There’s a new nutrition documentary making waves on the Netflix scene. Called The Game Changers, it’s the personal story of James Wilks, former UFC fighter who began following a vegan diet in an attempt to recover faster from a serious injury he sustained during training. While learning more about the best diet that would help … More Should The Game Changers Change Your Sport Nutrition Game?
We can probably all agree that there’s no single magic pill for good health. We need to eat our fruits and vegetables, get enough sleep, remember to exercise, stay hydrated, the list goes on. But what if we could take a bit of a shortcut? You know, like how we have an extra cup of … More Powdered Greens: Super Food or Super Scam?
May 2019 Update: Since I officially passed the 1 year anniversary of my new website and blog, I’ve been digging through some of my earliest posts and giving them a little update. Carbohydrates have continued to be a consistently hot topic since I originally wrote about them last year, so I decided to revisit the … More The Truth About Carbs
If you haven’t heard, here is your official PSA: Canada has a new food guide
Move over pumpkin spice! Chocolate and mint is officially here!
Welcome to the 4th and final fitness challenge in my November Fitness Series! This week’s challenge is the plank! If you missed any of the other fitness challenges this month don’t worry! The links to the rest are at the end of this article! The plank is one of those exercises that most of us … More Perfecting The Plank: Your How-To Guide
Welcome to part 3 of my at-home fitness challenges! This week we’re taking on the lower body with my 1-minute squat challenge. This fitness test is uber-simple, takes only one minute to complete, and is a great tool to regularly assess your lower body strength.
Metabolism. A mysterious, complex force that many of us talk about, but perhaps few really understand…
My number one job as a personal trainer is to make my clients more physically fit.
Humans were made to move. There’s absolutely no denying the positive benefits of physical activity on both physical and mental health.