Fad diets have played a major role in developing the recipe, for a massive body composition change when it’s crunch time to get sexy. We practically work against ourselves prioritizing these diets with hopes to attain magazine cover results, that would typically take twice as much time as we are willing to put in. Hype… Continue reading Fad diet myths: do they really work?
Something has been brewing in my head for a while: how movement and strength are factors that everyone needs. Fitness professionals may look at movement and strength as a “stability and mobility” topic, but to me, it’s a little more than that. Through my educational and professional career, I have had the opportunity to work… Continue reading How to Make Movement and Strength Part of Your Routine
If you are a new intern entering the field of health and fitness, or considering a change in careers as a strength and conditioning coach or personal trainer, this post will highlight ways to make your internship stand out. I went through two internships and I wish I had more insight before Day 1. For… Continue reading How to Make Your Internship Experience Great
“well, well, well, if it isn’t the consequences of my own behavior” Some sarcastic person making a terribly accurate meme I wrote the title of the piece knowing that it may come across as pessimistic. That’s not the point. I’m not making attempts to use any reverse psychology tricks on you as well (“screw you… Continue reading You Probably Won’t Make Health Changes: Here’s Why
Why you keep falling short of your goals By: Chi Bang I initially composed this article for the new year. However, it seems even more relevant now post New Years Resolutions – enjoy the read! As we enter 2019, we can make lofty goals and try to use the momentum curated by our social media… Continue reading How to Crush Your New Year’s Goals