We are all humans. Sure, we all have our individual differences, but at our core, we are very much the same. Your Grandmother and an NFL linebacker are very different in a lot of ways. They are also very similar. Their exercise programs are going to look very different on the surface. However, if have a closer look and really have a look at what a human being needs to do to perform better in their sport or at life, they are going to be very much the same.
The topic of exercise variety is a hot one. In the quick fix, low attention span society we live in, performing the same exercise or workout twice is often seen as a chore. “It’s boring,” they say. Between weight loss TV shows, social media, celebrity workouts, and everything in between, the desire to show off or try the next “cool” thing is as important to everyday exercisers as the actual benefits an exercise may have for that person, if not more important. (more…)
“The trouble with the world is not that people know too little, but that they know so many things that ain’t so.” – Mark Twain
-Eat Protein and Vegetables frequently
-Control portion sizes
-Drink enough water
-Sleep 7-9 hours nightly
-Exercise 3 days per week
Raise Your hand if you learned something new there.
The answer is likely no. The fact is, most of us generally KNOW how to lose weight. We may not have mastered all of the intricate details like dialing in exercise technique or calculating how many carbohydrates to eat per day. But do we even need to? (more…)