Im going to try and do something a little different with this blog post. I want to explore the topic of abdominal muscles and their visibility in a much greater detail.
No sooner do we take the decorations down, the long-winter nights begin to shorten and our thoughts turn to the summer.
Dropping body fat quickly is the silver bullet for many people. Whether its dieting (which obviously everyone loves doing), fasting or just managing your weight, either for an event or an upcoming holiday, at one time or another, everyone will want to drop their body fat.
At this time of year, now things have settled down and your social calendar probably isnt as busy, life should be getting back to . . . .
We all know how busy life can be. When youre juggling work, children, relationships, commuting and the countless other things that steal your time, finding space in your diary to workout can be tough.
If you want to lose weight, you have to be in a calorie deficit. This means eating fewer calories than you burn off.
What is fat, where does it come from, and how do you get rid of it? I've talked quite a bit about fat loss in the past, but today I'm going to try to tell the whole story of fat.
This is probably one of the most common questions I get asked. Its probably one of the most common questions any personal trainer gets asked. It sounds like an easy question to answer, but in fact its actually impossible. Why? Let me tell you.
Its a super motiving time for most people and a time when ambition and belief is high. With great intensions people kick off the year with a focus on getting fit and healthy, but good intention isnt enough by itself.