Have you ever started working out, and then stopped working out?
Of course you have. EVERYONE has. We start, stop, start, and stop again. And it happens over and over again. What’s worse, is not only does this happen to us from time to time, but when it isn’t happening we’re worried about it being around the corner.
I call it the “Falling off Syndrome” and it was only after YEARS of exercising that I finally figured out the best way to deal with it. Check it out here…
I recently had a meeting with a client about why setting just a fitness goal, really doesn’t do much for your long term success with fitness. In order really be successful - you need to go one level deeper than that.
In this post I provide my favourite tips for how a person can REASONABLY stick to a diet. I'm all about providing actionable, small changes THAT WORK. In this post we're tackling nutrition and the struggle associated with keeping appetites at bay, as well as with being tempted by unhealthy options all the time.
Listening to music while exercising unites many of us when it comes to the world of fitness. All of us have different goals - but almost all of us listen to something while exercising. I’ve spent years mastering the art of the playlist that is not only enjoyable while lifting - but also performance enhancing.
In this post we go over 3 unconventional ways to use fitness gear to: get the most from your workout sessions and feel like you OWN the gym without feeling judged. Including why I suggest people wear hats in the gym, and why I personally leave my glasses in the locker room.
YouTubers can be hit or miss in the fitness industry. Here is our curated list of the best YouTubers who are not only creating informative and useful videos; but also entertaining and enjoyable ones. Subscribe for part 2!
On the road to long term fitness an important obstacle to deal with is the chaotic nature of modern lifestyles. Learning how to work around the limitations of a hectic lifestyle then is an important thing to do. This guide will show you how to achieve a healthy level of fitness regardless of what type of schedule you have.
A lot of my friends, clients, and family have complained in the past about a very unique problem. They’re making progress in the gym, they feel great after their workouts, and they even have pretty decent form!
But even though it’s been YEARS in the gym - they just FEEL like a beginner.
I put together a few pieces of advice for dealing with this - specific actions YOU can take right away. All with the following guiding principle - to feel less like a beginner in the gym, you need to feel more AT HOME in the gym.
2009… New Years rolls around and I’ve set my first New Years resolution of my life. I’m eager to work on myself and reach my goals, and absolutely ELATED at the idea of actually reaching my goal. I was SO excited at this idea that I actually start on my goal EARLY. (I later found out how rare that is).
So why was I sick to my stomach with nervous anxiety?
Up to this point I had avoided New Years resolutions, because I had truly believed that they are ALL DOOMED to fail. It wasn’t until I made this mindset shift that I was able to reach every single New Years resolution since.
Today I LOVE setting New Years resolutions, almost as much as I love actually achieving them!
For many, the full time schedule is an absolute death sentence for their fitness. It's also common for it to be an equally fatal sentence to their social life, free time, and overall sanity. But what if I told you there was a very simple way to do something about this (at least as far as fitness goes)?
It doesn't matter if you're a student returning for classes - or just someone returning to work - the truth is: summer is ending for all of us. Winter indeed, is coming. But before it gets here, we have to deal with the fall. For people who fell off the wagon over the lazy summer months, and those who want to get fit and stay fit this fall - here is a handy list of top advice to help you succeed.
3 often overlooked problems with the traditional personal training format. This format may work for those that can afford it, but it's not for everybody. Check below for what the problems are as well as an alternative to it.