Have you ever weighed yourself before and then after a workout? Depending on how hard you trained, you could have lost anywhere from half to a couple of pounds during your workout.
This week we will continue to look at nutrition, exploring some foods which will fuel your workouts and along with the exercises, aid in your fitness efforts.
Last week’s column debunked the myth of spot reduction in problem areas. This week, I will continue to address some of the most common myths to help educate and improve your nutrition choices and practices.
‘Summer’ or the July/August holidays, as we know it, is here. It’s that time of year where there are more pool, creek and beach parties.
There might be times in your fitness journey when you get to a stage where the only thing moving is you.
In last week’s column, I dealt with how a lack of sleep can affect one’s fitness goals.
According to gym lore, you should train at least three times a week if you want to gain muscle or build strength.
Using the same weights or machines can become monotonous and boring and nothing kills an exercise regime like monotony.
Are you looking to lose a few extra pounds and start the day with energy?
Have you ever been drinking a beverage and noticed that it says it contains zero calories?
Often we come across all sorts of dieting protocols and countless testimonials about how these approaches work; each one of these diets seems to be better than the next.
While most people continue to focus on spot-reduction techniques for problem areas (which don’t work), real progress is made in the kitchen.
Why would anyone want a smaller waist? For starters, the circumference of your waist correlates with your risk of metabolic disease, type 2 diabetes and obesity.