Exercising is important in life for health of mind and body, but there are also other things that are just as equally if not even more important.
‘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.
As we discussed food last week, let us stay on topic. What is an athlete’s best on-the-go food that he/she can drink, which optimizes protein intake?
We all know that a glass or two of red wine may lead to an interesting evening, but what other foods can we incorporate into our lives if we wish to increase our mood and libido?
If you have been around fitness circles for any length of time, you are probably no stranger to the infamous ‘summer cut’.
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?
Whether your bodybuilding and fitness goals involve losing fat or gaining muscle, it is my opinion that your chances of success will increase greatly if you include L-carnitine in your arsenal.
I have been experiencing bouts of insomnia for the past couple of nights perhaps stemming from the fact that I am preparing to compete again in a few days in Suriname.
Have you heard about the ‘afterburner effect’? Do you know what it is and how to use it?
Have you ever been drinking a beverage and noticed that it says it contains zero calories?
Resistance training for women has been undergoing a massive re-birth in fitness culture over the last few years.
The sacrifices you’ve made for a slimmer body! So where’s the slimmer body, already?
Don’t drink your calories Here is why eating your calories is better than drinking them.
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.
- abs are maintained in the kitchen
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.
‘Mash’, Trinidad Carnival or that special event that you have to attend is right around the corner.
I hope you were able to put last week’s tips on how to sleep better and make your night’s rest dreamier to the test with good results.
I have been receiving a lot of emails lately from readers asking about remedies for sleeping better, since a good night’s sleep has been hard to come by.
We have all been there at some stage; our first month in the gym is usually filled with excitement, enthusiasm and learning correct form.
There is no denying that improving your health can take a bit of effort, organization, planning and dedication.