Daily Kettlebell Workout To Stress Less

Stressed at home or work? Take some time out for this Kettlebell session.

Stress is an occurrence in life we usually try to avoid but in reality, without a degree of pressure in our lives, we quickly become forgetful of what life is for. Stress at work or with your family getting you down? Try this Kettlebell session out and I’ll add a couple more tips to help you see things clearly and destress.

Thanks for taking the time to read another post from criterionfit.com! We help busy men, big men and small men with fitness goals and lifestyle changes to make. My name is Hanif and I started training in this field in 2017. I’ve had stressful periods in my life just as you have, but the way I try to deal with the pressure has changed much over time.

Here I’d like to offer you a simple workout that you can do which will take you under 30 minutes to complete. 3 kettlebell circuits, 1 round (2 rounds of each if you have more time). You’ll work Lower/ Upper / Cardiovascular / Core and the hope is that by the end of the session you’ll feel relaxed and ready to tackle any issues you have with clarity and focus. Less talk, more work let’s go!

Circuit numberExerciseRepsDurationOther info
1Deadlift 10Slow eccentric lowering, fast contraction.
Single KB Press10 both armsProgress to bilateral press
Burpee2 minute
Planks1 minute
2KB swing2 minutes
Standing Tricep Extension10 both armsno more than 8kg Kettlebell behind the head to start.
High Knees2 minutes
Crunches1 minute
3KB Goblet Squats10
Press Up2 minutesRest on knees to make it easier.
Mountain Climbers2 minutes
Heel Taps2 minutes

I hope you’ve enjoyed this session and if you beat the 30-minute clock nice work. The goal was to take the stress away for some time, focus on other things which help one regroup. As you’ll know there are many things one can do to destress but some may take more brainwork than others.

The first thing to remember is that Allah (subhanu wa ta’ala) is all aware and knowing of the stress you are going through so calling upon your lord for relief is a must. Prayer and supplication to Allah (ta’ala), lowering your gaze, avoiding haram, seeking knowledge, making wudu and seeking the counsel of those with true Islamic knowledge should all be in your mind.

The food you eat can reduce stress and give you a better feeling about yourself and your current situation. Foods such as fatty fish, dark chocolate, yoghurt and vegetables are all foods that will give you an uplifted feeling the more consistently you make them a part of your life. Drinking more water and less caffeine-filled drinks will help you to relax and promotes better blood flow around your body, calming your nerves so you can focus on your stressors.

Fasting and exercise are two keys from the keys of keeping cool. Fasting focuses you on the remembrance of Allah (ta’ala) and recognition of the favours we have to the point we can choose not to eat and drink food. Exercise as you’ve just seen from this session is a good way of bringing on endorphins and dopamine chemicals that increase our happy moods. When you’re relaxed you see things differently so if you’re feeling stuck in a stressful situation try as many of the above modes of calm as possible. Take the time to reflect and approach the situations from a position of tranquillity.

Uplifting: Why Weight Training Is Important In Our Lives

Weight Training Is Healthy.

How many days do you have? I know like you know that the next hour isn’t guaranteed for any of us but while you’re breathing and have the luxury of limbs to help you strive in good deeds it’s important to take care of the body you’ve been given. I know the struggle of work/ family/ study life, picking up a quick meal that you find enjoyment in is no crime but as weeks turn into months and the exercise equipment you have gathers dust, time only moves faster and the strain you put upon your body also increases.

How’s it going? My name is Hanif of criterionfit.com. We help men in the UK and worldwide increase in energy, motivation and confidence with our fitness and nutritional coaching. Serving men of varying sizes, goals and issues is what we do so if you want to achieve something great for yourself and in honour of the trust you’ve been given by Allah azza wa jal our creator, get in touch (contact page is in the menu). In this post, I want to talk to you about weight training for longevity. 

When you think weight training, lifting, pushing weights or whatever trending hashtag defines this type of exercise at the moment, your automatic thought may be a bodybuilder with arms that don’t extend past 45 degrees, sweaty, string vest in the winter, juiced up and angry, can’t breathe well and couldn’t outrun a mobility scooter if his life depended on it. If I’m describing someone you know please tell him to read the signs, his life really may depend on a quick change.

Weight training looks uninviting for the majority of people but it really does have a place in all of our lives. Yes, some people go to extremes in every area of life and fitness training is no different but as we age our bodily muscle mass reaches a stage where it will only decrease and issues like osteoporosis, loss of bone density, clogged arteries and loss of balance can make life that bit more challenging.

Many of us have muscle imbalances due to many factors including carrying bags on our stronger side, playing sports, sitting in a particular way or our working environment. Strength training can help us correct these issues or at least make things easier upon ourselves. The UK health recommendation is to get a minimum of 150 minutes or so of exercise per week and you don’t need to be in a gym to do this. For us men, we care about strength, who wants to be weak? Yes, strength in deen is way more important than strength in the body but a heart with strength of emaan and strength of body has doubled up on goodness.

If you look at yourself or avoid looking at yourself due to unwanted or too little muscle mass, strength training is part cure for both sides of the spectrum. A solid handle on food will also be necessary to optimise your growth but without the suitable stimulus, you’ll achieve little and spend a lot. The training programme needs to be acted upon consistently and patiently. 

Finding time to pray is on point, seeking knowledge is on point, we find time to seek wealth and sleep, eat and all those things life throws at us unexpectedly but do we find time to give our bodies, our hearts, muscles and bones the time they need? I see health-conscious elderly people in my gym and it is great to see that exercise is a part of their daily lives. Some men want to be tanks and that’s fine in moderation, the average man just wants to be able to lift himself out of a chair upon reaching his older years. If I can say one thing that hits home for you I hope I’ve already said it because weight training burns calories, builds strength and size, helps you get better sleep and so much more including increasing your confidence. 

He’s a Monster – Gym Plan.

I hope this post hits home and you’ll get started on your training. If you’re onboard to exercise and need a plan check this 3 day split programme working all of your major muscles [He’s a Monster]. It’s ideal for the beginner lifter and takes out 3 hours of your week inshaAllah, give it a go and if you need something more specific get in touch with us for us to build you a custom exercise programme for the gym, park or home training. Thanks for rolling and talk soon inshaAllah.

Eating While Reclining

The example of the Prophet (peace be upon him) was not to recline while eating.

Eating Positions: The Sunnah

Chapter 6. Eating While Reclining

3262. It was narrated from Abu Juhaifah that the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “I do not eat while reclining.” (Sahih)

Sunan Ibn Majah – Volume 4 – English Translation by Nasiruddin al-Khattab – Published by Darussalam – First Edition 2007.

Eating Positions: The Science

The Greeks and Romans were known for their “opulent” lifestyles reclining to eat grapes may come to mind. In today’s fast-paced rat race you’ve likely seen the image of a busy office worker running out the door with a slice of toast in mouth flagging down a bus and Sunday afternoon footballers drawing for the half-time fruit and energy drinks.

The posture we hold while eating has an effect on how we digest food because our stomachs empty slower when we lay down as opposed to sitting up but the reason for this is still unknown to researchers and doctors.

Eating Positions: Criterion Fit

The example of our Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) comes before any other example and we follow his way. Laying down while eating slows digestion, may increase the chance of choking, leans towards arrogance and shows little gratitude for what one is eating and Allah azza wa jal knows best. Food before the blessing of good taste is for nourishing our bodies so we can worship our creator and work to provide for ourselves and our family. The manners we have with food tell much about our outlook on life so if you’ve been one to lean back while eating it’s time to prop yourself all the way up (the puns keep coming and not on purpose).

Habit Changing: How To Get Change Right

Eat this or that?

Growing up I had a real sweet tooth. I had a sock draw filled with sweets and there was hardly a day in which I wouldn’t buy a load of penny sweets on my journey back home. Most of us can recount our youthful days eating eggs and marshmallows with friends but some of us haven’t outgrown the sweet sugar fix just yet.

In this post, we will look at how you can change negative food habits and begin a healthy fitness lifestyle. My name is Hanif of CriterionFit.com. We help men with fitness goals and coach clients using exercise and trusted nutritional knowledge so they can realise the health and confidence they know to be within. Thank you for taking the time to learn from us and now, what you’ve come for.

Habit changing doesn’t come easy for anyone. Have you ever thought about the specific fruits and veg or snacks you eat, at what times you eat them and the quantities you knock them back in? Habits creep upon us day-by-day and in a subtle fashion so much so that when we look at ourselves with a true reflection we see how much we’ve changed. Habits grow upon us and the change can be noticeable physically in the form of weight gain/loss or internally in how our heart and bodies react to certain stimuli.

When making changes we will often start off so strong that we can’t maintain the momentum we set ourselves. It’s great to have enthusiasm for change but it’s important to build up the momentum over time because the small changes over a prolonged time will be easier upon you and become like second nature as the saying goes.

If one were to set the pace too fast and come to a halt due to the many obstacles that may arise we will remember our failures a lot easier than we remember our successes and this can put a block on us making further changes we know we need to make. There are three basic ways we can go about change as explained by Dr Stephen L. Kopecky (Professor of Medicine – Mayo Clinic) and they are: 

  • Epiphany
  • Change the environment
  • Take tiny steps

An epiphany would be a light bulb moment that gives you all the dedication, motivation and knowledge you need to get out of the gate. This sounds great but its hard to maintain as we’ve said. What would be easier and more sustainable would be to change aspects of your environment such as putting your running shoes by the door and bringing your alarm clock closer to bed so when it goes off you’re up and head out for a morning run before your family wake up. It could also mean working in a quiet office room at work rather than with the whole work team as they share biscuits and doughnuts. The third change is the easiest of them all and that would be to take small steps in your habit-changing plan, eating an extra portion of fruit each day and reducing the cups of fizzy drink for example.

Rewarding yourself with healthy food that you like is a great step because you feel satisfied and you do justice to your body which is a trust from Allah azza wa jal. The more you do this the more you change for the better, the more confident you’ll feel and you’ll increase in energy God willing.

Habits stay with us for life. You need to move past bad habits because you can’t break them, you just learn to avoid them. Untangle the knot one at a time and reward yourself regularly until you’ve found yourself to be a changed man.

I hope you’ve found benefit in this article and will share it with someone that really needs to read it. CriterionFit offer online nutrition coaching and kettlebell training sessions for men, we can help you increase your confidence and health so get in contact with us via email or our social media networks.

Writing History: Win With The Pen

Fail to plan – plan to fail

To take anything seriously you have to live and breathe it. You’ve heard it said so many times and it only makes sense, if you want to be the best at Brazilian Jiu-jitsu you need to spend hour upon hour training and studying other top competitors game. If you want to lose weight or gain size you have to learn about food and training, you need to learn from and listen to your body. If you want to learn Arabic in order to learn Islam from the Salaf you need to spend hours learning new words and the rules of the Arabic language as well as listening to the explanations of books from our scholars. Whatever you have passion for it will take time away from your daily schedule if you truly take the pursuit seriously.

In this post, I’d like to talk to you about the power of writing your journey down and how you can realise your potential faster by writing. My name is Hanif of CriterionFit.com, we help men achieve fitness goals and increase motivation and confidence in other aspects of life through fitness training. I currently study personal training and practise Brazilian Jiu-jitsu as a white belt. Islam is a focal point in my life and as a husband and father training in the gym and learning about nutrition have helped me better my health and that of my family. The Islamic approach to health, medicine and diet are aspects of daily living many people in the West are unaware of and I hope to share some of that knowledge with you as I continue to study the religion of Islam.

Every journey starts with a single step

As I said, we will discuss how writing can benefit your fitness goals and it may sound like a time waste for many men but it works if you trust the process. Journaling and logging your training will help you to clearly define your short, medium and long-term goals. When you know the goal you can plan to achieve it within a suitable and realistic amount of time. It’s said if you fail to plan you plan to fail which probably has been written in gold somewhere. Setting targets can be very motivational and as you return and review your goals you will notice how close you are to the goal. It will also show you how far you have to go which can also be motivating once you learn to enjoy the training process since small steps lead to great places.

As a BJJ beginner, I hope to be training for a long time and starting journaling at such an early stage is me planting seeds I hope to benefit from in years to come. The sessions are hard and humbling, being submitted isn’t inevitable, meeting and making friends with the young and older the experience is worth writing down. The same goes for gym training! Hitting personal records, increasing endurance by running to that town you’ve not reached before and the like of that are all motivational and memorable.

When you look into and reflect upon what you have written down, over time, you will notice your strengths and weaknesses. It may be that you find cardio training hard at the incline and pace you’ve been going at or your bench press progress is weaker than your leg training progress. Noticing these things will help you to pick apart your training and rectify the issues so you keep on progressing. You may lack people around you that can keep you accountable and so writing your thoughts and achievements down will keep you on your toes to keep pushing, growing and learning.

When you fall upon hard sessions or lack that motivation your writings can become a source of focus so be mindful and truthful in what you write down, taking time to figure out what the last session made you feel. Looking back on your journaling will help you confront any weakness and bring about strength as you track your growth and change. Planning new goals and crossing off old ones is a great feeling and reflecting upon yourself is something we should all do to grow and understand ourselves, relationships and to help us in our purpose in existence.

You don’t need a fancy book to write in. Grab a piece of paper and let the notes take shape over time or use your mobile phone notes or voice recorder. Using a social media site like Twitter may also be the way for you and will surely keep you motivated as the world can also follow along as you progress. Try writing for a month and see if it benefits you, maybe you’ll warm to it and make it a regular habit just like most habits are formed, through repetition.

If you’re into Brazilian Jiu-jitsu and want to give journaling a go I’ve designed a book just for you [HERE]. 33 years into your training you’ll likely wish you started writing down your journey on the mat. The memories we have can become vague as we age but writing down has been the way of mankind for thousands of years so pick up a pen and chart your wins a day at a time.

9 Weight-loss Appropriate Foods That Are Super Healthy And You Need To Eat Right Now!

Healthy food options don’t mean boring. Check out these 9 foods and meal ideas.

You may have noticed an increase in your weight over the last couple of years as many men have and you may be trying to figure out what you can do to get back to lean status. There are options from increased exercise (physical activity), fasting, reducing calories from food and drink or a combination of all of these. What you eat is a major part of the struggle and our Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) as well as his companions and those after them would give the advice to be careful of how one fills his stomach.

My name is Hanif of CriterionFit.com. I help men discover their own healthy lifestyle and fitness goals. I’m a Gym Instructor and Nutritional Coach currently studying in the field of Personal Training. You’ll find great content on the issue of health and fitness in the articles and audio I post so subscribe to my posts and email list to support what we do here. Exercise should be a part of all of our lives no matter age, sex, physical ability and so on. Eating well and knowing the differences between macronutrients is also important, which we’ll dip into today so follow along and get your next shopping list ready.

Below are 9 foods that are in line with your weight-loss goals that taste amazing and will keep hunger at bay. Starting with Carbohydrates, we all love carbs in their various forms, easy to eat and even faster to finish. If you like crips you may want to try eating the vegetable Kale which can be put in the oven for 10 minutes or so to be eaten as Kale crisps. Containing vitamin A which is good for your eyesight, Vitamins K, B6, Calcium for healthy bones Potassium just to name a few, Kale is a great food to eat also beneficial as an antioxidant.

Sweet potatoes can also be cut into Chips and Crisps and have many benefits to your eyesight. They are rich in complex carbohydrates like many other vegetables, fruits, whole grains and legumes. Sweet potatoes are a good source of fibre which will keep you feeling fuller for longer and makes a good meal choice after a session of exercise. The best way to eat them is by boiling since this will have less impact on your blood sugar level, a healthy blood sugar level reduces your risk of type 2 diabetes.

You like a burger now and then right? Have you tried a vegetable burger recently? As more people test out vegetarian and vegan options the variety of foods opens up further. Chickpea is a key ingredient in many foods of this type. The Arabian and Asian world have been using Chickpeas in Falafels, Houmous, Salad and closer to home, Wraps and Burgers. Also a good source of protein, chickpeas contain fibre, manganese and folate which is important in red blood cell formation as well as healthy cell growth and function. As it relates to fitness, the combination of fibre and protein will help you feel fuller for longer.

What’s better than a Sourdough bread, avocado and Tuna sandwich and coffee to start your day? Avocado is a healthy fruit and source of fat that may lower cholesterol. It can be squished into guacamole as a topping on rice and other meals but contain more calories as compared to carbohydrates and protein so this should be noted. Fats are very satiating in comparison to carbohydrates and as they contain vitamins C, E, K, niacin, folate, potassium and omega-3 fatty acids just to name a few, but not all, avocados make a great addition to every post-workout meal.

Coconut Oil is very popular these days for its use in cooking, primarily in place of cooking oils and the like that can be detrimental to the lifestyle of health-conscious people. Scientific research into medium-chain triglycerides (a type of saturated fat) has in cases shown coconut oils ability to increase the number of calories your body burns, promoting weight loss.

Dark Chocolate is a really nice option for those that like sweet treats. Yes, it’s nuttier and at 70%+ coco you’ll notice the absence of milk but dark chocolate will help you in cravings for treats and strengthen your body too so you need not feel guilty. Antioxidants fight off free radical cell damage and dark chocolate is king in doing this. It may also improve blood flow around the body lowering your blood pressure. Dark chocolate also raises HDL and lowers LDL (bad cholesterol).

You may be a man’s man and only eat bison because you’re so alpha but salmon is a fish you should already know you need to be eating once or twice a week if possible. Pescetarians will tell you how light they feel and how their skin improves but there’s much more to fish such as salmon and a special reason why salmon is the crowned fish of choice. Omega-3 fatty acids are essential fatty acids that we cannot create internally so we need to consume them by way of food or supplement. Salmon is a great source of these fatty acids. Salmon is meatier than many other types of fish which makes it more enjoyable and can be found in sandwiches, rice dishes and potato dishes. 

Greek Yogurt with berries is a great snack meal that I’d encourage you to try instead of that lunchtime sandwich, crisps and drinks combination you’ve been used to for so long. Good for weight loss and being that greek yoghurt is a protein you’ll be unlikely to feel hungry any time soon. A source of vitamin B12, calcium and selenium this dairy meal will support healthy bones.

Raw Milk is unpasteurised which means everything the cow that produced the milk ate and digested that goes to the production of milk will be in this milk. Raw milk hasn’t lost any of the properties that make raw milk so beneficial to human existence. You may think that drinking full-fat milk would mean you’ll gain weight but in reality, people will likely feel fuller sooner and some studies have shown full-fat milk is linked to lower body weight. As a drink on its own or with breakfast milk is a blessing and tastes great.

9 foods, super healthy and sure to aid you in any weight loss goals you have. Building a shopping list isn’t like it used to be, there are so many food options and places to shop for food depending on your budget. All of these foods are sure to be accessible at a price that you can meet. Salmon can be bought frozen, you can order raw milk online and have it posted to your doorstep, there’s no reason why you can’t strive and surpass the goals you have.

However, if you need some coaching to learn more about macronutrients, calories, managing to control your hunger for treats you could try ‘The Old Medicine’ programme. We go into the above and much more with weekly consultations to get you in great shape. CriterionFit.com can also provide you with exercise programmes and we have digital products ready for you to use today. Whatever you do don’t settle for the same or anything less than the best.

Message Hanif [Here] for a free consultation to see how we can help you.

Kettlebell Training for Mental Illness

 

Kettlebell Training is the perfect way to calm mental ill-health and get life back on track.

Even long before the emergence of Covid19, there’s been a major issue in the mental health of our youth in this country. Not only the youth but men and women of all ages have been experiencing depression and many other illnesses that come under the mental health umbrella. The stability of homes and domestic abuse, drug use and the programming of minds through social and traditional media have in part caused the situation of mental imbalance within society. You’ll likely have friends and/or family members that have had to gather the strength and determination to overcome mental ill-health. The economic cost of Mental ill-health in 2020 was estimated to be in the region of £105 billion each year which is money that could be put into better health services if health, nutrition and fitness were generally given more of a role and appreciation in society. What we put into our bodies determines to a great degree our level of health and standing within society, eat well be well.

There are many ways people, men in particular go about battling mental ill-health. Some of the options open to you my dear reader are:

  • Deny the issue
  • Take drugs and intoxicants to numb the pain
  • Take prescription medications that seem to have no end
  • Talk to those people you trust and build a healthy network
  • Exercise on a regular basis
  • Gain control over the food you eat
  • Join a fitness or sports club

Exercise can really have a remarkable effect on your mental health, I’m not just talking to waste your time. You’ll probably know this all too well already, the times you’ve gone for a run around your local park and gotten exceptionally good sleep the same night or taking the stair up to your level of the estate block due to faulty lifts and noticing how toned your legs are getting and better breathing! The benefits of regular exercise (physical activity) cannot be denied.

I know firsthand just how bad times can be for a man with mental health issues. You can feel isolated, misunderstood, scared and hopeless all at the same time but no one can get you out of the situation you’re in unless you make positive steps toward change. That may mean giving up alcohol, building a new network of friends, working on unstable relationships, spending money on new foods that benefit mental health, buying new clothes and equipment for your fitness lifestyle and yes getting yourself some Kettlebells.

At CriterionFit we help clients utilise the gym equipment of kings; kettlebells, the one-piece gym that gives you a true workout when used in the correct way! We will take an inexperienced man and over a period of time coach him into being a perficient kettlebell user with a number of movements mastered to perfection. We love Kettlebells because they are inexpensive, convenient to keep at home, aid strength training goals and can be used as a way of losing weight. Above all, they offer a fun way to train and get regular exercise in, be it in a gym or at home if the gym environment isn’t your scene.

We conduct weekly one-2-one online kettlebell sessions with flexible times to suit your lifestyle and training goals. We design personal sessions that will aid you in achieving your fitness goals and changing your lifestyle and mental outlook. With the lived experience of mental illness, I can relate to your struggles and as a man that’s increased further. If you have a group of friends that would also like to train alongside you we can arrange group training.

We at Criterion Fit take our clients to be athletes and as such, they need to eat well. We have level 3 certification in Nutrition and Weight Management so we are well placed to help you attain the balanced health you require and shredded physique to suit. Kettlebell training looks intimidating to the most capable of gym users but with our coaching, you’ll gain a new skill, more confidence and the ability to walk into any gym knowing you’re skilled up to get some real training in. Helping men with mental and other health issues gives us pleasure because we know the power of a man that’s been down isn’t the same as a man that hasn’t seen what the former man has seen. He’s a different beast if he only gives himself the chance to rise up once again; we’ll help you all the way.

How To Attain A Fitness Lifestyle

Healthy Living is living a Fitness Lifestyle.

Leading a fitness lifestyle sounds great to most men but when it comes to the hard work of actualising that lifestyle we can fall flat on our faces. Figuring out how to reduce the foods we enjoy eating is difficult, waking up early to prepare meals feels like torture, getting into a routine of exercise is some self-inflicted punishment and on and on. The key is to set goals that fit your lifestyle.

In this post, we will help you set a foundation to work on so you can enjoy a fitness lifestyle that works for you. Hello, my name is Hanif of Criterion Fit; we help men in the UK and worldwide get the balance of fitness lifestyle right. With nutritional coaching and exercise training, you can achieve the vitality, body image and mental focus you’ve been dreaming of.

Know your goal

The first thing in attaining your goal will be deciding what exactly you want to achieve. Is it to reduce body fat, increase muscle mass, increase strength, move and feel better in yourself, attain a better quality of life, get better sleep, lifestyle change, look better aesthetically and so on. Once you know what you want out of exercise and your diet you can move on to the next step of setting a target.

Targets

You need a target date to achieve your goal that is realistic. To say “I want to lose 10lbs in 10 weeks” is realistic and attainable once you adapt your diet and exercise to facilitate this. This is also a specific amount of weight which is also important because if you stick with “I want to lose weight” alone, you’ll find yourself without a clear vision of when you’ve achieved your goal.

Be Conscious

Now you have a clear goal and set amount of time to achieve the goal the next step is to look at your levels of exercise along with the food you eat. Are you exercising enough, are you physically active, should you join a fitness club to get things going? You need to be conscious of the food you eat, how it’s prepared, how much you eat and plan out when you’ll eat. Putting on or reducing your size doesn’t come all in one go. It will take methodical work, structured and planned eating to get where you want to be.

Forming Habits

Increasing healthy habits such as drinking more water and snacking on fruit and vegetables aid you in living a fitness lifestyle. Setting a schedule to fit in your new healthy habits will help you ingrain them into your everyday life. Using your phone calendar for example is a great way to be reminded to stretch and do your core exercise in the mornings or go for a 30-minute walk during your lunch hour. All these habits will accumulate to transform your lifestyle before your eyes.

Employ A Trainer

Finally, I recommend you don’t go it alone. Seeking the help of a fitness trainer to help you get a handle on exercise will get you to point B in a structured way. The internet will throw up many opinions and ideas. A fitness coach will help you decipher the truth from falsehood and be a motivation to you when times get tough.

Conclusion

Every fitness journey is unique, looking at other people work is motivation but it’s important to get into the lane that works for you. I’ve been helping men with fitness goals since 2017 and have found that the men that achieve their goals and maintain them are those that make the fitness lifestyle a common part of their lives. As a Muslim my lifestyle is Islam but a fitness/healthy lifestyle was found with Islam long before modern science came about, long before the Carnivor diet was thought up and long before I proposed you lead a fitness lifestyle. Fitness is a part of or should I say should be a part of all our lives.

To get to the goal takes knowledge and action. Planning is an essential phase for anyone with fitness goals. I can help you with these goals so get in touch with me by hitting the contact button and we can arrange a free consultation to help you get to the goal you want to achieve.