During the holiday season when you’re getting pulled in a million different directions, it’s hard to keep your health and fitness a priority. With work, holiday parties, family gatherings and gift buying, having any moment to yourself or time to exercise can be difficult.However, exercise is perfect for reducing holiday stress and for keeping off those unwanted pounds. Anytime you do exercise, it needs to be efficient, intense and fun. This allows you to bake Christmas cookies and eat them, too. Guilt free cookies, who would have thought?
Posted by Shane Mclean @ Thursday, December 17, 2015 @ 07:38am
There is no doubt the power of belief is the number one secret of top goal achievers. When all other things are equal, it is the reason why one person makes millions and the other struggles to make a living. It is the power of belief.
Posted by Delmar Carey @ Wednesday, September 23, 2015 @ 09:11am
Many friends and family have been struggling with sticking to workout programs, healthy eating, drinking more water, etc. In an effort to help y'all out I’m holding a workshop to answer as many wellness and fitness questions as possible. the workshop will kick off a 6-week program beginning in October through mid-November. Just in time for you to enjoy a guilt-free Thanksgiving and look fierce for New Years Eve! This is a new program I’ve designed so I’m doing it as a PILOT program which means NO FEE.
There are many ways to spice up your cardio. From running and sprints to biking, roller blading, and circuit training, you shouldn’t run out of interesting options to get that heart muscle pumping! A fan favorite of ours is the elliptical machine. Among many of its benefits, it is a great low-impact, full body exercise that can burn a TON of calories in a shorter amount of time. You’ve probably poked around the machine and tried various settings, but it’s time to take a minute and learn about each option, so you can maximize your workout.
When’s the last time you missed a heavy bench press rep in training? Do you remember what happened? It’s likely that you started strong and fast, only to have the bar hit an imaginary brick wall and grind to a halt.
Whether you miss a few inches off the chest or just short of lockout, sticking points are terribly frustrating. We all have them. They’re the bumper-to-bumper traffic jam of powerlifting. And just like that line of brake lights that stretches to the horizon, it’s ineffective at best to try to blast through it.