Author: Hannah Skillin Recently, I’ve had a couple of people ask me “how many times should I work out during … More
Consistency. Its a word thrown a round a lot in fitness coaching and client relationships, and in articles and blogs … More
Getting in shape can be a big task. I’ve done it myself (several times now) and have helped many a … More
In our last post, we began to look into the effectiveness of cardio training vs. strength training when it … More
I got my first gym membership when I was 19 years old. It was my first year of college and … More
Consistency and sustainability should always be the goal. I like to recommend habits that lead to successful outcomes for the long haul. Severely cutting calories to less than half of your daily base needs is not sustainable or effective for long-term success. Nor are ass kicking, overboard caloric burn workouts on too often of a basis. If you like to do them for fun, that’s great, but please understand it’s not going to equate the ultimate body composition goal that you are looking for.