Specifically, can your body convert muscle to fat, and vice versa? I’m going to tackle this in two halves, by answering two questions I often get asked.
This vlog covers a bit about my work, some interval footage (a rarity for me these days) I also talk through my current calories and macros to demonstrate the way I eat.
I have been personal training for over a decade and have built a solid reputation for results to say the least.
The aim of this year is to build some quality muscle, but first I want to get my body fat down to a point I am satisfied with. From there the lean build will commence!
I was watching the TV the other night and there was ANOTHER one of these programs telling us what is good to eat, what is bad to eat, and generally spreading mass hysteria and confusion.
Life for humans has changed a lot over the last hundred thousand years, but our bodies have not. Humans evolved and adapted to life in the African savannah, but what worked for us then is not necessarily ideal in modern society.
Getting in shape isn’t easy. It takes hard work, consistency and determination. My job as one of the leading trainers in the world is to deliver incredible results, but in order to do so the plans have to easy to use and food has to be realistic for fitting into people’s lifestyles.
I love the Christmas period but as a fitness professional and gym owner it does present certain challenges.
Have you ever put your health and fitness off? Either short term or completely? Perhaps you’ve thought to yourself “I’ve got a social weekend, so why not wait til Monday?”