ROM – Range of motion

As a newbie lifter or gym enthusiast, the term range of motion is either a little confusing or your bread and butter. I say this because, in the beginning, some people follow a pre-made plan or read/ watch a lot of content that focus on form, tempo, even primary and secondary muscles engagement per exercise. […]

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Sleep…. too much, too little or just enough

One subject that is particularly interesting to me as of late is sleep, not just how many hours but also what counts as quality sleep. I know many people claim to have a bedtime but end up tossing and turning for half of that. Furthermore, exploring the truth behind a few myths like adapting to […]

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Label Culture part 3: Fighting Biases

I know this post was supposed to come a few weeks ago, but the launch of the Fend For Your Health podcast took a lot more time. However, that’s no excuse, let’s get right into the final post of the series. Throughout the series, each post focused on defining label culture through in-group out-group bias. […]

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It’s a Lifestyle

There are so many workout and diet plans out there with more coming out every day, especially now since everyone is still in the “NEW YEAR NEW ME” phase. Yet, I’d like to go against the mould and create a lifestyle, not a plan. That’s what we do each week, add new skills to our […]

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Eating Window, Strategies for Hitting YOUR Goals

When you fast, there is an allocated timeframe to eat. At first, you countdown the hours, minutes and even seconds until your window opens. The final minutes before, you have already mapped out what delicious food will serve to break the fast. Nuts, fruits, veggies, maybe a meal from your weekly meal prep. No matter […]

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