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Staying Motivated

Mar 25 2012

Weight loss can be a never-ending challenge for many people.  We can get motivated by the approach of summer or a big event, shed a few pounds and feel great, then quickly lose momentum.  Life gets busy, and we lose our focus.  Diet and exercise sometimes become monotonous, causing us to lose motivation.

This is often the result of our perspective, not a reflection of laziness.  Here are a few tips to keep in mind when trying to stick to a healthy lifestyle (I emphasise “lifestyle,” NOT diet – remember:  diets are temporary!).

Always keep in mind that exercise and good nutrition go hand in hand.  Weight loss will not occur without both of these…
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Exercise of the Month - The “Squat-Curl-Press”

Oct 05 2011

Here is a great functional compound exercise.  Almost every major muscle group is being used.  It works the legs, core, arms and shoulders in one dynamic movement.  This is an advanced movement that requires some balance and strength.  Start with light dumbbells and work your way up. 

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Scaption-Shrug exercise

Aug 31 2011

Have to work in front of a computer all day?  Need to work on better posture?  Give this exercise a try to help strengthen the trapezius and shoulder muscles.             

1. Grasp light dumbbells and stand with feet shoulder width…
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Don’t Cancel Your Workout When You Can’t Get to the Gym

Jul 28 2011

Don’t Cancel Your Workout When You Can’t Get to the Gym
We all have days, or weeks, when we just can’t get to the gym.  We have appointments, kids at home, we’re on a business trip, or just plain short on time.  You don’t have to forfeit your fitness routine simply because of time constraints.  You can create a workout right at home using the resources right at your fingertips - and a little imagination.
Get outside and walk.  A brisk walk can go a long way as far as keeping your metabolism burning.  By breathing and taking in more oxygen, especially in chilly weather, we can burn more calories than on the treadmill.  You can challenge yourself…
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