Logging nutrition is a great way to stay on track with your body composition goals. This week we are taking it one step further and discussing a way to make your eating plan cheat-proof. If you get off track often and end up eating things you weren't planning on, be sure to check out the video!
It's easy to admit that the holidays are a tough time to stay on track with fitness goals. More time around family, an abundance of gifts in the form of cookies and treats, and of course, holiday parties, all make it tough to eat right. This week I'm giving you a fool-proof tip to help you not only survive the holiday season unscathed, but also help you thrive throughout the rest of the year. Learn why you should "eat before you eat" and how you can apply that to a once a year event, or your weekly outing on Saturday night.
Push-ups are a valuable tool in my training toolbox. They are a versatile upper body strength exercise that work a couple different major muscle groups. Although the push-up a great exercise to add to your training routine, it is also done incorrectly in many cases. Check out the video below to learn how to clean up your technique to get the most bang for your buck. If you're interested in improving your push-up strength instantly, check out this video I did a few months ago.
Being fit and healthy isn't all flowers and butterflies. There is going to be some hard work required and at some point, you're going to have to do (and eat) some things you may not love. This week's video explains how to work around these problems and "love what you hate."