In my previous post on the very basic sit to stand exercise during Covid-19, I stressed the importance of keeping up with a exercise program to maintain your health and immune system. Its been long known to researchers and health professionals that engaging in an exercise program does keep your immune system running at its … Continue reading
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Staying fit and healthy now is as important as ever. As the entire world is pretty much in some kind of stay at home order and going outside means risking your health with Covid-19. Staying at home and not being physically active can be just as bad for your health in the long run. We … Continue reading
Simple tip for reducing calories during your meals if fat loss is your goal.
The weekend is upon us. For those of you needing some strategies for your diet this weekend try this out. Make it a goal to have half your plate full of vegetables and leafy greens and the other half some form of protein. Feel free to add a carbohydrate of your choice as well, but … Continue reading
How to get good at exercise as a beginner.
How are your new years health and fitness resolutions coming along? If you are having some difficulty keeping up with your health and fitness goals. Try this out. Pick one exercise and just get good at that. Do not feel bad at all if you are new to fitness. We all started off somewhere and … Continue reading
Happy New Year!
6 days has past since the new year. How are all of you doing on your new years resolutions? Are you powering through it or are you slow to start? Here are some things to keep in mind to help you achieve your goals for 2015. 1. One thing I have noticed is that people … Continue reading
How to confuse your muscles WITHOUT switching to a new exercise.
One misconception is that exercises need to be constantly changed to get some type of training effect. If you know what you are doing you can use the same exercises year round and get awesome results. Here’s what I mean. In any exercise, variables such as sets, rest, tempo, load, and repetitions can be all … Continue reading
Question and Answer #2. Running and ground reaction forces.
Question: How bad is running for your knees? How bad is it to be overweight and run? What is the best workout if you have only your bodyweight and 15 minutes? Answer: Running itself is not bad on your knees. It’s the constant jarring and impact from the forces that are created from each step … Continue reading
Get a hardcore workout in a short period of time.
Here is a very powerful fitness tip for all of you that have a short attention span and you just want to get a lot of work done. Its called a ladder, its actually very simple. Pick any exercise and do 1 repetition and rest. Now do 2 repetitions and rest, continue to add one … Continue reading
Exercise and Developing the Mind
Sometimes we are so fixated on changing the appearance of our bodies, we lose focus on the most important factor of all. Mental toughness. Life is hard, very hard. And the harder we are on ourselves the easier life will be on us. Exercise teaches us how to endure pain in a safe way. Each … Continue reading