Happy Holidays everyone! I hope you all had a lovely time with family and stuffed your faces with a God-like feast.
I know I did.
This year was very special to me because I survived my first year as a business owner. Clearly something I never thought possible. With 2016 winding down, I thought it best to outline some of the most popular posts of the year.
Granted there are a growing number of women who are steering in the right direction with regards to their health and fitness, the vast majority are still sorely misinformed — there is still a gaping hole that needs to be addressed.
Here are some of things I’ve learned from training women.
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you’re trying to lose weight? In this post, I shed some light on the number one mistake you’re making when your goal is primarily fat loss.
If we’re talking about exercises that are the most bang for your buck, it’s no question that you’ve got to hammer down movements that are going to make you strong — and exercises that exhibit high levels of muscular recruitment are going to be your best bet.
Here are four exercises to rule them all.
The kind of information a lot of trainers give out nowadays are about as useful as a used condom.
Whether you plan to compete in a physique/bodybuilding competition or not, you should never let your body composition drift too far. What’s the point of being strong if you don’t look the part.