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These Are the Five Reasons You Need to Join a Gym Right Now

These Are the Five Reasons You Need to Join a Gym Right Now It’s time to get into shape! As you look at your flabby waistline and the scary number of the scale, the time to get into shape may have been a few years ago. However, there’s no time like the present. You are energized, motivated, and already picturing your future toned and beautiful self. As you make your preparations to slim down or bulk up, there’s one question you need to answer. Should you join a gym or go at it alone? Here are five excellent reasons to join a gym:    Peer Support Keeps You Motivated The American College of Sports Medicine says exercising with a workout buddy, partner, or group is a good way to stay motivated. Whether you are looking to bulk up for your next bodybuilding competition, get ready for the next marathon or you just want to live a healthier lifestyle, just surrounding yourself with people all working towards their own goals can give you that extra push towards reaching success. If you show up drained from a hard day at the office yet notice your fellow gym members are filled with energy, you’ll Read the full article…

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Ask a Trainer: What do you Always Carry in Your Gym Bag?

I can think of a few key items I always bring in my gym bag when I’m either working out or working with a client-it applies both ways. As a Personal Trainer, I’m always thinking three steps ahead. What is the intent of my workout today and what do I need to bring to ensure success for that intent? It would be easiest to start off with what I never leave the house without-my trusty shaker cup and a scoop of Rule 1 Chocolate Protein Powder and Stance Amino Acids. “Fail to prepare, and you’ll prepare to fail”. It is crucial after a workout to get 20-30 grams of protein so you can capitalize on the muscle building effects. It is not detrimental to not have protein right after your workout, but it is the best option if your goal is to gain muscle. In regards to the Amino Acids, these are used to fuel your muscles with essential nutrients to ensure stamina, and a “ready to use” fuel source for your workout. Food is great, but it needs to assimilate, whereas Amino Acids are already broken down and ready to be used as a primary fuel source. Secondly, I’ll Read the full article…

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Gym Ettiquette Comic Series

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Things I Wish I Knew When I Started My Fitness Journey

Before I get started let me begin by saying that the purpose of me sharing this (as well as everything else I share) is to help. Believe it or not, there was a time when I didn’t know what a squat or carbohydrate was. Back then I firmly believed that I needed to starve myself thin or else I would have to live a life of being overweight and unhappy FOREVER! I get it! Not everyone wants to be lean or have muscles; some enjoy their curvy body…Right on! I’m really happy for you, embrace your beauty! But if you, like a lot of us, need a little boost of confidence, a different physique and/or to start on your own journey this may be for you. So let’s get started. How muscle relates to fat: I’m sure you’ve heard or read somewhere that a pound of muscle and a pound of fat weigh the same, that’s true. But did you know that a pound of fat takes up 4 times the amount of space as muscle!! That’s why when you lose fat and gain muscle you look and feel thinner but the scale might not change at all. Because I Read the full article…

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How to Help New Gym Goers

What’re some things new gym goers can do to make fitness a habit? From what observed after coaching for over 5,000 hours; the one thing I’ve seen stand the test of time is putting fitness on a schedule. Let me clarify, start off by picking two days out of the week where you know for a fact you can get into the gym. For example: Mondays and Wednesdays before work at 6am. How do I, as a new gym goer, become motivated to workout? Honestly, at first you probably won’t. For the first week or two it’ll be self discipline and adapting to a new learning curve. That’s part of anything new. The fun happens when you realize the amazing benefits of fitness and now it’s part of your daily life. You start enjoy working hard, sweating and releasing your brains “happy chemicals”; this is where I, as a coach, see the general public really make a positive change. There is so much information, I’m having a hard time figuring out what will work for me! This is what I call “analysis by paralysis”. It happens a lot and it’s easy to fall into this trap. Take an “information dump”. Read the full article…

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