I spotted a fun article in Mel Magazine recently that made me wonder what it would take to be as strong as Batman, because it delved into how much the superhero would probably be able to bench press.
I think if there’s anything the last couple of weeks have inspired me to do, it’s to write about how to safely exercise when it’s hot outside. If you’re like me and live in a state where the heat waves have hit early and don’t seem to want to back off, you might wonder if it’s possible to remain active. Here’s what I’ve been doing to keep myself and my clients working out without placing our health at risk.
A new study recently released has revealed that endurance exercise for men isn’t the same as it is for women, and I have to say that this doesn’t come as too much of a surprise to me. Having been a personal trainer whose main client list is male, there is something pretty obvious that seems to pop up for me that my female trainer colleagues don’t seem to observe.
Sustainable weight loss habits are really the gold standard we’re all looking for when we’re determined to drop the unwanted pounds. Some secret technique meant to cause rapid fat burning sounds appealing, but we all know that it won’t be long before we see the return of whatever was lost. That’s why it’s important to use techniques you’ll be able to keep up over time.