Are you someone who struggles with quitting your smokes? Perhaps you should add weight training into your routine. One recent study shows it not only helped people quit the nasty habit, but also lose and maintain lost weight! Read the article here.
I remember going to gym class as a kid.. I may have disliked it at the time but looking back, I thank my lucky stars that I went to a school system that worked to keep gym class on the roster (Yay Illinois schools)! As gym classes become increasingly non-existant into today’s world, we are
As a personal trainer I work with a wide spectrum of clients, including those who are undergoing chemotherapy and those who have gone through a cancer treatment program and are trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle. This article in today’s blog is a tribute and an encouragement to those who have or have had cancer.
I have been a personal trainer for years and have always tried to push myself in the arena of sports. A few short years ago I took up triathlon and thus had to learn how to swim (not my favorite activity.. it’s hard)! I came upon a website called Swim Smooth and have read many
Here’s an article every personal trainer will endorse. If you are someone who is still wavering on whether to begin an exercise regimen keep in mind, more is better but even just a little bit of exercise helps the ticker keep on tickin’! Read the article here.
Now this is a good one! I dare say I’m not the only personal trainer who would agree that hot dogs are as far from “healthy” as snow is from Hades. But this finding here is staggering: “Just one 50-gram serving of processed meat—about the amount in one hot dog—a day increases the risk of
Chew on this info: “Chewing food 40 times instead of a typical 15 times caused study participants to eat nearly 12 percent fewer calories… If the average person cut their calorie intake by 12 percent, they would lose nearly 25 pounds in one year!” Whoa!! That’s a lot of poundage for just a few extra
Hooray for some positive news for once! As a personal trainer I am always concerned with the nutritional habits of my clients and one common vice is soda. Apparently the truth is finally hitting home and (in this country at least), we are curbing the sugary syrup addiction. Yay! Read the article here.