Here a little bit of planning is important in order to avoid making last minute decisions to pick up unhealthy food.
23-Oct-2018 10:05 PM
Whether it be the infamous Keto diet, or the Atkins diet, brought to the public by the doctor who died of a heart attack, or the Paleo diet...different types of dogmas have emerged from the base of low-carb dieting. Are carbs really that bad?
20-Oct-2018 9:08 AM
You’ve started working out. You hit the gym, and right off the bat, you feel great, so you decide to stay there and push. You're super pumped and can't wait to go back tomorrow. The next day, you wake up, you feel tired, and decide to take the day off from the gym, so you can go back the next day and give it your all. So, the day after, you can barely move without wincing in pain. Everything hurts!! You've never felt so sore before, so you begin to question your age.
20-Oct-2018 8:04 AM
The personal training profession saw a major boom since the new millennium, with personal trainers popping up in every gym, in personal training studios, and online. Despite the growth of this profession, there is still the connotation that having a personal trainer is a luxury, not a necessity. But does that have to be the case?
16-Oct-2018 11:08 AM
It's 2018 and throughout the labyrinth of fitness tool trends... suspension training, kettlebells, barre workouts and thick resistance bands... the question arises, “Is the exercise ball outdated?” I'll answer that question, share some insight about the history of the exercise ball and share tips for selecting the best exercise ball for your use.