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Creatine pronounced (Kre’ah-tin) is becoming increasingly popular in the health and fitness supplements market. No doubt you’ve heard of it but it’s unlikely that initially you’ll have any idea of what it is or why it could help you achieve more and reach your goals.
Creatine is a supplement to primary increase muscle size, it’s not a weight loss supplement, creatine should be taken as per suppliers recommend guidelines together with a structured exercise programme for increasing muscle size and a balanced healthy diet.
It’s worth noting that it will only have any effect if you do indeed work out, it will have no effect if taken on it’s own without working out, other than increasing the amount of Creatine stored in your body which is useless as you are not working out.
Using protein supplements is often seen only necessary for males or those looking to gain huge bulk in muscle. However this is untrue as we all require protein in varying amounts depending on the demands we put on the body. Often the amount of protein our bodies require from training is more than what we can provide in our everyday diet. To enable full recovery of our muscle and maximize muscle growth that will tone and define, protein supplements might well be the answer. Here is a quick guide to protein for women.
Starting a new fitness regime and eating healthy can be tough, especially at the start. The hardest part is motivating yourself to get up and go! Exercising with a friend is proven to improve exercise adherence, meaning you will stick to your training for longer and achieve better results. Simply arranging to meet your friend at the gym, the park or at a Personal Training Session will make you emotionally accountable with a social contract, you will be much less likely to let your friend or trainer down.
Is having a personal trainer a luxury? well sure it’s easy to come to this conclusion when for many, it’s expensive and something they don’t have to have. For years personal training has indeed been seen as a luxury reserved for the high income individual or celebrity but that’s just not the case anymore. The personal training market is booming, there are many more personal trainers than there once were, for the consumer this generally means cheaper and more choice when it comes to hiring a personal trainer.
Online personal training is not new, it’s been around on the internet for some time, what does change are the tools and systems that personal trainers use to deliver thier services. Online Personal Training or Virtual Personal training as it’s often referred to as, is the service personal trainers use to deliver their professional knowledge to help clients anywhere in the the world achieve their goals. We don’t really like the term ‘Virtual Training’ as although your trainer is not present, they certainly are real, at least Kiss Fitness personal trainers are.
We all know what personal training is, or at least we have a fair idea. Well personal training is not always conducted one to one, in fact it’s becoming popular to train in small groups of 3 to 6 people. This has some oblivious advantages including reduced cost, great fun, opportunity to workout with your friends or other like minded individuals together with the close attention of your trainer.A group personal training session can have all the benefits you’d imagine form a regular personal training session, you’ll train towards your goal, you’ll be motivated, your technique will be observed and corrected and not to mention the inert motivational factor of working out in a group, helping each other, being social and having fun.
One of the most used excuses for not exercising and working out has to be ‘ I don’t have enough time’ Well, with an attitude like that you’ll never get in your workout gear!
Time is the most precious commodity we possess and it’s never we don’t have enough of it, just we don’t know how to get the most out of it. The truth is we get done what we WANT to and make time for what we WANT to. The truth about the seasoned excuse “I don’t have time to exercise” is not that at all, it’s that you have-not made it a priority. If you did, you’d be in your running shows and already out the door and back before your procrastinating self has finished telling you why you should be working out yet you’re still arguing you don’t have enough time, not today!
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Starting your journey in personal training might seem like a daunting thing to do, you’re…Every January we make the same mistakes! Gyms & health clubs love it, they gain and they don’t really care if you stay (they’ve got you in a contract anyway) sometimes up to 18 or 24 months! That’s along time, not to mention the monthly gym fee. It’s even more demoralising when many signed up will rarely stick with it past January.
When you go to sign up at a gym, the question you need to ask yourself is; “what do I want to gain?’. For some, a gym might suit them, if you are relatively self motivated and able to plan your own workouts, you’ll be able to socialise and use expensive gym equipment. If, however you have specific goal, are not very motivated and struggle to find the willpower to workout. Don’t waste your money on an expensive gym contract, you know what is going to happen and the only one who gains, is the gym. The whole point is that YOU gain, YOU benefit and YOU reach your goals.Newer Posts