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!
So it’s that time of year again - the very start of it. Which means a lot of people want to start it off right and finally take care of themselves. Coming from a fitness profession myself, what I find inspiring about this is that among the masses of people that start off in their fitness journey, there’s always a select few who make it a permanent change. A permanent lifestyle. Without doubt there will be someone who is ending off 2020 with an incredible transformation that started in January.
I’m sure you’ve heard it somewhere, theconcept of fitness summarized simply as 10,000 steps. Should you reach this magical number on any given day then congratulations you have won and you are fit, but should you fall short of 10,000 steps then the day is deemed as a fitness failure.