Let’s cut to the chase on the subject of fat loss. There’s so much nonsense written about it, so much time spent worrying about it. Here is a short summary of fat loss facts. Snappy, to the point and hopefully there are a few facts you can use easily right away… FAT LOSS FACT NUMBER Continue reading →
Trying to lose weight? You’ve got it all wrong – losing weight is a losing game. Let’s look at it a whole new way for real, long-lasting results.
Does BMI effectively indicate obesity in individuals? Can we trust it as the standard for determining whether we are obese, overweight or healthy? BMI, or body mass index, is so well known by most people as the measure of the health of the body that most people don’t question its authority. It is used by doctors, Continue reading →
In previous articles we’ve talked a lot about the fat-burning qualities of muscle and why strength training is a must for anyone interested in burning fat and reducing their waistline. In this article we’re going to explore the amazing, under-acknowledged and bountiful vitamin D. Why? Well, because recent research has pinpointed vitamin D as a Continue reading →
Losing weight implies a subtraction of some kind – you want to subtract body weight (preferably body fat) – and there are several different ways to go about it; one is through diet which means subtracting calories from your food intake. That’s what low-calorie diets do, you eat fewer calories (calories measure the energy value Continue reading →
Interval training is getting a lot of attention right now and for very good reason. Find out how it spikes metabolism and why it’s becoming known as the fat-burning miracle.
A breakdown on several common approaches to weight loss; their drawbacks and how to stay slim long term.
Aging and Fitness How to Slow the Body’s Clock According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, by 2030 the portion of the U.S. population aged 65 or older will double to about 71 million – that’s a lot of older people! The question is, how can we age and still get Continue reading →
A good or great trainer would have the majority of the following characteristics, qualities and credentials and could also verify them. 1. UNIVERSITY QUALIFIED: with a background in exercise science (or similar field). 2. CERTIFIED: with a reputable agency; ACSM, NASM, NSCA (these are the top 3 agencies from over 300 in the USA). 3. Continue reading →