Cardio Training be it indoors or outdoors is not a waste of time let’s get that clear from the start. Cardiovascular Training should be in every gym program, however, the mode of training will vary depending on your overall goals. If weight loss is your goal as it is for my clients on “The Old Medicine” program cardio training will be an essential element to their training plan.
Too many Calories that build up, not being expended by exercise or physical activity cause an increase in body weight. The more you eat without burning off those calories the heavier you will become. This principle is known as energy balance or part of it anyway.
Criterion Fitness and Nutrition is in the business of helping Men turn wishes into reality. No magic or falsehood involved, sometimes we get it right and other times the road with clients just gets longer. But be in no doubt that we strive to provide our clients with up-to-date knowledge and expert execution in all aspects of their fitness journey.
Carbohydrates such as Oats, Brown Rice, Brown Pasta and Sweet Potato are great sources of energy to fuel your day and exercise sessions. These carbs also hold fibre which helps normal bowel movement, helps to control blood sugar levels and lowers Cholesterol. It is also advisable to eat vegetables and fruit throughout the day due to their vitamin and mineral content.
Most men care about their appearance which is important, especially our inner appearance when it comes to the state of the heart but I want you to think more about your aesthetic appearance for a moment. Home gym training is the order of the day for many of us in the UK as we battle through Lockdown. In this article, we will touch on why working out using your own programme is the way to go.
I’d like to introduce you to my weight-loss programme ‘The Old Medicine’ which can help you to lose 8-16lbs in the next 2 months. Designed to educate and inspire you to take control of your weight and fitness levels this programme also includes a bespoke fitness programme that will challenge you and help you achieve your goals.
These are hard times in so many ways. But when we get out off this period will you as a PT go back to your old ways, selling dreams or helping clients positively change their realities?