I've been getting A LOT of questions about what people can be eating to support their health right now. People want to know what foods are going to boost their immune system and keep them healthy in these crazy times.
Parallette Training for Improved Strength & Skills
Any form of training that utilizes your own bodyweight is very rewarding. It’s also practical in real life. In addition to having the ability to properly squat, you’ll want to be confident that you can pull your own bodyweight up to or over a bar and push your bodyweight off the floor.
A new decade brings new resolutions to lose weight, improve your life, and that means a healthier lifestyle. Most articles you will read are about weight loss. Here are my 9 tips to help you avoid weight gain and establish healthy habits for 2020! - Dr. Tim Searle, ND.
Aching and painful joints is a common malady, especially among older adults. While arthritis is a common culprit in causing joint pain, other factors include inflammation, repetitive motion, weak muscles, a lack of mobility and being overweight.
Bodyweight Training Will Actually Boost Your Brain Power
Confidence is contagious. Confidence builds self-efficacy. Confidence allows you to be better equipped to handle whatever life throws at you. One way to build confidence is by setting simple exercise goals, by working towards them and by ultimately accomplishing said goals.
One of the biggest mistakes I see as a trainer is that people do not do their strength training from Day #1. That’s a big mistake. They say things like, “I’ll do cardio first and when I start to lose weight I will do some strength training to tone up”. Well, let me tell you, it does not work like that!
New! Lebert Fitness Honours and Supports the Canadian Military Community!
Fitness for all is not just a concept for Lebert Fitness, it’s something we truly believe in and are extremely passionate about. Through our Fitness For All program, we are now able to support and give back to the very communities that have helped build our company.
Lose weight, exercise more and get in shape are the most common things women want for their New Year’s Resolutions. Well, the most neglected or misunderstood part of the equation for achieving these aforementioned goals is strength training.
Whether it’s sticking to a program of physical training or being consistent with nutrition, we all fall off the wagon every now and then. How can you make your health and fitness goals stick? The answer may start with having the proper motivation, but you’ll need a few more tools to get you through in the long run.