How to Keep Your Nutrition Simple to Achieve Your Goals

Date: Dec 19, 2019    
If you think about it long enough, you can probably name ten different popular diets that are supposed to help people become healthier. In addition, you can probably name another ten celebrities that endorse dieting products as well. However, it doesn’t have to be so complicated. There is one simple answer to the question of “What is the best way to achieve my goal?” – Consistency! If you cannot do it long term, then you risk setting yourself up for failure.

How Your Sleep Is Impacting Your Workouts

Date: Dec 19, 2019    
It is perfectly normal to focus on time with our family, working responsibilities, eating the right food, having some down time and fitting training time in but this leaves little focus on something vital…Sleep! Long hours and a poor or irregular sleep routine can massively impact our health and wellbeing. We all know the feeling of being a bit cranky when not getting our full nights sleep, well so do our muscles.

5 Training Tips to make your 40s the best years of your life

Date: Dec 19, 2019    
Sometimes we use age as an excuse for it being more difficult to stay in shape. Our metabolism slows down and muscle mass usually starts to dwindle away slowly. But, 40 is not old, and is definitely not the time to slow down! Here are five training tips you should want to incorporate in your 40s so you remain fit for decades after.

7 Fitness Training Tips for Seniors

Date: Nov 26, 2019     By: Genesis Fitness   
As we get more mature there is a thought of slowing down, and for those who haven’t been into weight training previously the term “I am too old for that” often comes up! Well there are research studies that show the best way of staying young is to keep on maintaining a fitness routine (or starting one) as the years go by. Here are seven fitness training tips that will make all seniors feel much younger than the age on their driver’s license.

Better Eating Tips for the Festive Season to Keep Your Weight Loss Goals

Date: Nov 26, 2019     By: Genesis Fitness   
Christmas is coming and it is OK to enjoy yourself with your family. There are so few things that you can really control in life, but what you put into your mouth is one of them. Use these tips to maintain moderation and self- control as summer sets in and the holidays start to take over.

What Should You Be Eating Based on Your Fitness Goals?

Date: Nov 26, 2019     By: Genesis Fitness   
The old saying that health and fitness is 75 percent diet and only 25 percent actual exercise is entirely true. What you consume and put in your body is really important. Combining the two smartly to get the results you want is our end goal. Here are two ways to get quicker results with your nutrition supporting your workouts.

How to Safely Deadlift

Date: Nov 26, 2019     By: Genesis Fitness   
One of the most popular compound exercises, and viewed as perhaps the best one, is the Deadlift. However, if your form is not perfect, or at least close to it, completing a few semi-heavy deadlifts could leave your back aching. There are some things you should keep in mind when you want to safely add deadlifts to your fitness routine.

The Importance of Maintaining Your Posture

Date: Nov 26, 2019     By: Genesis Fitness   
Ever since we can remember all of us have always been told to stand up straight. “Don’t slouch!” we could often hear when we were younger. However, we were never told really why we should maintain good posture. What exactly does having good posture mean to your body? Read more below

How to Make Short Workouts More Effective

Date: Oct 29, 2019     By: Genesis Fitness   
There is nothing wrong with a short workout. After all, we all struggle to juggle our family, work and social life at some point! The goal is to make our workouts as efficient and beneficial as possible. Here are a few tips on how to make short workouts more effective.

3 Tips for Better Workout Recovery

Date: Oct 29, 2019     By: Genesis Fitness   
When you begin training for the first time, or change your workout frequency, intensity, time or type of session then you may feel a bit sore over the following couple of days. This is perfectly normal but shouldn’t last more than 24-48hrs and should become less intense as you get used to your training.


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