Blogs about Fitness Education

The Principles of Fitness Episode 8- Rick Garrigan

Rick is the owner of a company called Carbon Life, check them out at carbonlifeusa.com, where they aiming to lead the industry in their one-of-a-kind approach wellness and performance.

Doing your research...

Hi everyone. Today I want to quickly write about doing your research. As I have stated before, there are so many sources of information out there in magazines, websites, or even from others in regards to health and fitness. Some of these are trusted companies/people and others are bogus. Today I read an article on a trusted nutrition company’s website about how bad dairy is for you and how you should cut it out completely from your diet (PSA: don’t do this unless prescribed from your doctor or registered dietician).

The Principle of Specificity: Unstable surface training with Swiss/Stability/Bosu Ball and what is the point?

Swiss ball which is also called the Stability ball was originally created in 1960's as a means to provide instability and resistance by challenging and engaging "CORE" muscles, therefore, improving balance, strength and flexibility. The use of stability balls started out in a clinical setting as a tool to rehab patients from injuries. Unstable surface training merged its way into gym settings and quickly gained popularity in the fitness world, as a means to build strength, flexibility, improve posture along with the excitement of exercise selection.

The Best Rooftop Fitness Classes in London

You don’t have to be bored in your fitness classes this summer—it is time to experience skyrocketing adrenaline of the capital while in fun fitness sessions  

Benefits of Potassium on Weight Loss

What do you think is hindering you from achieving your goal weight, even if your diet is spot on?The problem with diets these days is not the diet itself, but the lack of knowledge, along with nutritional deficiencies that is preventing you from looking and feeling at your ultimate best. Potassium (K+) is a key electrolyte that is needed for bodily functions such as muscle building, blood pressure, brain and nerve function, regulating metabolism and maintaining body fluid balance.

Nutritional Label Distortion- “Net Carbs” do they really matter?

Low carb, high fiber, sugar free, high protein are the words you see on majority of manufacturing boxes, wrappers and packaging labels but yet “net carbs” is the real number that consumers are focusing on, that are listed boldly and marketed on the front. So you may ask the question does “net carbs” really matter?

The Principles of Fitness Episode 4- Jeff Kreil

Acknowledging the hidden greats of the fitness industry. Jeff Kreil is a professor at Moorpark College whose programs are shattering the status quo in the personal training industry.  The trainers that graduate from his program stand out amongst other certified personal trainers.  Jeff loads this interview with tons of valuable information that can dramatically improve your career.

Sustainable Training

 Sustainable Training

Health & Fitness Tracking: Bane or Benefit?

There are a multitude of ways to lose weight and to succeed, it's a good idea to track your progress. Enter a myriad of cool devices! But do fitness tracking devices help in the long run?With the advent of wearable tracking devices (think FitBit, AppleWatch), you can receive constant, minute by minute feedback on your heart rate and pulse, the number of steps you’ve taken, your calories burned vs. calories ingested, your blood oxygenation and sugar levels - even how much sleep you get.

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