Believe it or not, basic movements done on a daily basis and done well, will keep you younger for longer!
You might have heard trainers or coaches refer to weight training as the ultimate fountain of youth…
And in part, they’re right!
However, just doing weights without grasping the essence of movement can be a limiting factor and actually prematurely age your body.
Connective tissues, muscles and posture can regress if you don’t connect all the dots.
Continue reading “Keep youthful with 5 basic daily movements”
There are countless methods to get you from point A to point B when it comes to your health and fitness.
More diets and training plans are created than people have the time to implement… And the funny thing is, most of these programs (assuming they are credible) work! That is…IF you follow them correctly.
Therin lies the magic! You MUST be able to follow the plan or diet for it to work. Continue reading “Create a plan B for fitness and health”
As the end of 2017 draws to a near, it’s about that time when we must look at what will be ahead for next year.
I’m not suggesting that it’s time to take the foot off the gas in 2017. In fact, the opposite. We all must aim to milk as much out of 2017 as possible.
Continue reading “Making a plan for 2018”
The one thing I love about training and health is there is NEVER a finish line… Unless you croak it 🤪
Yes, you might improve or hit a goal or a target… But there is always “What’s next?!” Often, it’s an innate natural progress and other times you might need a gentle push.
Continue reading “Taking your health to the next level”
In my line of work, I get to hear funny reasons people haven’t stuck to their plan or healthy habits.
“I had friends stay with us from out of town”
“I have to eat what my wife cooks or she’ll get angry”
“I had to take my kids for pizza, they won’t eat anything else”
“Think I left my gym shoes on the train” Continue reading “What really makes us fat and lazy”
The popular phrase (or Bon Jovi song – see here) “I’ll sleep when I’m
dead” has almost become extinct, with the exceptions of a few old school tough guys and karaoke bars.
The notion you can achieve more if you sleep less has been put to rest by modern science. (1) Continue reading “I’ll sleep when I’m dead…”
Thoughts and Emotions Influence Your Health
“While weight loss is important, what’s more important is the quality of food you put in your body – food is information that quickly changes your metabolism and genes.” — Mark Hyman
Guest article by Tony Fahkry
Continue reading “How money and calories are the same”
There has never been more buzz or hype over the latest food documentary “What the Health”. It’s hard not to scroll through social media and find people debating what’s right or wrong with the film or offering their thoughts on nutritional best practices.
Continue reading “What the health and thoughts on veganism”
In fitness and life we naturally navigate away from pain and move towards pleasure. It’s normal, natural and part of our DNA. However, there a two different forms of pain and they need to be understood first, before we make the leap to trying to eliminate or avoid. Continue reading “Eliminate pain and accelerate results in the gym”
In this 2 part article I will firstly explain what a ketogenic diet is and then share my personal story of what lead me to this diet and how it could help people prevent disease and maintain better health for many people. Don’t think for a minute that I’m blindly recommending this diet for everyone, as it’s most certainly not. I’ll explain why later in this article. Continue reading “What is the ketogenic diet? Burning fat instead of sugar”