Tag: personal trainer

Cardio, Good for Weight Loss?

Is cardio the best option for weight loss? There is a common misconception that cardio is the best option for weight loss. This is far from the truth. Sure, cardio is indeed important for overall health but not necessarily the best option for a weight loss journey. In the following, I will discuss the importance…
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Post-Workout soreness, What’s Happening to My Body?

Post-workout soreness, what is happening to my body?? When we train, whether its strength training or endurance/cardio training, the next day or even the second day we tend to get sore. Sometimes the soreness can be more intense than other times. Why is that? In the following, I’m going to discuss what the differences are…
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Stress and Weight Loss

In a world full of deadlines, appointments, and other obligations, becoming stressed seems inevitable. For that matter, being healthy can even be a stressor itself. Which can really make it tough to stay on or get a weight loss journey started. In the following, I will talk about some of the side-effects that stress can…
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Can you train at multiple gyms and still make progress?

Can you train at multiple gyms and still make progress? This question is important for those that are training with progressive overload, periodization, powerlifting, strongman, etc. This may not be as important for your weekend warriors out there or anyone that is just looking to lose some weight. The answer to the question is YES…
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Cardio vs Resistance Training

For weight loss and for general health, which is best??By Success Trainer: Hunter Colvelski HunterC@SuccessFitnessMN.comMarch 7th, 2021 After years of working in gyms, I started to wonder why people that came in every day and did hours of cardio looked the same for years. Conversely, people who came and consistenly lifted weights changed their bodies dramatically over…
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Nutrition Tips

Eat breakfast – Starts the metabolism which will allow you to burn more calories, and have increased energy. Eat a combination of fat, protein and carbohydrate each time you eat – You will feel more satisfied, stabilize blood sugar, increase energy and get a variety of vitamins and minerals. Drink water – Water will help you feel satisfied,…
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