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February 24, 2020

Here's some tips that might help.


Don't get caught up with judgement. I know it can be intimidating when you start going to the gym: You think that people will look at you and think you're an idiot because you're not doing an exercise correctly. Or they'll laugh becaus...

February 24, 2020

Instead of the result being your goal, break your goals down into short term actions. Eg: "Gain 20lbs of muscle" now becomes "Get to the gym and do my workout 4 times a week & eat 150 grams of protein every day." Now you can make sure that you're taking the necessary s...

February 24, 2020

Do you keep waiting until you're ready but never seem to be?
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Do you start doing something but then wonder if it's even the right thing to do?
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Did you get some workouts in but are now wondering if it's worth the effort?
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Do you sit on the couch contemplating whethe...

February 24, 2020

A LITTLE BIT OF MINDFULNESS GOES A LONG WAY:


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Calorie counting, Macro ratios, Meal plans etc have their place and can work really well for people. BUT...they're not completely necessary, just helpful.
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Finding ways to not overeat might be all you ever need to do. Eat...

February 24, 2020

    • THIS ANSWER WILL SHOCK YOU…
      It depends, various methods work, as long as you workout enough it doesn’t really matter. 
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      I know, that’s the worst answer ever so allow me to go deeper. A study from 2017 showed that longer rest periods (3 minutes versus 1...

February 24, 2020

Think of your muscles like ropes. A thin rope can’t hold as much weight as a thick rope. Imagine these ropes were being used to tow heavy objects. Over time the thin rope would get damaged more so than the thick rope. Muscles are intelligent, alive ropes. They can sens...

February 24, 2020

QUICK ANSWER: AS MANY AS YOU WANT
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Longer answer: It's less about exact numbers and more about intensity of effort.
You have to make whatever you're trying to achieve difficult in order for your brain to make changes to your body.
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Strong and heavy are relative terms...

January 27, 2019

  1. Flexibility.
    Because you’re working out in your own time, scheduling conflicts don’t happen. One of the problems busy trainers face is trying to fit their clients in at the times they like. Quite often, the client will have to train at an inconvenient time because...

August 22, 2018

Back pain is on the rise. This study done in North Carolina over a 14 year period has shown that more and more people are reporting cases of chronic back pain. In fact it has more than doubled.

It is estimated that 80% of people will suffer from back pain at some point...

March 21, 2018


In recent years we have seen the emergence of high-intensity training within the general population. Certain methods like Tabata, H.I.T. training, metabolic conditioning as well as companies such as CrossFit, Metafit and Orange Theory have done well to popularized the...

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