What is Fish Oil? Why is it important for YOU to supplement?! Well, fish oil usually comes from oily fish like tuna, mackerel etc. occasionally it is manufactured from the livers of fish. The average person should consume at least 1-2 portions of fish a week, which is due to the many health benefits that … Continue reading Fish Oil 101
This concept refers to how long your muscle is under strain or resisting the weight during your set. For example, if you were doing a Tricep pushdown, it might take you 2 seconds to push down and 1 second to let the weight go back to its starting position. Let’s say you were doing a … Continue reading Muscle Movement 101
Throughout the course of your work out the muscular tissue in your body is breaking down and getting fatigued. Are there ways to combat this? Yup! I would say most people that are serious about their gym time, in some form or fashion supplement BCAA’s pre, intra or post workout. Well, what are BCAA’s? BCAA’s … Continue reading How to Improve your Workouts
Out of all the diets, meal plans that I have tried, intermittent fasting has been the most effective, easy and beneficial one for me to maintain. What is intermittent fasting? Well, it is a pattern of eating that involves a fasting and non-fasting period throughout your day. Typically for men, most choose to go with … Continue reading Intermittent Fasting
Everyone in the world in some form or fashion is addicted to food. The extreme as to which food addiction is prevalent in your life varies from person to person. Some people crave candy, while others crave meat, in the end, every person in the world LOVES food and NEEDS food to live. There are … Continue reading Top 5 Diet Mistakes
Lack of Routine: I feel the average gym goer walks into the gym, works out and expects results to just happen. What a lot of people don’t understand and I myself didn’t for a while is that going to the gym is different from progressing at the gym. Anyone can go do something for the … Continue reading Top 3 Biggest Gym Mistakes
I didn’t start lifting, being healthy and active till about 2011 after I graduated from college and came home. At the peak of my graduation I weighed 280 lbs. had nearly a 46” waist and was depressed, unhappy you name it. Instead of being proactive and changing aspects of my … Continue reading Every Half Pound Matters..