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It’s normal to exercise less this time of year. Most will blame this on all of the holiday activities that they have to take care of. The parties, the shopping, the baking, the wrapping… While it’s true that there’s a...
…about your fitness goals? Just because it’s the holidays doesn’t mean that your fitness goals no longer matter. In fact, if you lose sight of your fat loss goals entirely this month, you’ll have a seriously rude awakening come January...
Want to drop some body fat? Today I have 7 simple and effective ways for you to shed that unwanted body fat. While fat loss can be quite frustrating, these 7 strategies are proven to help you slim down fast....
You probably consider yourself to be a healthy person, but do you really have healthy food in your kitchen? You’d be surprised how many fattening foods you’re still buying and eating. Here are 7 foods you should lose from your...
What’s the best way to eat for fat loss? Two popular eat-for-fat-loss strategies that you’ve probably heard of are Intermittent Fasting OR Six Small Meals. Which strategy works best? And which should you follow? Let’s find out… Intermittent Fasting: this...
What are you eating for your snacks and small meals? <== This is SUPER important! If you’re eating the wrong thing every 2-3 hours then it’s easy to gain weight quickly, rather than the result that you want ==> which...
If you’re wanting to lose weight, don’t give up on your favorite pasta dishes! Instead, make these dishes lighter, healthier and just as delicious by using noodles made from vegetables, rather than traditional, heavy pasta. If you’re new to cooking...
If you’re not ready to bare it on all the beach yet, I have an extremely effective 2-step method for losing belly fat faster than ever that I’d like to share with you today… Step One: This step requires zero...
What if you ate better for the next 30 days? How much would your weight decrease? How would you feel? Let’s give it a go… Step #1: Clean the junk out. Step one is simple: get rid of all the...
According to a study conducted in the UK in 2015, less than 1% of the formerly obese will maintain weight loss for more than a year. Specifically, this broke down to just 1 man out of 210 and 1 woman...