Time is money. Wish I had a nickel for every time I've heard that. How often have you wished for more than 24 hours in a day? Prioritizing our to-do list can be quite challenging. By a show of hands, how high do you rank your personal health and well being?
The value of a dollar was instilled in me at a young age by my Parents. "Money doesn't grow on trees" is a phrase I often heard when I wanted something. I've yet to find a money tree; however, what I've realized in adulthood is...people spend time and money on what's important to them. Whether it's travel, dining, entertainment, fashion, automotive, or a plethora of other options, we tend to make things we enjoy a priority and use our two most valuable resources (time & money) engaging in these activities. Everything else usually gets an excuse.
Something I can count on every day at the gym is seeing someone attempting the latest get fit quick exercise they've seen in their favorite fitness social media outlet or magazine. Nine times out of ten they're performing the exercise incorrectly. On top of that, they most likely have no idea WHY they're doing that particular exercise in the first place. They saw someone else doing it and thought it looked cool to try.
A 4-month circuit functional high-intensity training progmam improves body composition and performance in sedentary overweight or obese women.http://www.eventscribe.com/2016/posters/nsca/SplitViewer.asp?PID=MzcxOTUzNjE0NA
Trying to bridge the gap between innovative science and power-packed practical application in exercise for health and human performance through my research findings on the worldwide top fitness trend!https://www.nsca.com/…/conferences/2016-national-conference/
Check out my new article in the latest issue of the NSCA's Personal Training Quarterly (PTQ) regarding the personal trainer's role in metabolic disorders as part of a multidisciplinary team against the most prevalent chronic diseases worldwide nowadays.https://www.nsca.com/publications/reports-and-journals/personal-training-quarterly-log-in/