The generalized magic equation for weight loss is daily energy expenditure being greater than caloric intake. However, if you are living off of veggies and lean protein, exercising 4 hours a day, and still not dropping pounds, you may want to consider your sleep patterns and stress levels.
A great way to test this is by practicing standing on one leg for balance, and holding a plank for core. Standing on one leg: Start by standing on your right leg, with your left leg hovering an inch or two off the ground. Extend your left leg forward slowly, pause,
I'm a huge advocate of dark chocolate, and after listening to a lecture by David Wolfe from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, I'm even more of one! " Cacao (Raw Chocolate) — The seed/nut of a fruit of an Amazonian tree, cacao is the highest antioxidant food on the planet, the #1 source...Full Post
The number one excuse I hear for not exercising is “I don’t have any time”. This is usually due to the fact that it hasn’t become priority, it’s not set aside in your schedule, or you’re not sure what to do to make it effective. Maybe right now winding down after work and watching your favorite...Full Post
This was written by one of my dedicated clients, Alice Ancarani. She has achieved amazing results in the time I've been working with her, and I am so proud that she is sharing her inspiration with others:
Personal Trainer TIps Revealed!
Don't you all wish that you had a personally trainer with you...Full Post
I hope everyone had a good weekend! If you've never tried Quinoa, I want to encourage you to try cooking with it. Quinoa has the highest nutritional profile and cooks the fastest of all grains. It Contains all eight amino acids to make it a complete protein, has a protein content equal to milk, is...Full Post
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