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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Superfoods…?

Depending on your dietary choices or lifestyle, you will hear that certain foods are superfoods and others aren’t. They have mysterious powers that allow them to cure diseases and ailments much more effectively than any other food. Yet, after a few months sometimes weeks, these foods are not super anymore another one is that you […]

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FODMAPS!

In the ever-growing field that is nutritional science and my hunt to stay in the know, I have come across a few studies mentioning a form of carbohydrates called FODMAPS which stands for fermentable oligo-, di-, mono-saccharides and polyols. These short-chain carbs are said to cause bloating, gas, and even anxiety in some individuals. As […]

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CArdio…?

In my years of training and now coaching one thing hasn’t changed it’s peoples dislike of cardiovascular training because of the all the trivial information surrounding the subject. Some say it makes gaining muscle harder, while others swear by doing High-intensity interval training (HIIT) amongst other combinations. However, the truth is that cardio is essential […]

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To Track or Not to Track

Over the past few weeks, a lot of new research talks about calories and macronutrients tracking. A notion I have a love-hate relationship with even though it works wonders when done right. Yet it can be harmful when done wrong. Therefore, right off the bat as a nutritionist and trainer, I say tracking overall caloric […]

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