What’s my favorite Cheat Meal?

What’s my favorite Cheat Meal?

As trainers, we get this question all the time; what is your go to cheat meal? To be honest, it makes me laugh every time for multiple reasons. First of all the assumption is that because I’m a trainer that means I am always on a diet, and therefore have a cheat day....
Is rest actually necessary?

Is rest actually necessary?

First of all, rest is equally as important for your health as any sort of exercising. Micro tears and general fatigue in your muscles that results from training need time to heal in order to build strength and prevent injury. Muscles need rest to recover and repair,...
Is tracking your progress worth it?

Is tracking your progress worth it?

Whether you are a goal oriented person or not, tracking you progress with exercise is imperative to your overall success. Everyone is motivated differently, for some people it is intrinsic, or easy to motivate themselves through internal factors. For the vast majority...
Choosing the right training program

Choosing the right training program

Picking the right type of training for you is important for your success.  There are types styles for muscle endurance, muscle size, muscle power, losing fat, losing fat while gaining muscle, and cardio focused.  You have to ask yourself first what are you wanting to...
Is Failure Success?

Is Failure Success?

It is often times an odd thought too think that when you can’t complete a task that you have succeeded.  We tend to create a believe system, “if I don’t complete the task at hand then I have failed” and no one likes to be perceived as a...
Quality or quantity?

Quality or quantity?

Unfortunately, this is is becoming an odd statement in todays world.  Everywhere around us we see ads and networks focused on the idea that more is better.  Now this has been an issue through history and I suppose we just have more ways of seeing it then ever before....