There are more tools, apps, diets and gurus than ever to help you get fit and healthy. There seem to be more people seeking the answers than ever, but fewer people finding them. Maybe the solution is not to add more tools to the process, but
You ask for their resume. You ask questions. You do your research. Some simple questions to ask
How much Continuing Education do they do each year? Are they continuing to grow or do they stay inside 4 walls training themselves and their clients 12
Injuries happen to us all. No matter how careful you are, but there is no need to rush into an injury because of your training. I see people training doing things they have no business doing. They’re willing to sacrifice correct form for ego-based training.
Why are you exercising? Before you start drinking the Kool-Aid you should ask yourself what do you want.
It seems that some of the current exercise trends want your goal to be get better at exercise. Why do you Cross Fit, Orange Theory or Shred 415,
Everyone wants to be the badass and do the workout that mortals can’t do. All they seem to want in their workout is more. They keep going more extreme until they reach ludicrous. These are the people bragging about their accomplishments while they walk around in a boot or with