I will never forget the day in my late forties when I noticed that I wasn’t filling out my clothes the same way I used to. As an avid exerciser I knew I was slowing the process of muscle loss, but my shape was definitely changing-I was losing the "fullness" in my muscles. My anatomy was not the same—and sarcopenia was the culprit!
Posted by Jami Hanna @ Sunday, November 27, 2016 @ 16:15pm
The holidays are quickly approaching. Are you ready?1) plan all your meals 2) eat out no more than 2 times per week 3) get lots of sleep 4) exercise daily 5) plan for all of your cheat meals 6) relieve your stress daily with meditation, yoga, exercise, massage, accupuncture 7) Stick to your grocery list and buy only what you need; avoid overeating. 8) eat healthy 90% of the time. 9) make a decision to maintain a healthy weight and do it! 10) spend MOST of your time with freinds and family that will not sabotage you by over-eating, exposure to bad or unhealthy food or habits.
Gaining muscle mass is a goal that many people are striving for today. There are still a lot of people who obsess about losing weight, but gaining muscle is by far the most popular request people have when they look to get the help of a personal trainer.
Posted by Ted Levin @ Friday, May 01, 2015 @ 10:38am
My personal training business known as BodyRite Training is centered around two activities: eating and lifting. Results happen in body composition when we eat food that isn’t complicated and pick up stuff that is heavy. It may sound over simplified and silly but rest assured, I am dead serious. Clients that join up with BodyRite undergo a body composition evaluation on day one of training and then every four weeks.