I love training people and helping people achieve their goals but I also want to give people the tools they want to work on their goals independently! Check out my videos for some exercise tips and to create your own, inexpensive equipment to work out at home!
Even if you are in your peak of physical fitness accidents can happen and sudden illness can hit. If you are stuck by an unexpected medical hardship that isn’t covered by your insurance this can cause a great deal of stress and anxiety.
HFCS is used in most processed foods. For example, breads, candy, flavored yogurts, salad dressings, canned vegetables, and cereals. It's important to avoid HFCS because it is a highly refined artificial sweetener which has become the number one source of calories in America. HFCS packs on the pounds faster than any other ingredient, increases your LDL (bad) cholesterol, and contributes to the development of obesity and diabetes.
The useful benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar, including weight loss. First, if 2 tablespoons are taken before bed, people have seen a blood sugar drom of 4 to 6 percent by the time they woke up. The antiglycemic effect of the acid in apple cider vinegar is what helps with insulin sensitivity.
The comparison of cable machines to free weights has been a topic of discussion among fitness enthusiasts and exercise professionals alike. The two can improve muscular definition and strength, while each has certain benefits that the other does not. The strength training equipment you use may come down to your personal preference and training goals. According to StraightHealth.com the best routine will use both machines and free weights for each muscle group. They both have their strengths and weaknesses, so integrating the two will give you the best of both worlds.
Strengthening from the ground up is crucially important when considering clients that may have lower extremity injuries. Looking at the whole picture from foot to core helps us to gain a better understanding as to why there may be an imbalance occuring. This is why as a Barefoot Training Specialist, I look at my clients feet and the way they walk.