If you want to make fitness training part of your personal situation, it's important to keep it interesting. I've been training for over 10 years, so I know all about what it's like to get bored with your workout routines. I also found a way to keep it exciting though. Here are some tips: Read More
Yesterday I talked about how exercising helped me cope with anxiety and depression. On this blog I want to talk more about which workouts are best for people who suffer from depression. Read More
I've had problems with anxiety and depression before, luckily my doctor didn't prescribe antidepressants in the form of pills, but in the form of exercise! She told me to train at least 6 times a week and with high intensity. I'm forever grateful for her advice because it helped me tremendously. Read More
It really is that simple. Log your food and track your macro's. If your maintenance level is 2500 cal a day and you want to lose weight, drop to 2000 a day and you'll lose weight. Read More
The main reason why people don't do legs is that they think they have to destroy them every time they walk into the gym. Apparantly it's cool to say that you nearly puked working on your legs. Read More
Losing fat can be a hard process, being in a constant calorie deficit messes with your mental and physical state. Stage 1. Getting rid of your sugar addiction, After a period of eating bad foods it's hard to..
Gaining is harder than shredding, losing fat is as simple as sticking to a caloric-deficit-diet with proper macro's, upping your activity level a little and doing it for a certain periode of time. Read More