This week we’re keeping it light. No reading, all videos! And we have some excellent videos to share, with some great information on warm ups, core work, nutrition as medicine and home gyms, as well as some interesting facts about fitness.
I don’t know about you guys but nutrition was a big part of the work I did with clients, and it’s all part of a picture that’s a lot more complicated than being told to “eat less” (and move more!).
So this week we’re sharing a comment on an intermittent fasting study, an introduction to ketogenic diets, a detailed look at carbohydrates, whether blood glucose levels affect satiety and hunger and, everyone’s favourite, poop ????!
I don’t know about you, but 2017 felt like it was going to take an age to arrive. And now that we’re back, all of a sudden we’re half way through January and already the gyms are starting to empty out of some of those who made their new year resolutions to get fit and decided perhaps it can wait a while longer.
Not so for your clients I hope!
We start of this New Year with a post on daily exercise habit forming, a round-up of some of the Best of 2016 posts from a couple of well known fitness writers.
This week we’re having a look at a couple of posts about supplementation, another two posts discussing low back pain and, lastly, how to make your own lifting platform.
This week we’re talking coaching cues, some analysis of the recent WHO nutrition report and a little inspiration for training without a gym.