Foods and drink for exercise recovery

Best Food and Drinks for Active Recovery

A day or two after working out that uncomfortable feeling settles in – stiff, sore muscles that are sensitive to the touch, making even the lightest of daily activities a challenge. DOMS, also known as delayed onset muscle soreness, happens after strenuous exercise and causes tiny, microtears in muscle fibers. These microtears occur when force is applied while the muscles are lengthened, known as an eccentric muscle action.

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Keto vs Atkins

What is the Difference Between Keto and Atkins Diets?

When people talk about a low-carb diet to lose weight, there’s a high probability they are discussing either keto or the Atkins diets. You might be asking yourself, but aren’t they the same thing? While keto and Atkins are two of the most popular versions of low-carb dieting, the similarities end with limiting carbs. To help you determine if either of these diets are appropriate for your clients, here’s what you need to understand.

 

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Virtual personal training

How to run virtual training classes?

Virtual training classes aren’t a novel idea. Fitness professionals have been delivering at home workouts to the public for generations through VHS tapes, DVD’s and now on-demand and streaming. The Information Age, or the Digital Age, has changed the accessibility and delivery methods available, allowing trainers to tap into a much wider audience and grow their business in ways that were previously unattainable.

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Home Workouts Online

How to workout at home without equipment?

We’ve all heard the excuses before. I’m too busy to drive to the gym. I don’t have transportation. I’m a fulltime parent and can’t leave home. I can’t afford the monthly membership. The gym is intimidating. Other people will judge me.

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Low Carb vs Keto Diets

What's the Difference Between Keto and Low Carb Diets?

Low-carb and Keto diets get a lot of attention these days. Maybe some of your clients have approached you looking for answers about what the difference is.

The short answer is that all Keto diets are low-carb, but not all low-carb diets are Keto. For a low-carb diet to be called Keto, it needs to be low enough on carbs and high enough on the good kinds of fat.

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Meal Planning Calendar

How to Use Google Calendar for Meal Planning

A lot of your clients will tell you it’s hard to get started with good new good habit-like meal planning. It takes too much time. They don’t know where to start. They don’t know how to keep track of it. That’s where Google Calendar and you come in to help your clients form and consistently maintain a healthy eating plan.

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Weight Loss Truth

Extreme Weight Loss Diets

The Truth About Rapid Weight Loss

You’ve probably been there. You’re chatting with one of your clients before a session and they tell you they have a big event coming up and they need to lose some weight--and fast--to look their best. They talk about some pills, concoctions, or fad extreme weight loss diet they heard about promising the quick results they’re looking for. 
 
The first thing to tell them is to be careful.
 

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5 Tips for Helping Your Personal Training Clients Build Healthy Habits

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Meta Description: Encouraging clients make positive lifestyle choices is part of your job as a personal trainer. Use these tips to help them build healthy habits that stick!

5 Tips for Helping Your Personal Training Clients Build Healthy Habits

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Drink in moderation with fitness goals

How to Drink in Moderation and Skip the Extra Calories

When it comes to maintaining a healthy weight, drinking can sabotage all of your efforts to lose weight, get healthy and stay happy.

 

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Keto vs Paleo

What's the Difference between Keto and Paleo?

What is Paleo?

The Paleo diet is focused on stabilizing blood sugar levels, increasing and maintaining gut health and eating all natural, preservative and sugar free quality foods.

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