Today’s blog is a very special one. – it’s devoted to my good friend Ruth Naidoo. I met Ruth and her husband Strini last year when I was in New Zealand and they quickly became two of my favorite people.
Welcome to the portal! Fitness information is available everywhere in the public domain, but sifting out the good stuff from the junk can be an expensive waste of time. This is especially true with the internet, which is absolutely saturated
Originally published by: Andrew Read on breakingmuscle.com Overtraining can kill you. If you’ve been around the fitness scene for any length of time you’ll have heard it whispered about like Beetlejuice with people seemingly afraid
Myths about abdominal work –by: Nattyornot.com Myth 1: Women are attracted to males with “shredded” abs Many fitness enthusiasts start training to impress the opposite sex. They believe that having a set of solid razor sharp six-pack abs will “get them
If you’re not seeing the fat-loss results from your diet and workouts, think of sleeping! Find out how more quality sleep can help you succeed. As you begin scrambling for the latest and most scientific
This is a long guide, not a quick blog post. It’s based on what I’ve learned guiding clients with this over the last several years. Here’s what we’ll cover: Why Consistency Is Important Simplified Counting Rule Suggestions How To Make Your
IIFYM – flexible dieting Layne Norton Read and watch videos on you tube so you can understand my methods well! Dieting Trend Leaves room for Doughnuts YouTube: Dr Layne Norton — please watch these if you can over the next
Sleep plays a vital role in maintaining the health and well-being of an individual. Getting enough quality sleep makes you feel better, think clearer, and keep your energy up. Sleep is a biological imperative and any degree of sleepiness will
Sometimes the strongest cravings for food happen when you’re at your weakest point emotionally. You may turn to food for comfort — consciously or unconsciously — when you’re facing a difficult problem, stress or just looking to keep yourself occupied.
We spend more money and waste more calories by dining out than ever before. The US Department of Agriculture estimates that we eat 29% of our meals away from home. And the National Restaurant Association says that these meals take