It’s always challenging to get on the scale and see a number you don’t like. Remember, it’s our self judgment that creates the stress. So be kind to yourself if you choose to get on the scale. If you’re consistent and make small changes to your habits, over time you can see progress. If you
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Here’s a tip that can help you improve your workout consistency. Remember, when you want to get results, consistency matters! Although, make sure your workout program is designed safely and effectively to maximize your results and to reduce injury. Want our help? Check out our special offer here: https://www.crfitness.com/get-started/
A common question I get is, “Is this food fattening?”. This video explains some better questions to ask that can help you reach your goals.
This video can give you some insight into what is in your way of exercising. I’d also like to add that you can find something you like/love doing, for those that hate exercise. Do something to create momentum to build a habit of exercise in your life. Even if it’s just a 5 minute
Here’s a tool that can help you with your daily habits. I used a weight training example of a 3 day per week workout where you can rest in between workout days. Obviously, there are ways to design a program where you can weight train on consecutive days, but program design is beyond the scope
Here are a variety of stability ball core exercises that you can do. Just make sure that you can master a plank before you move up to these more advanced progressions. The core exercise progressions are as follows: 1. Elevated Plank (e.g. elbows on bench) 2. Floor Plank 3. Stability Ball Rollout on Knees 4.
Here’s a video to show you how to deadlift safely (and even bend down to pick things up safely too). Dr. Joseph Damiani of Skyline Physical Therapy in Wyckoff (www.skylinept.com) does an excellent job of showing what goes on with the spine during bending with visuals of the spine and hip. He even shows you
Here is a weight loss tip that really helps me. A little background: I have a sweet tooth and I also love bread, fries and pizza. Growing up I always ate sandwiches and my mother made home-made French fries. My father even owned a pizza store when I was a kid, so I ate that
By Charlie Remiggio Having been a personal trainer for 15 years, I’ve seen some common themes when talking to clients during my initial consultation. One common theme for clients is that they are losing weight on a nutrition and exercise plan and then they go on vacation and they eat and drink whatever they want.
It’s that time of year again where you make your New Year’s resolutions and most likely losing weight is at the top of the list. There will be plenty of choices to make on how you will go about losing those unwanted pounds, but make sure you choose wisely. I know you want to lose