With millions of articles on fat loss online and countless diets, studies and information available it is easy to miss the point and continue to get your fat loss formula wrong. Information overload can be a big problem when you are trying to nail down your results and make some serious progress.
I often see people skipping from one plan to the next looking for the silver bullet to fat loss.
There is a lot of talk in the media at the moment about supplements. Just in the last few days I have read several articles on the pros and cons of using supplements.
There’s no denying that calculating & planning food, meals and calories can be a nightmare! But nutrition is an integral part of training and getting fit, so you simply cannot leave it to guesswork when your progress depends on it.
We all have the potential to achieve great results in the gym or on our fitness goals whatever they might be. We are not all built the same nor want the same things so we cannot all expect the same end point. But we can all become the very best version of ourselves.
I often get asked questions about ab training. I wanted to cover a few of the key points in a short video.
There are no set movements you need to do in order to build muscle.
Eating a healthy diet can often feel isolating. People may pass comment or judgement and even pressure you into eating foods that are not in line with your goals. But when you are following a plan of which healthy food is an integral part, don’t ever make the mistake of thinking you are doing something wrong.
Thanks for taking the time to check out my new blog post. This is a new style of video for me so I would love your feedback and if you would like to see more full length training videos.
Napoleon Hill once said that “a goal is a dream with a deadline” and I couldn’t agree more. Even if you go into your fitness plan with the best intentions, it’s still essential to set daily, weekly and monthly goals to maintain consistency and keep improving.