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When I first launched this company back in January of 2007 I had all of my articles ‘locked up’ only for my clients. I decided that when I redid my website I was going to ‘unlock’ all of my articles so everyone can read them...
There are so many health reasons to exercise besides getting that flat stomach or gaining lean muscle mass, including a significantly reduced risk of heart disease, stroke, colon cancer, high blood pressure, and diabetes just to name a few!
Exercise is a KEY to happiness. Research shows that people who exercise are healthier, more energetic, think more clearly, sleep better, and have delayed onset of dementia.
Your idea of fun might not be exercise. If it is call me and we’ll do lunch. But most likely it’s not. It’s probably watching reality TV or hanging with your friends and family or even staying late at work.
Repeating the same workouts for at least three weeks in a row allows you to build strength and endurance. It's impossible for your body to adapt to a workout in that short a time.
Exercising in your teens and 20s could help keep high blood pressure at bay over the longer term, a new study finds.
Not really and here's why: The longer the cardio session, the better the afterburn.
When you eat great, you’ll feel great. When you eat crappy, you’ll feel crappy. After a long day it’s just too easy to justify picking the crappy food. We’ll give you the tools and knowledge you need to make the decisions you really want to make.
The Someday Disease
We’ve all said it. “Some day I’ll lose weight.” or, “Some day I’ll start going to the gym.”
Unfortunately, some day never comes. Today is the day!
– Adam Gilbert, MBT Founder