A Lesson On Commitment

There are stages of awareness you will go through as you improve not only your fitness, but your understanding of how your body works. Oddly enough it happens in quantum leaps, not gradual stages. One day you’re going to find you’ve reached one of these stages and possibly more, and you’re not even sure how it happened. (more…)

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Time to Sweat!

Wearable devices that measure physiological processes, whether heart rate monitors, accelerometers, or a brand of newcomers which measure temperature and metabolites, are the newest addition to the fitness revolution that’s become quite formidable. (more…)

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Importance of Meals Before Workouts

Perhaps some of the most important information you can learn is what to fuel your body with before you begin exercising, while you are exercising, and after exercise.

Sports drinks, bars, and gels provide easily digestible carbohydrates that are optimal during performance. (more…)

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So Why Do We Eat?

Why do we EAT?

Obviously, you need food to survive, but beyond your basic instinct to eat are many other factors that affect your food choices. These factors include taste and enjoyment; culture and environment; social life and trends; weight concerns; body image, and health benefits; advertising; time, convenience, and cost; and habits and emotions. (more…)

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Post-Exercise Meals!

Meals surrounding the workout are going to be covered in depth through several posts. Right now we are talking about our post-exercise meal.

This is arguably the most important meal of the day. We’ve found out that we need three different meals to properly fuel our workouts. (more…)

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Ergogenic Aids & Supplements

What is an Ergogenic Aid? What is a supplement?

Ergogenic aid is a broad term used to describe any external influence that may enhance training, recovery, or performance including mechanical, nutritional, pharmaceutical, and psychological aids. A dietary supplement is defined as a ‘vitamin, mineral, herb, botanical, amino acid, metabolite, constituent, extract, or a combination of any of these ingredients.” (more…)

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Fit To Think

Women with fitness on their mind have healthier minds.

Young women who exercised at least 5 days per week performed better on tests of cognitive function than peers who were less active, according to a study by researchers at the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand.


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So you’ve bought your choice of protein sources, and you have them all bulk cooked, neatly stowed away in your Tupperware’s.

It seems that the World is at peace. Things are going to be okay, now that you have your meals prepped. (more…)

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The body processes that expend energy are:

Basal Metabolic Rate – 60% of the calories burned by bodily processes.
Adaptive Thermogenesis – 25% of the calories burned by bodily processes.
The Thermic Effect of Food – 10% of the calories burned by bodily processes.
The Thermic Effect of Exercise – 30% of the calories burned by bodily processes. (more…)

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