Thoughts from a trainer and former physique competitor.
Let me guess, you know a person who is on a keto diet and has lost so much weight, don’t you? It seems like everyone has heard of a success story like this. But there is some underlying truth that never gets any publicity.
One of the questions I am asked most often as a trainer is “what should I do to lose weight, lift weights or cardio?” To answer this I will give you a quick rundown of the benefits of each, their differences, and what is the best style of training for healthy weight loss.
ome common questions that I get asked and that I will address in the following article are:
That’s a question I hear from clients, gym members, new and old on a daily basis. To be honest, I can completely understand the logic behind this. If you have a problematic area, you work on it to improve it. After all, if your stove isn’t working, you wouldn’t try to fix it by working on your shower.
Thoughts from a trainer and former physique competitor
“What should I do when I go to the gym?” . It’s a question that I hear on a daily basis, and for good reason to. No matter who you are, what your fitness level is, the correct answer is going to be very different. As a trainer my daily tasks include working within a set of parameters to give people personalized workout programs. Here’s how you can construct a personalized program for yourself just like a pro.
So... you want to drop some body fat, but you don’t have a clue about counting calories, never heard of a macro nutrient and can’t decide which type of diet suits you best.Never fear, it’s quite possible to achieve fat loss goals without knowing any of the above!