I came across an article today that lists 50 body weight movements that one can do anywhere. As a personal trainer, I always encourage clients, family, and friends to workout outside of the studio or gym in order to burn a few extra calories, maintain motivation, etc.
For some people, losing weight is a tough road. Some people battle their weight all of their lives, nothing seems to work. And then they look around and everyone seems thinner, more fit, so they just give up. The cycle continues. Weight loss doesn't have to be a losing battle, though. Anyone can lose weight; sometimes it takes a little help, though. And this help could be a weight loss center.What does a weight loss center do?
Posted by Ted Levin @ Tuesday, May 03, 2016 @ 11:42am
Spring weight loss can be accomplished! The weather is awesome, the days are longer and your energy levels are buzzing and as a result you have a great advantage over the winter to lose weight. Now, with that being said, what are some simple things you can do to help your healthy eating and exercise? In this blog, we give you three tips to help you with spring weight loss.
Body fat is something that we usually never want to know right? I can understand why this is the case. We are all unique, so, we don't want to be compared to someone else.Also, not all body fat devices are accurate or reliable so your body fat could actually be lower or higher than what a device says.However, in today’s blog, I want to show you how using one particular body fat measurement can help you discover why you might not be losing body fat.
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.