September, 2016

3 Tips to Master the Wide-Grip Pull-up

3 Tips to Master the Wide-Grip Pull-up

The treatment program at provides a framework grounded in practical Buddhist ethics and established psychology that incorporates mind, body, spirituality, and family. The pull-up may be one of the most difficult exercises out there but it is both equally functional and a permanent fixture in any legit muscle building or strength training regimen.  That being […]

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The Big Butt Fitness Trend: 5 Things Contributing to Your Butt Size and Shape

The Big Butt Fitness Trend: 5 Things Contributing to Your Butt Size and Shape

It’s no secret that everyone desires a nice butt.  Not only does it fill your jeans; it also gives you sex appeal, confidence and is essential to a great physique. Images of the best backsides have become a popular trend throughout all social media channels and entertainment, so much so in fact that some individuals […]

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The 4 Best Exercises for Post-Pregnancy

The 4 Best Exercises for Post-Pregnancy

After having a baby, many mothers are extremely anxious to get back into their workout routine and pre-pregnancy form. You can begin some exercises as early as the first postpartum day. Early walking is especially important in the immediate days following birth. You should be assisted the first few times you are up. Due to […]

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5 Foods That Seem Healthy But Aren’t

5 Foods That Seem Healthy But Aren’t

The health and fitness craze has swept the nation by storm and new marketing buzz words and fads are constantly coming in and out of popularity when it comes to nutrition and fitness. Every supermarket across the nation is now decorated with advertising preaching “organic,” “low-carb,” “free range,” “gluten free,” “non-GMO,” “all natural” and more. […]

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10 Healthy Carb Swaps

10 Healthy Carb Swaps

When it comes to nutrition, there are many fallacies and generalizations that create and abundance of confusion which is further perpetuated by fitness professionals and individuals who work out of their scope of practice. Carbohydrates have been given a bad rap over the last few years due to the popularity of low-carb and ketogenic diets, […]

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Pre and Post-Workout Nutrition for Every Type of Exercise

Pre and Post-Workout Nutrition for Every Type of Exercise

Every workout needs the proper nutrition to fuel it correctly, but each mode of exercise requires a different approach to maximize performance because of the body’s several metabolic pathways that utilize different fuel sources. While nutrient timing may not mean everything, it can give you that single percentage advantage that can add to an extra […]

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6 Easy Meal Prep Tips

6 Easy Meal Prep Tips

Let’s face it—meal prep is no easy task. Adhering to a nutritional program takes quite a bit of planning and often times hours of work, and some people just don’t have time to make happen. Rather than prepare and store meals throughout the week, countless people decide to choose the drive through instead, which leads […]

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Increase Activity During the Workday With This Office Workout

Increase Activity During the Workday With This Office Workout

The office life can quickly lead to a sedentary lifestyle that promotes obesity and a slew of metabolic and cardiovascular diseases. The average American work week seems to only extend in hours while also introducing many negative elements that will derail any fitness goals such as stress, inactivity, prolonged sitting, lack of natural sunlight, and […]

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