Physical Fitness Category

Say Goodbye to Winter Weight

If snowy days have kept you comfortably indoors, read on for a few fun and easy tips to wave goodbye to your winter weight. Winter weight gain is a real phenomenon, even if you workout and maintain a healthy diet. Between bunking under the covers and camping out by the fireplace, people are naturally less active between November and the end of [...]

Train For The Fight

Train For The Fight
There's more than a few ways to get in shape and everyone has a different opinion of what "in shape" looks like. For me it's pretty simple, I want to be strong, but lean, I want to be quick, but still retain my endurance. So after years of weight training and power lifting, I decided to switch it up and try something new, a training style that gives me [...]

Eating Healthy Made Simple

Diet is arguably the most important factor in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Controlling what we put in our bodies can be a real struggle, especially when you are bombarded by terrible food choices on a daily basis. Fast food ads on TV, frozen dinners and quick meals are easy but bad for our bodies. As I've grown older, I've found out the hard [...]

The Powerlifting Plan

Getting Started When I first stepped into the gym, it was 5.30am 6 years ago, I was dead tired and just a bit hungover. I had never lifted a weight in my life, my only physical training background was in running track and long distance as a kid, but those times were just distant memories. I had looked into the mirror one day and was absolutely disgusted [...]

Workout Supplements – The Stack

Big Money The supplement business is booming these days, raking in over 30 billion in 2014. There is literally a pill for everything, and in my experience, the majority are over hyped & over priced, but you might have guessed that already. It's easy to believe there is a short cut to being ripped or dropping 20lbs in 1 month, but there is no real [...]

Survival Of The Fittest

It wasn't that long ago that humans were busy hunting for their next meal, building their own houses and basically living the self sufficient lifestyles that we talk about today. Thanks to the industrial revolution, humans have gotten a little lazy. We get our food at the store, we drive to work instead of walk and we have a remote for the TV so we [...]