Fitness Blog

  • Training for Strength vs. Hypertrophy Training

    When you decide to start a new training regimen, there are a lot of options you can take. Some people train simply to get stronger, while others train because they want to “look good naked.” While we've all heard about strength training before, many of us have not heard of hypertrophy training.
  • Staying Hydrated

    Did you know that the amount of water in your body is referred to as total body water (TBW)? It represents 50%–60% of total body mass (or 70%–80% of fat-free body mass) (Horswill & Janas 2011).

    Your total body water is in constant flux due to continual losses to respiration (as water vapor) and insensible...

  • Deloading 101

    A solid workout routine is not complete without a proper deload. What is deloading you might ask? It's a planned training period where your workout intensity is significantly lightened in order to maximize your performance in the gym and prevent the risk of injury or burnout.
  • Take A Mini Cut on Your Diet Plan

    WHAT IS A MINI CUT? It’s in the name! It’s a “mini” and/or shorter cut. How short you might ask? Typically, I recommend it to be the length of one ...
  • 3 Tips for Dining Out While in a Calorie Deficit

    Maintaining a calorie deficit diet to reach your fitness and health goals shouldn’t deny you an opportunity to enjoy a meal out with friends and family...
  • Setting Goals for the New Year

    The New Year is upon us, and if you are reading this you have officially made it to the 2022! If you are like most people, you are more than likely...
  • Why Sleep?

    Sleep is important for several different reasons including, but not limited to physical healing, recovering from illness, dealing with stress, solv...
  • Is Cardio Blocking Your Gains?

    The short answer is, yes, maybe..? But the first question you need to ask yourselves is what are your goals? Is your top priority to become as musc...