Health/Beauty

Why Exercise is Essential in Overcoming Trauma

There’s a reason exercise is so often “prescribed” for those processing and recovering from a trauma. The body is an inter-connected machine, and healing trauma also involves caring for the entire body. When healing from a traumatic experience, don’t forget to eat healthy while also working on strengthening your body. The two go hand-in-hand. However,Continue Reading “Why Exercise is Essential in Overcoming Trauma”

Health/Beauty

Why Alcohol Is Hurting Your Fitness Goals More Than You Think

It seems that alcoholism is a rising issue and it can be hurting more than just your liver. Nearly half of active duty service members reported binge drinking in 2008, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Among two-parent families in 2014, four percent of fathers and three percent of mothers reported regular heavyContinue Reading “Why Alcohol Is Hurting Your Fitness Goals More Than You Think”

Health/Beauty Mental Health/Wellness

What Kind of Exercise Should I Do in the Morning?

According to numerous fitness studies, morning exercises are better than exercises at any other time. In addition to keeping you fit, you will also be active during the day, improve your mood and reduce the chances of having accidents in your other physical activities. Who would not want all these in one package? However, notContinue Reading “What Kind of Exercise Should I Do in the Morning?”

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8 Things Personal Trainers Hate to Hear

Guest Post By: Irma Ilao, CPT, SFN, SET Last week, I had an exterminator come over for a routine evaluation as I will be purchasing my home next month. He asked to look at the basement and so I led him downstairs. As he sees my home gym he says, “Wow, you have lots of gymContinue Reading “8 Things Personal Trainers Hate to Hear”