How Aaron Hall changed it all Meet 2017 Aaron Hall. Everyone say, "Hi Aaron!" Aaron and I had come to know each other some years ago when we both worked out of the same gym. I was a trainer, and Aaron worked as part of the gym staff. Aaron was pretty fit back then having … Continue reading Decking the Halls
The numbers of reps and sets themselves don't define the success of the workout itself. The numbers are just pathways to get you to the right type of muscle engagement. It's just some pathways typically lead to better chances of success than others, and that's why they're repeated so often.
To me, one of the best things fitness has to offer is a sense of regaining control. When things don't go how you planned. When you're in the middle of some suck. When you're left feeling powerless.
You can do fitness.
YouTubers, when not busy creating all that content, want to get that jacked dream bod too. Here's Andrew McMurry's trek to fitness greatness.
I hope you're feeling great and have been making positive changes to your life daily. Last time we talked, we had a sit down overview with the way you weigh-- how great of a tool the scale "can" be in someone's fitness journey. But, there are a few other way that you can track your … Continue reading Using Tape Measurements to Improve Fat Loss
Even with the knowledge and principles in place, getting people to listen to fitness advice is hard. How can trainers better connect with their clients?
How do you know you're moving towards your goal? Tracking is great! You know the importance of tracking calories the right way, so you better know the right way to interpret the scale too.
Awesome! This might be the most important thing you've ever done... like really. If there is one thing that drives long term body change-- better than anything I've ever seen-- it's someone who counts and tracks their calories (accurately). So what now? I guess I would make sure you know what a calorie is first. … Continue reading So You’re Counting Calories
Let's have a conversation about calories. Why should you care and how to track them.
The people who love fitness seem crazy, don't they? Full disclosure: they are. And here's the thing, in order to be successful in your fitness journey, you don't need to be in love with it.