you might remember that line from a George Harrison (as in the Ex-Beatle) song which was often played on radio to celebrate the New Year. And if you are like millions of other Americans you are “ringing in the new” by making a resolution to lose weight or get fit. Studies show that losing weight and getting fit are 2 of the top 5 resolutions made with Losing Weight taking the top spot by far.
It’s the holiday season, a time when we all look forward to spending time with our family and friends, having fun and just relaxing. It’s also the time we tend to pack on the pounds. Trust me, as a trainer, I get it. Heck, sometimes I succumb to it myself. Let’s face it, the days are getting shorter, it’s cold out and we have a lot of things to get done to prepare for Christmas. Add to that, for many of us, stress goes up both at home and at work. The last thing many of us