It sounds to me that you need to change the way you are approaching fitness. You are now looking at it as an inconvenience; you need to be looking at it as an opportunity. Working out and eating right is an opportunity to improve the quality of your life. You are going to have to […]
The post I have been reading about how to get in shape. I know I should be eating 5 or 6 times a day and exercising about 6 days a week. The problem is I have no time. I wake up at 6am and don’t get to bed until 11pm and I’m running nonstop the whole time. What can I do to get results without having to exercise and eat so much? appeared first on 1st Phorm.
Patience my friend….patience. Stick with it, this lag time for fat loss results is very normal. It usually takes the body at least four or five weeks to achieve noticeable results during any fat loss regimen. You are almost clear of the “lag zone”, which means your results will begin to accelerate tremendously very soon. […]
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Uh, no. It is not okay to just blow off your leg training. I feel your pain…literally. It sounds to me that you need to change your outlook about leg training. You train all other parts of your body to build muscle so that you look the best you can right? Well, by not training […]
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Absolutely, positively NOT TRUE! Lifting is absolutely necessary to achieve a lean toned look. I had a question like this not too long ago, you can read about it here. This is one of the biggest misconceptions about weight lifting for women. If you can get over the idea that lifting will make you bulky […]
There are basically two schools of thought when it comes to doing cardio. One method, the old school method, is to do low-moderate intensity cardio for a 45-60 minute duration on an empty stomach first thing in the morning. This absolutely works. I have used it for myself and for clients & readers for many […]
The post I have read a lot of different things when it comes to the most effective cardio routine. I have heard from some that eating a little before you do cardio will help spare muscle. I have also heard that cardio on an empty stomach is the only way to go when it comes to fat loss. Which method is the best? appeared first on 1st Phorm.
You’re right. Balancing a job, a family and physical fitness is hard to do. That’s why you have to make it a priority in your life to take care of yourself. Your obstacles are no different than anyone else’s. We all have other things that take up our time and make it difficult to always […]
The post I find it really hard to get motivated to train consistently. I will do well for a week and then skip a week and so on. I really do want to be consistent, but with work and a family it’s hard to do. Can you give me any tips that will help me stay more consistent? appeared first on 1st Phorm.