How often should you workout?

It’s been 6 times in a row that your coworkers commented on your chubby cheeks and your prominent gut. Word on the street is that you’re getting fatter and fatter each day. “Food is life, no?” And that’s not counting the days when you had to cover your “beer” belly with your left arm depending on the angle of the smart camera. It’s tormenting for you, to say the least….

August 9, 2017
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5 reasons that will convince you to run

May 27, 2017

Are you one of those 5-times-per-week gym goers that swear on never doing cardio?  “I can’t run ’cause then I’d lose my gains, bruh.” Or are you the overweight workaholic IT guy who believes that he’s too heavy for the world to carry? Perhaps you’re the busy girl who always seems to be tired from life’s everyday challenges. Whatever the case may be, give me one chance to convince you…

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Aerobic and anaerobic exercise explained

There are two systems our bodies use when engaging in any form of exercise: the aerobic and anaerobic system. The former relies on oxygen as fuel, the latter does not.   Aerobic exercise  is any low to moderate intensity workout where simply “breathing” is enough to finish the workout. I’m not saying anaerobic exercise is where you do not breathe. Instead, aerobic activities are those that can be performed without you gasping…

May 3, 2017
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How to lose weight using one key concept: metabolism

April 23, 2017

There is no one-size-fits-all method when it comes to losing weight. But there are in fact a lot of magical formulas that “guarantee” you 2 inches off your belly, circulating in the interwebs. They are mostly bogus and are nothing but an evil marketing ploy to sell their miserable products. I do tend to agree that there is a generic “blueprint” to effective weight loss. In this article, I’ll show you one key concept…

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3 different body types and what they mean

Do you know what body type you have? Before you put on your work clothes and stare at your fabulous self in the mirror, what do you see? Imagine yourself 10 years from now, pretend that you haven’t touched a single weight-lifting apparatus your whole life, how would your physique look like?  The 3 different body types: Ectomorph, Mesomorph and Endomorph.  Ectomorph Best described as the tall and lanky, hard gainer,…

March 10, 2017
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5 things you need to start training Muay Thai

So you’ve heard from your co-workers who have tried Muay Thai training, they said that not only it’s a spectacular cardio workout but also an awesome sport and self-defense tool. You’ve watched every Buakaw fight you can find and wanted to try training like him. Now what? THE THINGS YOU NEED 1 – Find a gym This is the first and probably the most important of all. There are a few things…

February 3, 2017
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