Many people have questions about living a healthy lifestyle, weight training, exercise in general. I hope that I dispel a few misconceptions with the following: [Read more…] about FAQ(Frequently Asked Questions)
“There’s nothing, absolutely nothing, that can take the place of experience… I’m not putting out this information to entertain, but to inform.” Leroy Colbert
“Everyone has their views concerning what beneficial weight training exercises to do and what supplements to take…” A popular statement I often hear when conversing with people. Nothing wrong with having views, just make sure that those views are backed by sound science and practical experience. [Read more…] about The value of experience
It happens to many of us: we’re trying our best to live a healthy lifestyle but our budgets barely allow for it. After all, it’s very easy, and inexpensive, to eat and live unhealthily.
Whether it’s purchasing healthier alternatives for our diets, obtaining necessary supplements, or paying the gym fees, they’re times when we have to carefully juggle our funds. Sometimes knowledge comes by way of experiences. Hopefully my suggestions, based on my experiences, can help many of you who can relate or who are thinking about commencing a healthy, weight training lifestyle on a tight budget. Here are some pointers to help one get through a little tough financial times while simultaneously trying to live a healthy lifestyle: [Read more…] about Eating, Supplementing, & Training on a Tight Budget
Heather Eastman stated,”Despite what many keyboard warriors and ‘experts’ may say underneath fitness videos and posts, you don’t need to be ripped to be physically capable. A shredded exterior is NOT an indication of peak fitness since many other factors contribute to performance and functionality.” I often see many people join a gym and one of the first things they do is weigh themselves. About two or three weeks later there are sighs of disappointment as more pounds have been gained instead of lost. [Read more…] about Focus on Health, not the Scale!