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How To Be Consistent With Your Workouts When Your Schedule is NOT
One of the toughest challenges people face with consistency when it comes to an exercise regimen, is a schedule that is constantly changing. Executives with frequent meetings, doctors with evening hours on certain days of the week, and busy parents shuffling kids around to different daily activities. I am a victim myself of someone who …Continue Reading
Sweat: The Fountain of Youth?
Today, the closest thing to the fountain of youth is sweat- your own, that is. If you want to live a longer and healthier life, make sure at least 30% of your physical activity is vigorous. In other words, make sure you break a sweat. This means that if you’re getting the minimum recommended amount …Continue Reading
10 Ways to Get & Stay Motivated
One of the biggest reasons that people struggle to get motivated to better their health is that there is no immediate gratification. Although healthy eating and exercise will allow you to feel great in your future, during that moment of anxiety or emotion, a chocolate doughnut is much more satisfying to most than an interval …Continue Reading
Late Night Binge: Habit or Hunger?
Late night snacking is one of the number one problems with America’s eating habits today. Cookies and milk after dinner, bowl of popcorn while watching your Wednesday night sitcoms, a handful of M&M’s from the dining room candy bowl. It all adds up, and increases blood sugar before bedtime, which in turn will cause you …Continue Reading
What Should I Eat For Breakfast?
Some of the most frequently asked questions in the fitness industry are “Should I eat breakfast” and “What should I eat for breakfast?” As you all have probably heard a million times before, breakfast is absolutely the most important meal of the day, but starting the day with the proper macronutrients to set yourself up …Continue Reading
Why More Exercise Could Mean Less Money Spent
I recently read a study called the “Economic Impact of Moderate-Vigorous Physical Activity Among Those With and Without Established Cardiovascular Disease” and the findings were astonishing. Individuals with Cardiovascular Disease that did not participate in any sort of moderate-vigorous activity, were spending on average close to $14,000/year in healthcare expenses, with the largest percentage of …Continue Reading