ATP & Creatine

So a while back I wrote a blog on ATP, our bodies fuel for energy (here), and today I want to blog about what supplement you can take to give it a boost! So, here’s a little re-cap on ATP, which is energy stored in our muscles, once we start to lift: ATP-PCr is the … More ATP & Creatine

Sharing Is Caring

Along with these random pictures from the week come a theme that bring it all together… Sharing! And Caring? Lol it rhymes so it must be. This week I released 5 Ebooks which include EVERY recipe I’ve ever made, loved and shared with family, friends and clients. Over the past, oh probably 15 years, I … More Sharing Is Caring

Starvation Mode

Weight loss is generally seen as a positive thing. It can bring improved health, better looks and all sorts of benefits, both physical and mental. However, your brain doesn’t necessarily see it that way. Your brain is more worried about keeping you from starving, making sure that you (and your genes) survive. When you lose a lot … More Starvation Mode

IIFYM Q & A

For a while now, I’ll set someone up on a meal plan, and try my best to tell them absolutely everything they need to know when it comes to their plan, how to make substitutions, how to track their macros, etc., but of course, they’re are always things I don’t think about! Here’s a list … More IIFYM Q & A

Exercise Program During Pregnancy

Benefits of Exercise During Pregnancy Women can maintain or increase their cardiovascular fitness as well as muscle strength and flexibility. They can also experience less pre-natal discomforts. Some of these discomforts include constipation, swollen extremities, leg cramps, nausea, varicose veins, insomnia, fatigue, back pain, and other orthopedic conditions. Women can improve their posture along with … More Exercise Program During Pregnancy