As a trainer and nutritionist, I get asked a lot of questions. I noticed a trend in the last few years and the same questions keep coming up. I’ve decided to address these questions in a blog post because chances are, you too are curious about at least one of them.
When it comes to workingout, there are ways on how to train your brain to think positive. Here I share a few of my top signs you may need to actually take a break from working out.
Intrested in learning how to become a full-time trainer in NYC? I share my successes and failures.
If something is not changing, then it might as well be dead. See what business advice I give on how to be a successful personal trainer.
The cold weather makes it difficult to get motivated to keep up with your daily routines. Here I give some easy ways yon how to keep your fitness up in the cold weather.
Pull-ups are one of the most challenging exercises BUT they are extremely effective.
There is no cookie cutter weight loss formula for all people. Your calorie intake depends on your weight, sex, height, daily activity level, hormones, fitness level and genetics
Here I show you some ways to train your core, with an added challange!
Knowing your individual RMR (Resting Metabolic Rate) is essential to finding out how many calories you should be eating on a day to day basis.
If you are someone lacking motivation and time to workout, don’t worry, you’re not alone! I recommend to focus on your diet first to jumpstart your weight loss.