Posts in : Los Angeles

  • Nov
    03

    Body Fat Calculator – Losing Body Fat – Flat Belly Diet


    posted in Nutrition Tips

    Be your own Body Fat CalculatorBe your own body fat calculator!  Losing body fat begins with understanding how and why you store fat.  If there were any flat belly diet that actually worked, every man would be strutting 6 pack abs and every woman wearing a size two dress.  People mistakenly believe because I’m a Los Angeles Personal Trainer that I only work with people who are already a “10″ striving to be an “11″.  Not true!

    Let’s lay some rumors about losing body fat to rest!

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  • Sep
    05

    No excuses…


    posted in Fitness Tips

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  • Aug
    22

    How To Choose A Gym – 5 Tips To Get Started


    posted in Fitness Tips

    How To Choose A GymIf you’re not already a member, how to choose a gym may be a question you’re asking yourself. Gyms and fitness centers seem to be on every city block these days, but not all are created equal!  Just as you should have goals in mind for individual workouts, you should consider what qualities you’re looking for in a gym or fitness center.

    1. Location, location, location.  I always recommend trying to choose a gym that’s closest to your home, work, or a place you frequent on a daily basis.  You eliminate the amount of effort needed to get to the gym!  Don’t make it difficult to get there, because you may try to turn that into an excuse for not going! (more…)

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  • Oct
    20

    Los Angeles Personal Trainer – Corey White


    posted in Los Angeles

    Los Angeles Personal Trainer Corey White is ready to “Bring out The Warrior Within!”  His no nonsense approach to training is simple – go hard or go home!   (more…)

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  • Sep
    09

    Post Workout Recovery Shake to Build Muscle



    Recovery ShakeAt the end of a big workout, your muscles are hungry and in desperate need to recover.   To do that, your body needs protein to rebuild your damaged muscles and carbs to process that protein. Towards the end of a strenuous workout when your body has exhausted its primary energy sources, it will target muscle tissue for energy. To prevent this, the first 30 minutes after your workout, if not in your last few sets, is the optimal time to have a recovery shake.

    Aside from the amount of protein in your shake, there are a few other aspects to consider. But first let’s start with the most obvious. (more…)

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