Last week, we looked at the fact that you made the decision to pursue and achieve fitness goals in 2017.
Some of you reading this have already decided that you are going to wait for some time in 2017 to start taking control of your health and fitness by eating right and incorporating exercises into your regimen.
Being fit is more than just physical fitness; it is also a state of mind, because mental health is very important to our overall health.
This week, I will continue the series of interviews with a well-known face in the sporting fraternity, the multi-talented Alisha Fortune.
Parents today have a huge problem on their hands. The world is currently experiencing the worst epidemic of childhood obesity.
Protein is a macronutrient (nutrients we need in large quantities) that is chemically composed of amino acids.
You may see them advertised in magazines, on television and online: “ultimate fat burner,” “super fat burner,” green tea fat burner,” and products that claim to be able to “melt away fat,” “burn calories” and “instantly reduce body fat.” Do they really work?
In response to last week’s column about how it’s possible to achieve a slim waistline by shedding extra belly fat while maintaining curves so to speak, I received some emails from concerned women who would like to just ‘tone up’ without lifting.
“Emmerson how can I lose weight on my stomach and keep my curves?
Last week I disclosed that I consume the amino acid Citrulline Malate to help maintain cardiovascular health, blood flow and other health benefits.
On Wednesday while sipping on a pre-workout supplement in my hotel room overlooking the horizon in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, it occurred to me that I should tell readers about some of the supplements I take and why.
In my last few articles, I’ve focused heavily on cardio and its benefits.
What is good cardio and how often should you do it Last week I discussed cardio and discussed the two types of cardio, HIIT and LISS.
One of the most popular phrases in today’s health-conscious society is “low-fat.” Other common phrases we hear are “low-fat diet,” “sugar free,” or “calorie free.” What is being touted by the use of these phrases is that these foods are healthy because they are low in fat or calories.
With the Olympic Games ongoing in Rio, naturally the effectiveness of the Olympic lifts for muscle building and fat loss came to mind.
One thing you need to get into your mind is that fitness results don’t happen by chance.
Last week we discussed exercises for toning and how they can help you achieve the ideal physique you have pictured in your head.