FREE HEALTH TIPS
Diets high in refined sugars have been linked to obesity and heart disease. Try and eliminate as much refined sugar from your diet as possible.
"Not All Fats Are Created Equal"
Though fats tend to get a bad rap, monounsaturated fats help lower bad cholesterol. Sources include avocados, nuts and olive oil
When contemplating a healthy snack in the middle of the day, try grabbing a handful of healthy protein packed nuts including almonds, pistachios, walnuts or macadamia nuts.
By incorporating flexibility training into your workout routine, you can increase your body's ROM (range of motion) therefore decreasing the likelihood of an injury.
"Give HIIT A Try"
HIIT, otherwise known as high-intensity interval training, has been proven to burn more fat in less time compared to a moderate or slow paced workout.
"Keep It Compound"
Compound exercises, such as squats and deadlifts, allow you to burn more calories throughout your workout because more muscles are working compared to isolation exercises.