We give a lot of advice about losing weight, getting in shape, and improving your health. There’s a lot of nuance in the topics we share with you, which is why we’ll never run out of pointers, guidelines, and suggestions.
But that can also be a problem.
When there’s so much information that you start to feel overwhelmed, take a step back and look at the bigger picture. That’s when you’ll find that most of it can be boiled down to one these top 10 p...
Working out never has to be an all day event. It doesn’t even require an hour in the gym every day.
Many of my clients spend around 30 minutes just 3 times a week exercising, but even that doesn’t have to be your minimum.
If other priorities seem to constantly get in the way, there are strategies you can use to make the most of your limited time. I’ll go over 3 of them for you (to keep it brief) and then I’ll give you a freebie workout you can do a...
There are an exponential amount of lies regarding fitness and nutrition. Many of them come from businesses who want to sell you on their products; they feel no guilt selling you a lie if it means earning a quick buck.
Those aren’t the lies I’m addressing today.
This list is about the lies we all tend to tell ourselves at one point or another on our path to getting fit, because those lies are easier to miss.
Working in the garden. Hiking in the mountains. Vacuuming your entire house. Taking a ride around the bike trail.
There are times when any of those things could count as exercise.
There are also times when, not only should those specific examples not be considered exercise, but other things — like your daily 5 mile run, or an hour lifting weights at the gym — don’t count either.
I’m talking about the difference between exercise and activity. Without...