Every year, people look for the newest trends in fitness. There have been some crazy trends over the past 50 years, such as the Drinking Man’s Diet of the mid-60’s and Air Shorts of the 1970’s. While most trends have very little science-y stuff behind them, there are some that we should take pretty seriously. If you are a fitness professional and your job is to help people become healthy, you should pay attention to these trends. Chances are your clients are reading magazines and are staying on top of things. You should be, too.
When it comes to healthy habits, you can have too much of a good thing. Fiber is good for you, but too much fiber is a major diet no-no (if you’ve done it, you know what I’m talking about). Even too much sleep can backfire and hurt your health. And exercise is no exception. Continue reading 7 Signs You’re Too Much Working Out!
Cynthia Sass is a nutritionist and registered dietitian with master’s degrees in both nutrition science and public health. As a sports nutritionist, she consults for pro teams and privately counsel professional and competitive athletes in numerous sports, as well as fitness enthusiasts. Pros and weekend warriors definitely have different nutrition needs, but they do have one thing in common: In order to get the most out of being active, everyone needs to eat properly to help their bodies recover from the wear and tear of exercise.
Here are six rules to follow, and how to prevent overdoing it, which can cancel out the weight-loss benefits of breaking a sweat. Continue reading 6 Rules for Post-Workout Meals By Cynthia Sass
Here are some inspirational females and males bodies for you to motivate yourself to achieve your fitness goals. You’re Welcome 😉 Continue reading 10 Beauty Vs Beast Bodies (Gallery)
Peanut butter and jelly are amazing together. Wine and chocolate isn’t a bad combo either! So when it comes to workouts, tabata intervals and isometric holds are the powerful duo that will kick you in the butt and shrink it a little at the same time! Continue reading 5 Tabata Exercise to Burn your Belly and Booty
Not drinking enough water can have some very serious effects on your body, especially in a survival situation. This infographic is about the importance of water for human body The dehydration and the implications for the body of the people. Continue reading Why Dehydration Making You Fat And Sick
Thinking about trying this whole Eating Clean thing, but not entirely ready to jump in with both feet? Maybe you’ve realized that making a change from your current eating habits might not be a bad idea, but where do you start?! Recognizing that what you’re doing now isn’t working is a great first step! The good news is eating clean isn’t a “diet.” It’s a lifestyle and a new way of eating, and it isn’t going away anytime soon. Follow these “Baby Steps to Eating Clean,” and you’ll be well on your way to a healthier you in no time! Continue reading 8 Baby Steps to Healthy & Clean Eating
3 Day Diet Plan is used for 3 days at a time. This diet normally used by doctors and military. These diet uses all natural products, no pills. If you follow the diet correctly you can lose up to 10 lbs. in 3 days and 40 pounds in a month. The 3 day diet focuses on mixing certain types of foods that create a reaction in your digestive system. The chemicals are supposed to boost your metabolism and help you burn fat at a higher rate than usual. After 3 days of dieting, resume eating normally for three to four days, do not overeat. You can start your 3 day diet back anytime if you like. Continue reading Lose Pounds in 3 Days with the 3 Day Diet
From gauging muscle activity to analyzing running form, fitness trackers are becoming smarter—and moving beyond the wrist
As befits a trend that began with activity-tracking wristbands and Google Glass, wearable tracking technology has become both more mind-blowing AND more commonplace at the same time. Here are 5 recent products that walk the line between gee-whiz and ho-hum. Continue reading The Hottest Tech Trend of 2015 – Fitness Wearables
Walking into a department store or sporting goods retailer to buy a pair of athletic shoes can quickly turn into an overwhelming experience. There are many different types of shoes for all sorts of activities. It is easy to find shoes for runners, walkers, rock climbers and basketball players. Usually the shoes are clearly labeled in the stores according to their purpose. If you have a little background knowledge, shoes for gym training are also easy to find, even if they are not clearly labeled as “gym shoes.” Continue reading Pick the Perfect Shoe for Any Workout