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Why Running Is Good For Your Heart

Why Running Is Good For Your Heart

If you’ve read the news that some studies show that running too much actually takes toll on your heart, take note. Actually, running is good for your heart, just like any type of endurance exercise. However, just like any type of exercise, going from couch potato to marathon runner in one day is not heart healthy. People who have lived a sedentary life aren’t prepared for a tough workout that would even make a veteran runner exhausted. Doing too much, too soon without working up gradually to a high level of exercise is bad for all muscles.

Running helps you lower your blood pressure and even cholesterol levels.

It doesn’t take much to help get those numbers better, just 30 minutes four to five times a week provides enough exercise to help normalize high blood pressure and lower the bad cholesterol, the LDL, while improving the good cholesterol, the HDL. High blood pressure and high LDL cholesterol are both precursors for heart disease. Getting the numbers back to normal will make your heart thank you by beating longer.

You’ll boost the strength of your heart muscle when you run.

Your heart is like any muscle. It needs exercise to work its best. When you run, you make your heart pump harder. Just like any muscle that has to work harder, it builds strength. Getting your heart muscle into shape means you strengthen the heart walls and improve its efficiency. You’ll be able to endure longer without ov

 

ertaxing your heart as it builds strength.

Running will help you lose those extra pounds.

Obesity is now the leading cause of preventable deaths. It also sets you up for heart disease. When you run, you work many different muscles besides your heart. You start burning extra calories and building muscle tissue that replaces the fat tissue you lost. The more muscle tissue you build, the more calories you burn, since muscle tissue requires more calories to maintain than fat tissue does. Before you know it, you’ll be far trimmer and heart healthy.

  • Running not only makes the heart stronger, it improves the intake of oxygen and lowers the resting pulse rate. That allows the heart to pump more blood each beat and makes its job easier, making it work less.
  • Running helps burn off the hormones of stress that can affect not only your heart, but your whole body. It replaces those hormones with ones that make you feel good.
  • Running improves circulation, while helping to prevent clots that can interrupt blood flow. Improved circulation also sends important nutrients and oxygen to all parts of the body, including the heart.
  • If you’re starting a new workout program, always check with your health care provider to ensure it’s safe for you before you start.

Can You Eat Healthy Without Depriving Yourself

Can You Eat Healthy Without Depriving Yourself

In Inglewood, CA, we’re so lucky to be able to find all types of fresh fruits and veggies available from local vendors. Of course, I’m a huge fan of locally grown fresh produce, especially when it’s organic and right out of the garden. There’s nothing worse than a cardboard tasting piece of fruit or vegetable that was picked early, before it became flavorful and shipped in a refrigerated car to ripen later. I guess what I’m saying is that when you focus on actual taste, it makes a huge difference. Truly tasting the food you eat is one way to get you on the road to eat healthy without depriving yourself.

You don’t have to give up everything you love.

That’s right. When you’re eating healthy, it doesn’t mean that you’ll be struck dead by lightening if you have a small piece of cake or a cookie occasionally. Just don’t eat the whole cake, sliver by sliver, of course. (We’ve all been there at one time or another.) If you do, don’t throw up your hands and quit your healthy eating plan. It’s not the end of the world. Just make sure the next meal is healthy. It’s not the individual food that’s going to pack on pounds or make you sick, it’s the combination of your entire diet.

Find ways to make delicious foods and treats that are also healthy and have them available.

You can make some yummy treats that are still quite healthy. For instance, it just takes two, possibly three ingredients, to make a yummy fruit creamsicle. Grind up fresh berries or fruit like blueberries, sweet black cherries or peaches. Add an equal amount of Greek yogurt and if necessary, some honey or agave to sweeten to taste. Put in a popsicle mold and freeze. They’re ready for you when you need a healthy sweet treat. There are so many other healthy foods that are absolutely delicious and won’t leave you feeling deprived!

Find ways to substitute food or ingredients.

You don’t have to eat everything raw that comes fresh from the garden, just start with a few changes to your diet to eat healthier. For instance, instead of sour cream on that baked potato, add a dollop of Greek yogurt. It looks and tastes the same, plus you can buy a smaller container of yogurt that costs far less than the sour cream, so you save money, too. For baking, applesauce can substitute or some of the oil or sugar in it. It lowers calories and boosts nutrition.

  • Eat slowly and savor every bite. You’ll get the full flavor of each bite, plus it slows you down, so your brain has a chance to signal your body that you’re full.
  • Double the salad and vegetables. Cut the dessert portion in half. You still get some, so you won’t feel left out and with the double serving of salad and veggies, it may be all you can eat.
  • When eating out, eat slowly and eat only half the dish and dessert. Get a take home box and finish it tomorrow at lunch. It’s a free lunch that also helps you lose weight!
  • Pay attention to whether you’re hungry or eating for an emotional reason. If you’re bored, lonely or sad, often you eat to console yourself. Instead, try doing jumping jacks, running in place, deep knee bends or other exercise before you walk to the fridge. The exercise can help lift your spirits and postpone that binging.

Can You Eat Healthy Without Depriving Yourself

In Inglewood, CA, we’re so lucky to be able to find all types of fresh fruits and veggies available from local vendors. Of course, I’m a huge fan of locally grown fresh produce, especially when it’s organic and right out of the garden. There’s nothing worse than a cardboard tasting piece of fruit or vegetable that was picked early, before it became flavorful and shipped in a refrigerated car to ripen later. I guess what I’m saying is that when you focus on actual taste, it makes a huge difference. Truly tasting the food you eat is one way to get you on the road to eat healthy without depriving yourself.

You don’t have to give up everything you love.

That’s right. When you’re eating healthy, it doesn’t mean that you’ll be struck dead by lightening if you have a small piece of cake or a cookie occasionally. Just don’t eat the whole cake, sliver by sliver, of course. (We’ve all been there at one time or another.) If you do, don’t throw up your hands and quit your healthy eating plan. It’s not the end of the world. Just make sure the next meal is healthy. It’s not the individual food that’s going to pack on pounds or make you sick, it’s the combination of your entire diet.

Find ways to make delicious foods and treats that are also healthy and have them available.

You can make some yummy treats that are still quite healthy. For instance, it just takes two, possibly three ingredients, to make a yummy fruit creamsicle. Grind up fresh berries or fruit like blueberries, sweet black cherries or peaches. Add an equal amount of Greek yogurt and if necessary, some honey or agave to sweeten to taste. Put in a popsicle mold and freeze. They’re ready for you when you need a healthy sweet treat. There are so many other healthy foods that are absolutely delicious and won’t leave you feeling deprived!

Find ways to substitute food or ingredients.

You don’t have to eat everything raw that comes fresh from the garden, just start with a few changes to your diet to eat healthier. For instance, instead of sour cream on that baked potato, add a dollop of Greek yogurt. It looks and tastes the same, plus you can buy a smaller container of yogurt that costs far less than the sour cream, so you save money, too. For baking, applesauce can substitute or some of the oil or sugar in it. It lowers calories and boosts nutrition.

Eat slowly and savor every bite. You’ll get the full flavor of each bite, plus it slows you down, so your brain has a chance to signal your body that you’re full.

Double the salad and vegetables. Cut the dessert portion in half. You still get some, so you won’t feel left out and with the double serving of salad and veggies, it may be all you can eat.

When eating out, eat slowly and eat only half the dish and dessert. Get a take home box and finish it tomorrow at lunch. It’s a free lunch that also helps you lose weight!

Pay attention to whether you’re hungry or eating for an emotional reason. If you’re bored, lonely or sad, often you eat to console yourself. Instead, try doing jumping jacks, running in place, deep knee bends or other exercise before you walk to the fridge. The exercise can help lift your spirits and postpone that binging.


Protein Supplements Are Not For Snacking

Protein Supplements Are Not For Snacking

If you’re one of those people who use their protein supplements for snacking, you’re not getting the maximum benefit from them if you’re attempting to lose weight. Some people work their bottoms off in the gym and use their protein supplements for snacks. When it comes the time to weigh in, they’re aghast that while they worked harder and stuck to healthy eating, a cohort who worked far more casually, but didn’t eat protein supplements as snacks, lost more weight. The truth is, while the protein supplements are good, you have to use them at the proper time.

A study at Purdue University proved that timing was important.

Wayne Campbell, the senior author of the study at Purdue, commented on the findings of the study led by Joshua Hudson and published in Nutrition Reviews. He noted that timing mattered when it came to consuming those high protein supplements and consuming them in between meals to replace another snack might actually interfere with your maximum weight loss, rather than aid it.

Using them for snacks, rather than to replace a meal, can add extra calories to your day.

The study followed not only the potential weight loss of the subjects when using a protein supplement, but also the timing of ingesting the supplement. The conclusion was clear. People who used the supplement as a snack between meals gained weight, while those who consumed it during the meal not only maintained weight, but also decreased the amount of fat on their body. Since these studies were just to see the effect of timing, the subjects weren’t attempting to restrict caloric intake.

If you want to gain lean muscle mass, grab a protein drink between meals.

One of the reasons that people tended to gain weight when the protein supplements were used as snacks is that they are higher in calories. When it was time to eat the next meal, the caloric intake was not adjusted for the snack. When consumed with a meal, it filled them and reduced the number of calories they ate, so they maintained their body weight rather than gaining weight. However, for those trying to gain weight, this study can be a blessing. Consuming a protein drink between meals not only helps add pounds, those pounds tend to be muscle rather than fat.

  • Listen to the name—protein supplement. That means it’s supposed to supplement a diet, not replace it. Remember, when they’re eaten with a meal, they help build lean muscle mass. You need more than the supplement to get the body you hoped to achieve.
  • For the most amazing weight loss and swiftest boost to your muscles, eat healthy and exercise. Unless you have a medical condition or can’t consume the appropriate amount of protein, all the rest is frills.
  • If you do decide to make a protein shake for a dinner, throw in greens, fruit and make it a delicious smoothie with whole foods, rather than just your protein powder.
  • If you want a high protein snack, choose trail mix, turkey roll-ups, Greek yogurt and fresh fruit, vegetables and yogurt dip, a hard-boiled egg or nut butter spread on apple slices.

Lactic Acid And Your Metabolism

Lactic Acid And Your Metabolism

If you’ve heard that lactic acid is poison to your muscles, you wouldn’t be the first person to hear that. While the term lactic acid is tossed around in gyms everywhere, lactic acid is found only in sour milk. What the body produces is lactate. However, the two terms have become interchangeable when talking about fitness, even though in error. Lactate or as it is commonly called, lactic acid and your metabolism have a bond. While the muscles burn after a workout and lactate is in the muscles at the time, it’s not the cause of the burn.

There are two ways to power muscles.

Your muscles get their energy in two different ways; aerobically and anaerobically. Aerobically means with oxygen and anaerobically means without oxygen. During normal exercise, the aerobic method is used, but when it comes to high intensity exercise, the body switches to the anaerobic method. ATP—adenosine triphosphate—is the quick energy source normally used.

The body has to adjust when it needs even more energy.

When there’s a high demand for quick energy, the body breaks down ATP into ADP—adenosine diphosphate—plus a hydrogen proton or ion. Adding a hydrogen proton causes acidification. That acidification or acidosis burns, but the lactate isn’t the cause. Pyruvate molecules, which are produced near the end of glycolysis, gobble up the protons and produce lactate. That explains its presence. If you’re working at 85 percent of your maximum to keep up and creates the burn by leaving extra hydrogen ions or protons that create the acidic results. The creation of lactate actually helps prevent the burn, rather than create it.

Lactate is the connection between aerobic energy and anaerobic energy.

Lactate is metabolized more quickly and used for energy than glucose. One study by UC Berkley’s Dr. George Brooks using isotopes of glucose and lactate to trace them, shows that while it took glucose approximately thirty minutes for metabolization, lactate was quickly broken down in approximately five minutes. That made it more readily available for use.

  • The lactate produced during exercise can be reused by the mitochondria for energy. It’s a constant cycle within the body to ensure all cells are fed and the mitochondria are kept burning.
  • Lactate is always produced by the body during glycolysis, even when you’re resting and there’s more than enough oxygen for aerobic power. Some organs prefer burning it instead of glucose, such as the liver, heart and brain.
  • Lactate not only serves as a fuel, it also stimulates the production of new mitochondria to fuel the cells.
  • That euphoria you feel after exercise comes from norepinephrine is created in the forebrain. That area also controls appetite, focus and autonomic processes. The L-lactate may be the cause, since it stimulates the area, which in turn, releases the happy hormone.

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Coconut Oil- Healthy or Unhealthy

Healthy Virgin Coconut Oil
Healthy Virgin Coconut Oil

There’s been lots of controversy in the last couple years to whether Coconut Oil is Healthy or Unhealthy!

Coconut oil consists of 90% saturated fat and research has shown that the fatty acid chains of Coconut oil are shorter than the saturated fats from meats. The shorter chains in coconut oil have been shown to raise good cholesterol as opposed to the longer fatty chains in meats products have been linked to heart disease!

“Coconut oil is made up of about 90% saturated fat, but the scientific community has started to figure out that not all saturated fats are equal,” Susan Mitmesser

There are two types of Coconut oil, virgin and refined. The virgin coconut oil comes straight from the pulp of the coconut and has more nutrients than the refined oil which is heated and has chemical added to it to keep the coconut taste!

In my opinion I think that virgin is the way to go if you chose to use coconut oil. Always go for the higher nutrient, natural food choices.

Also… substitute the coconut oil vs adding in to meals! Example use the coconut oil for the olive oil!

To Your Health,

Chris

 


Coconut Oil- Healthy or Unhealthy

Healthy Virgin Coconut Oil

Healthy Virgin Coconut Oil

There’s been lots of controversy in the last couple years to whether Coconut Oil is Healthy or Unhealthy!

Coconut oil consists of 90% saturated fat and research has shown that the fatty acid chains of Coconut oil are shorter than the saturated fats from meats. The shorter chains in coconut oil have been shown to raise good cholesterol as opposed to the longer fatty chains in meats products have been linked to heart disease!

“Coconut oil is made up of about 90% saturated fat, but the scientific community has started to figure out that not all saturated fats are equal,” Susan Mitmesser

There are two types of Coconut oil, virgin and refined. The virgin coconut oil comes straight from the pulp of the coconut and has more nutrients than the refined oil which is heated and has chemical added to it to keep the coconut taste!

In my opinion I think that virgin is the way to go if you chose to use coconut oil. Always go for the higher nutrient, natural food choices.

Also… substitute the coconut oil vs adding in to meals! Example use the coconut oil for the olive oil!

To Your Health,

Chris

 


Hiccups

You know… sometimes life really makes things interesting! When you start getting some momentum… boom… Roadblock! The question is: Do your stop or do you find a way around it? I just hit a roadblock and there is no way in hell this thing is going to stop me! I’m working my way around it now!

Don’t let roadblocks stop you from getting what you want in you life! Find your way around!


Hiccups

You know… sometimes life really makes things interesting! When you start getting some momentum… boom… Roadblock! The question is: Do your stop or do you find a way around it? I just hit a roadblock and there is no way in hell this thing is going to stop me! I’m working my way around it now!

Don’t let roadblocks stop you from getting what you want in you life! Find your way around!


“Asparagus” The Supper Food

asparagusAsparagus is a Super Food that’s considered to be one of the worlds healthiest foods! It’s a great idea to add this 2 time a week to your weekly diet. It’s definitely one my wife and I buy weekly!

Here are some of the great benefits:

1) It contains glutathione (an antioxidant) which has detoxing properties that help break down carcinogens and protect cells from free radicals.

2) It is a natural diuretic and great for helping to reduce water retention after those heavy salty meals.

3) It’s loaded with Vitamins and minerals such as calcium, vitamin B6, magnesium, and zinc.

4) It also contains relatively high levels of vitamin C, potassium, beta-carotene, vitamin K, vitamin E, thiamin, riboflavin, rutin, niacin, folic acid, copper, iron, phosphorus, manganese and selenium .


“Asparagus” The Supper Food

asparagusAsparagus is a Super Food that’s considered to be one of the worlds healthiest foods! It’s a great idea to add this 2 time a week to your weekly diet. It’s definitely one my wife and I buy weekly!

Here are some of the great benefits:

1) It contains glutathione (an antioxidant) which has detoxing properties that help break down carcinogens and protect cells from free radicals.

2) It is a natural diuretic and great for helping to reduce water retention after those heavy salty meals.

3) It’s loaded with Vitamins and minerals such as calcium, vitamin B6, magnesium, and zinc.

4) It also contains relatively high levels of vitamin C, potassium, beta-carotene, vitamin K, vitamin E, thiamin, riboflavin, rutin, niacin, folic acid, copper, iron, phosphorus, manganese and selenium .


I’m in Pain… Help!

I am sitting at a coffee shop in Santa Monica and “I am in Pain”!

See, this weekend I took a course on Metabolic Training (HIIT) not realizing there
was a workout involved in the course. We did a 50 minute HIIT workout which my
body was not physically prepared for.

It’s been three days since the course and I am still sore and uncomfortable, I’m
guessing it will be a couple more days of this feeling…You know what…It’s not
worth it!

Even though I workout almost every day mostly riding my bike and I have a high level of fitness, I was not conditioned for the type of workout I performed over the weekend. As a consequence I’m paying for it now.

My reason for writing this is so you don’t make the same mistake. The purpose of
exercise and fitness is to support and develop health. Since I chose to exercise at an intensity my body wasn’t conditioned for, I am now in pain which is affecting my life. I am too sore to ride my bike and every time I move my mind goes to the area that hurts and away from writing this or whatever other task I’m working on.

When exercise is done correctly there is an immediate and long-term benefit. Doing
it correctly means you keep pushing yourself over your limits a little bit at a
time not all in one day. This insures that you continually get stronger, have
energy and continue to stay safe.

Working out until you can’t move and get really sore is counterproductive and
significantly increases your chance of injury. I always say when getting in
shape that “it’s a marathon, not a sprint”. It doesn’t mean you can’t do a
sprint now and then. You just have to be prepared for it!

Hope you find this helpful… feel free to contact me with any questions.

Chris


I’m in Pain… Help!

I am sitting at a coffee shop in Santa Monica and “I am in Pain”!

See, this weekend I took a course on Metabolic Training (HIIT) not realizing there
was a workout involved in the course. We did a 50 minute HIIT workout which my
body was not physically prepared for.

It’s been three days since the course and I am still sore and uncomfortable, I’m
guessing it will be a couple more days of this feeling…You know what…It’s not
worth it!

Even though I workout almost every day mostly riding my bike and I have a high level of fitness, I was not conditioned for the type of workout I performed over the weekend. As a consequence I’m paying for it now.

My reason for writing this is so you don’t make the same mistake. The purpose of
exercise and fitness is to support and develop health. Since I chose to exercise at an intensity my body wasn’t conditioned for, I am now in pain which is affecting my life. I am too sore to ride my bike and every time I move my mind goes to the area that hurts and away from writing this or whatever other task I’m working on.

When exercise is done correctly there is an immediate and long-term benefit. Doing
it correctly means you keep pushing yourself over your limits a little bit at a
time not all in one day. This insures that you continually get stronger, have
energy and continue to stay safe.

Working out until you can’t move and get really sore is counterproductive and
significantly increases your chance of injury. I always say when getting in
shape that “it’s a marathon, not a sprint”. It doesn’t mean you can’t do a
sprint now and then. You just have to be prepared for it!

Hope you find this helpful… feel free to contact me with any questions.

Chris



Why You Must Understand Motivation to be Successful

Why You Must Understand Motivation to be Successful

Motivation is a key component in reaching your health goal but unfortunately it does not last for long, it slowly begins to come down little by little. Don’t you wish your enthusiasm would last would last 24/7? I know I would!

Motivation goes through cycles. When you first start working toward your health goal, you are at a high level of determination to reach for your goal. You have a mental vision of your destination, what it looks like, how you will feel, what’s your next goal is after you have accomplish this one, it’s all within a reaching distance. Thinking and seeing it in your mind has you excited and highly motivated to achieve it and you are excited to achieve it!

Unfortunately, this excitement doesn’t last long and within in 2-3 weeks into your health goal you will find yourself making excuses, “I’m too tired, I have to fix dinner, I have to work late…you know the drill, we all do it, I do it at times. These excuses can lead to pushing your health goals to the side.

This lack of motivation is a critical point in successfully reaching your goals. It might seem like two parts of yourself are fighting. The first part is saying ‘keep going, you are doing great in eating healthy and working out’ and the second party is saying “lets by lazy and take the day off today, the gym will be there tomorrow, I will start eating clean again on Monday”. It becomes the battle of new and old habits, you either push through the struggle or continue on your new healthy path to achieve your goal or go back to the old way of being and starting all over again. The choice is yours!

When you consciously make a decision to push through the struggle you are keeping your promise to yourself of continuing on your health goals. This point can be challenging but as long as you overcome this part you will see things get a lot easier. The good news is every time your push yourself to continue this way of living, it becomes easier to stay on track towards your goal.

The point that I am trying to make is, don’t get discouraged with your goals, reguardless if it’s a fitness goal or personal goal. Always believe in yourself and know you can accomplish your goals as long as your keep your spirits high and continue to push through the struggle.


Why You Must Understand Motivation to be Successful

Motivation is a key component in reaching your health goal but unfortunately it does not last for long, it slowly begins to come down little by little. Don’t you wish your enthusiasm would last would last 24/7? I know I would!

Motivation goes through cycles. When you first start working toward your health goal, you are at a high level of determination to reach for your goal. You have a mental vision of your destination, what it looks like, how you will feel, what’s your next goal is after you have accomplish this one, it’s all within a reaching distance. Thinking and seeing it in your mind has you excited and highly motivated to achieve it and you are excited to achieve it!

Unfortunately, this excitement doesn’t last long and within in 2-3 weeks into your health goal you will find yourself making excuses, “I’m too tired, I have to fix dinner, I have to work late…you know the drill, we all do it, I do it at times. These excuses can lead to pushing your health goals to the side.

This lack of motivation is a critical point in successfully reaching your goals. It might seem like two parts of yourself are fighting. The first part is saying ‘keep going, you are doing great in eating healthy and working out’ and the second party is saying “lets by lazy and take the day off today, the gym will be there tomorrow, I will start eating clean again on Monday”. It becomes the battle of new and old habits, you either push through the struggle or continue on your new healthy path to achieve your goal or go back to the old way of being and starting all over again. The choice is yours!

When you consciously make a decision to push through the struggle you are keeping your promise to yourself of continuing on your health goals. This point can be challenging but as long as you overcome this part you will see things get a lot easier. The good news is every time your push yourself to continue this way of living, it becomes easier to stay on track towards your goal.

The point that I am trying to make is, don’t get discouraged with your goals, reguardless if it’s a fitness goal or personal goal. Always believe in yourself and know you can accomplish your goals as long as your keep your spirits high and continue to push through the struggle.


Artichokes Detoxing Effects

Artichokes in my GardenArtichokes are one of the Best vegetables you can eat!

Artichokes are a great healthy detoxing vegetable. They are loaded with antioxidants and one in particular called silymarin which helps rid the liver of harmful toxins and promote healthy liver function. They are also a good source of folate, dietary fiber, and vitamins C and K.

This can be a great choice the following day after a night of drinking.

Here’s some Artichokes in my garden! I of course only have one plant left because my dog decided three plants was to many. lol 🙂 Can’t wait to eat them!


Artichokes Detoxing Effects

Artichokes in my GardenArtichokes are one of the Best vegetables you can eat!

Artichokes are a great healthy detoxing vegetable. They are loaded with antioxidants and one in particular called silymarin which helps rid the liver of harmful toxins and promote healthy liver function. They are also a good source of folate, dietary fiber, and vitamins C and K.

This can be a great choice the following day after a night of drinking.

Here’s some Artichokes in my garden! I of course only have one plant left because my dog decided three plants was to many. lol 🙂 Can’t wait to eat them!


Beware of Fitness Product Lies

I was researching successful fitness products the other night and I ran across one that really upset me. It was a fitness product that claimed  they can get you a ripped 6 pack abs without changing your diet or spending too much time exercising. The product also claimed that personal trainers hate him because his product get’s people these amazing results and will no longer need a trainer.

He is right about one thing… Personal Trainers do dislike him!

 Personal trainers do not like him because of his product, but because of his lies. The truth is, you must follow a proper nutrition and exercise plan if you are looking to achieve the type of results he is promising. Beware of these type of product because they all over the place. They are preying on people’s desire for immediate gratification. These claims are false, misleading, and unethical.

There are so many reasons why this is unfortunate. When someone who does not exercise buys a product with promised results and does not see the outcome of flat abs or bigger butt, they get discouraged of working out.  Then they start to think that they can’t change, exercise is not for them so they end up gaining more weight and becoming unhealthier. The truth is that they can get results, they just have to do the right eating and exercise program.

I became a personal trainer because I want everyone to be successful with their fitness goals!   There’s nothing like helping someone achieve health which brings happiness into ones life. It’s awesome to see my clients so excited about hitting their fitness goals.

My point of this is… DO NOT BUY THESE BS PRODUCTS! You are capable of achieving these results with exercise and good healthy eating habits.  You will see a change in your body and energy once you dedicate time for yourself and your health.

Chris

With your best interest