I see people always run into the gym just to jump on a treadmill or piece of cardio equipment for 30-40 minutes and then finish with 10-15 minutes of weight lifting. That is not the way to workout. The reason why is simple, per minute of working out, weight lifting requires more energy usage than [...]
If you're building a home gym, you only need 2 pieces of equipment to have everything you need to develop the body you want. These 2 pieces of equipment are a free rack or smith machine, and a interchangeable dumbbell set that goes from 0-50lbs or 0-90lbs. With these 2 pieces of equipment you have [...]
As we get older, especially after our 30's our body's can't handle the physical impact it once could in its youth. I recommend doing less jumping, jumping exercises are bad on the joints. The knee, back and ankle joints take a-lot of pounding when we jump and it can make us open easier for injuries.
Eat to be full. Isn't that the point of eating? So many people have made the term "diet" to sound horrible, like a punishment. I tell people to eat to their goals and to eat until their full off of the right foods. Your daily diet should consist of lean protein (chicken, fish, turkey, lean [...]
Ok, so you're ready to begin your fitness journey and you have your workouts together, your meal plans, and your workout attire. You're ready to go, but part of you wants to know is there a secret, is there a ...well you know short cut? Could I eat whatever I want and workout or could [...]
I'm not a huge fan of having a daily set schedule for workouts and here's why. I know most people live their life on a schedule and I get it, wake up at this time, work from this time to that time and sleep by this time. The only set schedules I believe in is [...]
Lower abs are the toughest area to challenge when it comes to ab workouts. The reason for this is because it's difficult to create resistance when most of our ab workouts are done on the ground. Therefore if you're going to challenge the lower abs, it's best to get off the floor and hand from [...]
1. Healthier employees, so less sick days 2. Energized employees, so more work gets done 3. Employee engagement in workouts which creates chemistry and cohesion for your employees. 4. Happier employees because you'll be offering them something that normally is a expense and time consuming for them. 5. Convenience for your employees.
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