Category Archives: Exercise

Cardio Secrets to Reduce Body Fat

We probably all know that cardio helps reduce body fat, but what type(s) work best? How can you avoid wasting away lean muscle mass? Below, I’ll reveal some of the answers to these questions and provide you with cardio secrets … Continue reading

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GOING BAREFOOT

The cool thing about humans is that even though we can do long division, think about our place in the universe, program a week’s worth of meals, solve complex problems using logic, and perform other tasks indicative of high intelligence, … Continue reading

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How to get STRONGER with AGE….

I have to be honest with you. I am an aging athlete. And regardless of how “old” you are, you’re aging as well. Most days I don’t feel old. In fact, in a lot of ways I feel every bit … Continue reading

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My Coaching Approach to Getting You Results

Over the years, I’ve fine-tuned my coaching approach toward my clients, based on constant research and a desire to go beyond mainstream advice and delve deeper into fitness and nutrition. I personally don’t really have this amazing success story, as … Continue reading

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Today’s Training Tip

Today’s Training Tip – Measuring Your Progress: If you’re really interested in measuring progress, make sure to do it on various levels (not just the scale). Keep track of your body fat pinches and or circumference measurements. Keep track of … Continue reading

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Why should workouts be based more on rest?

Rest and exercise are usually thought of as opposites, but they are actually complimentary and dependent upon one another. Just as night can only be defined in the context of day, exercise and rest are similarly connected. Rest is the … Continue reading

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Foam Rolling Basics

Foam Rolling – The Basics So… you may have seen people at your gym rolling around on a strange looking foam roller. You may wonder what the purpose of foam rolling is, and if you should be using it. What … Continue reading

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Life Stressors May Be Holding Back Your Training

This post will give you a better understanding of how life stressors may be holding back your training, as well as strategies to manage them more effectively. Enjoy! 😉 xxx, Amber ————— “I’m tired.” “I’m overtrained.” “I have no energy.” … Continue reading

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Have you taken the “exercise doesn’t cause fat loss” claim a bit too literally?

It’s true that “eat less, move more” is an overly simplified, ineffective piece of weight loss “advice,” akin to a psychiatrist telling a depressed patient to simply “feel better.” However, that doesn’t make it a downright falsity. Exercise is an … Continue reading

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Save Time with SuperSets

So what is a SuperSet? A SuperSets can be defined as:  The act of performing a set of one exercise directly after a set of a different exercise. This has the dual benefit of saving you time in the gym … Continue reading

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