80 percent of US adults experiences back pain. Eighty percent of those individuals have recurring pain throughout the year. Are you one of them? What can you do to prevent back pain? Sit-ups and crunches are not a girl’s (or guy’s best friend). So, what does work?
Muscle protein synthesis declines with age, resistance training and increased protein intake are both ways to compensate/improve that, what are your recommendations for workout and post meal timing? That and more in this episode.
Fitness statistics right now are a little grim for gyms. How does your activity stack up compared to others though? This episode I had the pleasure of interviewing Paul Ronto from runrepeat.com.
What if it’s not the cookies, the calories, or the exercise you’re not doing. What if it’s something under all of it that keeps you from having relationships that support you so you can take next steps?
Has life coaching got answers for you? What's the question you'd like the answer to?
What's the calorie deficit myth? Been led to believe a calorie is a calorie? And it's oh, so hard to lose that lesson from decades ago? Yet, you have all the evidence it's not working?
How do you juggle competing needs in your exercise program?
Please help!!!! I am so frustrated! I am 59 years old, several years post-menopausal. I had been sedentary for several years and ended up gaining weight. I had always been average weight...not real thin, and a little prone to putting on pounds if I didn't "watch it..."
Confused by muscle loss even though you're doing all the right things.
During menopause your loss of bone accelerates at an alarming 3-5% from a steady 1-3% unless there has been adequate weight training stimulus occurring since age 30. Women in menopause and beyond can’t wait to lift weight.