Category Archives for Fitness and Nutrition News in South Jersey area

Diet soda the healthy choice?

Healthy choice, Diet soda? I was looking over various diet articles on the internet when I came across this one: New study is a wake up call for soda drinkers. The first study has many holes in it, such as their point that a person who drinks two cans of soda gains more weight than […]

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5 Personal training salad bar don’ts

Lose weight at the salad bar: Summer is coming!  By now, your new year’s resolution is either a great success…or something you’d rather not talk about.  However, if you are looking into this last month as a time to quickly lose weight, let’s try to make it productive.  Many of my clients, when I start […]

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7 personal training Myths continued

7 Personal training myths continued The final 3 of the 7 personal  training myths, continued, from last week’s 7 Myths reviewed! Personal Training Myth #5 Male and female training regimens should differ. Myth.  The overall goal may be different between men and women; however, the one variable that does not change between males and females […]

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7 Training Myths further reviewed

7 personal training myths:    Personal training myth #1  “I don’t like my arms.  Therefore, if I do arm exercises, my arms will become lean.” It makes sense, just like A+B= C. Unless, A+B=C only assuming D, given E, with F > 0.  The point is if you don’t take everything necessary into account, you […]

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Metabolism: Speed up

Speed up metabolism Weight loss is synonymous with metabolism.  One of the first complaints, when starting a weight-loss regimen, is that of a slow metabolism.  The truth is that in most cases, metabolism largely depends on a person’s size, as more of a person requires a faster metabolism to sustain.  This article will focus on […]

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Fats, Proteins, Carbs: Macro-nutrient Density

Macro-nutrient density Now that we’re building a healthy mind set, it’s important to have at least a basic understanding of what’s good and what’s better left at the store. Macro-nutrients: Macro-nutrients are nutrients which fuel the body. The main three are carbohydrates, proteins and fats. 2 Types of Carbohydrates: Simple- need little if any digestion […]

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Eat with Purpose:4 steps to fitness success

4 steps to Success weight loss success Right now, we’re developing a healthy fitness mindset.  You wrote down three days of everything that you have ingested (food and liquid, even that little tootsie roll that you may have forgotten).  You have a good idea of what changes you have made and have stuck to them […]

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Eat with purpose: We’re all addicts

Diets are not the answer So if the popular diets are not the answer, what should I do, Mr. personal trainer!? Honestly, diets are never the answer. This Fitness specialist believes in the Training Aspects’ way of making habits stick: “An extreme change lasts a month, a lifestyle change lasts a lifetime.” The majority of […]

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Eat with purpose:Get thin quick myths

Myths of getting thin quick Today’s Methodologies: THE “GET THIN QUICK SCHEMES” “Let’s get rid of Carbs”: Personal trainer’s feedback: If you need to focus, have effective workouts, want to burn fat instead of muscle, lose inches and so on. This may not work very well. “Eat 500 Calories (Kcal) & Tread Mill”: Personal trainer’s […]

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New year’s Phenomenon: 3 steps to staying discipline

3 Steps to accomplishing your New year’s Resolution The fitness Industry’s most popular time! You sign up for that gym membership and promise yourself that when January 1st comes around you’ll be up at 5am, at the gym by 6 and off to work by 7:15. For the veterans, “Why is this place so packed?… […]

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