On the Road? No Gym? No Problem

So, if you’re on the road and it’s a Sunday, and your twenty-four-hour gym isn’t in the area, what do you do? You adapt, of course! Just because you have no gym access on a Sunday evening shouldn’t give you a ticket to do nothing for the night and call it – especially if you […]

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Five Ways to Reinvigorate Your New Year’s Resolution

So many people will be confused as to why I continue to talk about the New Year’s Resolution even past Valentine’s Day and it’s because when we make them, we intend to be a different person for all three-hundred-sixty-five (three-sixty-six every four years). Therefore, talking about the resolution in November, December, and January is customary, […]

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Ten Minute Workouts Will Fry You

It’s something I’ve read in nearly every personal training/program development course I’ve taken – all you need are ten-minute bouts several times a day to maintain an active lifestyle. Why not bust out ten-minute workouts? It’s literally all you need, granted you do so a few times a day, with a minimum of three. For […]

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Feeling Pain of Regret in a Dream

I think I can call it a nightmare instead of a dream. Long story short, I felt the pain of regret. Now, being that I have zero problems getting into the gym twice a day, lack of physical activity wasn’t the issue, but I’ll tell you what was in this article. But first, a tiny […]

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Do Physical Jobs Count as a Gym Membership?

Okay, so what’s a paid workout and why would a paid workout count as a gym membership? Basically, a paid workout involves a physical job and while you will definitely build muscle and burn body fat, this shouldn’t take emphasis away from joining and working out in a gym if you don’t have home gym […]

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Pursuing Fitness Goals? The Buck Stops with You

I was watching an episode of My 600-lb Life: Where are they Now, and I’ve noticed many of Dr. Now’s (zero pun intended) patients continue to struggle with their weight-loss journeys. Even if the initial episode which featured them showed success, ‘Where are they Now’ sometimes shows an ugly side of the reality of lifestyle […]

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New Year, New Me Fail? Don’t Sweat It!

I write about the ‘New Year, New Me’ subject often because so many follow the formula of believing the only way to achieve a new beginning is to begin a lifestyle change during a new year. Little do they know this strategy has detrimental effects. For one, the new year comes at the absolute wrong […]

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