“You Can’t Out Train A Bad Diet” Doesn’t Mean “Training Doesn’t Work For Weight Loss”

2021-04-28T21:21:50-04:00By |Exercise & Fitness, Weight Loss & Fat Loss|

"You can't out train a bad diet." Basically, this trite saying is trying to convey the idea that if you don’t control your food intake and balance it with your activity, so you sustain a caloric deficit, you won’t lose weight regardless of how much you exercise. Re-stated this way, in the context of energy balance, I don’t think anyone would disagree. However, I'm here to explain how this phrase has gone wrong...

What is the Best Time of Day to Work Out? Here’s What Science Says

2020-11-25T08:07:56-05:00By |Exercise & Fitness, Weight Training|

What is the best time of day to work out? I wouldn’t blame you if you were confused about this because everyone seems to have an opinion: Conventional wisdom says train in the morning to start your day right

Band Assisted Pull-Ups: A Secret Weapon For Getting Your First Body Weight Pull-Up?

2020-09-04T16:50:23-04:00By |Exercise & Fitness, Exercise Equipment, Guest Blogs|

It’s frustrating when you can't do a single pull-up or chin-up. But with proper training, anyone can get better at these exercises in a simple and predictable way. It just requires some hard work using the right tools for the job. One of those tools is the Assisted Pull-up using a band

7 Ways To Do More Pull-Ups

2020-08-01T20:24:20-04:00By |Exercise & Fitness, Guest Blogs|

Most people struggle with pull-ups, and many can’t do a single unassisted rep. In this post, you’ll learn 7 tips to increase your pull-up reps – whether you’re trying for your first strict pull-up, or your first 10 reps, 20 reps, or beyond - like Tom, who recently hit his personal record of 30 reps

This Type Of Exercise Is Shockingly Good For You

2021-04-22T13:39:30-04:00By |Cardio Training, Exercise & Fitness, Health|

Many fitness enthusiasts believe that unless cardio is high in intensity (like interval training or sprints), it's not beneficial ("high intensity or nothing" mentality). In a similar train of thought. Most people believe that walking [...]

Hang In There. The Pandemic Will Pass. Stay Strong.

2020-06-01T15:19:44-04:00By |Exercise & Fitness, Health, Home Training, News & Current Events|

During a time of crisis, I think the first important thing to remember is that it will pass. So hang in there and stay strong. The second thing is that staying [...]

How To Stay In Shape While Traveling

2021-06-28T14:08:50-04:00By |Exercise & Fitness, Food & Nutrition|

Some people may be thinking, "Impossible! You can't even maintain, let alone improve, when you have to deal with airports, business meetings, all-day seminars, hotels, mini-bars, room service food on speed-dial, restaurants and all that travel stress." Actually, in most cases, yes you can stay in shape while traveling, and even get in better shape, if you really want to, and here's how

Intensity or Insanity? How Much Training Effort is Enough?

2020-07-30T21:19:22-04:00By |Cardio Training, Exercise & Fitness|

Intensity is one of the most important training variables, and at times, it's definitely beneficial to push yourself and train with high intensity (effort level) especially if you're short on time and want efficiency. [...]

If Your Goal Is Fat Loss, Should Your Training Focus More On Cardio Than Weights?

2020-07-29T18:25:38-04:00By |Exercise & Fitness, Weight Loss & Fat Loss, Weight Training|

Cardio or weights for fat loss? If your primary goal is fat loss, shouldn't you just focus on cardio and hold off on the weight training? And if they say you can't gain muscle when you're [...]

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