Alcohol is always one of my least favorite topics to talk to clients about. Why? Because I feel as though I am the messenger who has to let them know this earth shattering news: alcohol will significantly decrease your rate of weight loss.
In order to start seeing change happen, you have to make change happen. When it comes to weight loss, let’s break things down to help you get a better handle of what you can be doing (and maybe what you do not need to be doing) to reach your goals! One of the most popular tools for weight loss is a calorie counting app, let’s dive into a bit more on this:
When you walk into the personal training gym at Crosswhite Fitness, it’s a guarantee you’ll see more than one person working out. Rarely do you see a solo person being trained or completing a workout alone. Typically, groups of 2, 3, or even more are working under the same trainer. Maybe they’re completing different circuits based on their needs and capabilities, but they’re all in there—sweating it out together. I’ve seen people high five, call out motivation, or even do their best to chat through an unbearably long plank.
The summer is finally here! This means the kids are out of school, everyone is having parties, and you’re probably traveling more than you’re home. While this is often an exciting and busy time for people, it can also be a challenging time to keep up the healthy routines created during the rest of the year.
Hey everyone! We’ve all had those moments in which we get extremely motivated to go to the gym (maybe it’s from a trip to the Doctor’s office or maybe just a Nike commercial), but we decide that it’s finally time to get in shape. However, after that initial kick, most people lose the motivation and determination to keep exercising, and they quickly fall off track. This post will provide 3 tips for beginners to make exercise seem a little less daunting until it quickly becomes a habit you can’t seem to shake.