1.You’re not getting stronger You should expect strength gains after about four to six weeks of consistent training. If you’re trying to get stronger, you need to have the right sets and reps to achieve your desired results. For example, if you’re normally doing 20 or more reps, with light resistance, you’ll need to decrease […]Continue Reading...
As many are starting their new year with new goals and lifestyle changes, remember to make them S.M.A.R.T Here’s a quick checklist to see if your goals are SMART:Specific: Are your goals specific? Saying that you want to lose weight and get fit, is not being very specific. Try having a specific goal, such as a […]Continue Reading...
Is snacking hurting your goals? Snacks are a great way to keep those hunger pangs at bay. The bad side of snacking, is the empty or hidden calories. Contrary to what some may say, you won’t burn more calories by eating more times during the day. So, snacking is fine to try and keep your […]Continue Reading...
Everyone knows what it takes to lose weight, right? As you read what’s needed to be done, you think it sounds easy. As time goes on, you might not be as attentive to what you need to be doing. You might need that slight kick to your backside to keep you on track. Here’s a […]Continue Reading...
In my day to day routine, I’m always watching people … and no, not in a creepy way! I am fascinated by body movement and watch how people pick things up, reach for things, walk, run, turn, etc. Because of this, I train my clients with a focus on body movement and not just muscle […]Continue Reading...