Mistake #1: You go to the grocery store following a workout. Most of us have heard the old adage about not grocery shopping when we’re already hungry, right?
According to the statistics from the World Health Organization, about 12.9 million people worldwide died from some form of cardiovascular disease in 2004. And each year, the World Cancer Research Fund estimated that some eight million people died from cancer.
Fluid retention is a condition that is experienced both by men and women. The cause of bloating may be the result of diet, or may result from a medical condition.
What equipment do you imagine having in your home to exercise with? Which items would add the most challenge and variety to your workouts with your trainer?
Using a mini trampoline (rebounding) offers a variety of health benefits for the body. Rebounding is an easy activity that almost anyone can do, and may provide a way to improve health and fitness levels.
Do you have a special event like a class reunion or vacation that you’ve been looking forward to for some time, but wish you were a few pounds lighter? The event is three or four weeks away and you realize you still have those last few nagging pounds you weren’t able to take off.
Get your garden ready and workout at the same time! Simple gardening like raking, fertilizing, weeding and mowing can all give you a workout.
Why do we usually train the core from the floor? Most people don’t spend the majority of their days on the floor, nor is it common to get injured from lying down or watching television.
Are you bored of your workout? Tired of working so hard for slow results? The key is to keep on- keeping on through the hum-drums and times of great discouragement.
As personal trainers, we often hear our current clients and potential clients tell us they would like us to help them get “skinny”. We see and hear this term everywhere we turn.