As people are sitting for long periods of time, back pain is on the rise. The human body was designed to move, not sit. We are not meant to work out for an hour after work each day. Our bodies are designed to move all day. With the amount of sedentary time that humans have each day, it is no surprise that back pain is a problem.
As an NCCPT trainer, you know how important it is to customize workouts to each client. There are a lot of factors that will affect what you plan, and one of those is your client’s […]
Every generation is grouped based on characteristics that each generally shares. A lot of factors will influence the way that each generation views any given part of life including the way they respond to marketing […]
Lack of time is one of the biggest excuses that people use in order to get out of exercise. It seems that everyone is so busy with work that working out is the last thing […]
The marine-derived n-3 FAs, EPA and DHA, are found in highest concentrations in cold-water oily fish, such as salmon, tuna, and anchovies.
While a pound of fat and a pound of muscle both weigh a pound, a pound of water in a balloon sure looks different than a pound of lead bolts. A pound of fat can […]
Small doses of essential amino acids are most effective in maximizing muscle protein synthesis after exercise. There is no evidence to suggest that consuming large amounts of amino acids(e.g. greater than 40 grams of protein) […]
Eating in the morning speeds up metabolism, which aids in weight loss, says D. Milton Stokes, R.D., a nutrition counselor in Stamford, Conn. The most complete options: Cereal and milk with bananas or berries A whole-wheat tortilla with peanut butter and fruit Yogurt with low-fat granola or muesli A whole-wheat English muffin with scrambled eggs, cheese, and ham Oatmeal with almond slivers and fruit