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Metabolism collectively refers to all the chemical processes in your body, influencing how quickly you burn calories and, consequently, how easily you might gain or lose weight. This brings us to an intriguing question: Are some people born with a faster metabolism? And if so, what role does genetics play? What Is Metabolism, and How Does It Work? Metabolism encompasses the various chemical reactions that keep your body functioning. The 'speed' of your

kettle Bell swings The swing is the foundation of effective Russian Kettlebell training.It dramatically improves one's performance in most sports ranging from running to martial arts to powerlifting. My own research shows the kettlebell swings improves your balalnce and posture and a great overall fat burners,when performing the swing a few things need to be considered such as stance hip thrust and how tall you sit up top. Strengths dozens of muscles quicklyYou’ll

About Adam "I lost 6kg's of fat in less than 6 weeks with my trainer on Fred! The 6 week challenge allowed me to accomplish what I thought was impossible. My trainer has been AMAZING - there for me every step of the way!! From the moment I started the program, my trainer helped me every step of the way

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w4cWJ34Oe5I Thanks to our Realfit Trainer Holly not only has Adrian packed on muscle but he has also pain free especially in his back. Whilst seemingly trivial statistics, they go a long way to highlighting women’s ability to focus their attention on the task at hand, particularly in a stereo typically male-focused arena such as training and the gym, smashing common gender stereotypes. I "I love the fact that in the sessions [Holly]

These are the 3 guidelines to follow after a workout: 1. As with every meal, you should include a lean, complete protein source, such as grilled chicken breast, cottage cheese, or protein powder. These are not only high-quality protein sources, they are also “quick-digesting proteins”, which is optimal after a workout (so the proteins' amino acids reach your muscles as quickly as possible). Hannah understands the importance of eating for her body type and results

Have you ever started a weight loss or exercise plan, veered off course, and then decided you’ve already "blown it”, so might as well continue being “bad" and start over on Monday? If so, you’re not alone. It’s very common. Instead of straying from the plan on Friday night and then getting right back on track the next morning, you totally derail and eat everything in sight ­— knowing that you’re going to have

For me as a seasoned Personal Trainer this 12 week challenge is all about sharing my journey and making it as easy as possible for you to succeed. As a personal trainer and business owner my time is valuable so i wanted to think about  the most user-friendly program ever for me ! In 12 weeks (see pic) and pretty happy with my progress some of the things i have identified

In My previous article here i discussed if some people are born with fast metabolism  Can You Speed up Your Metabolism to Lose Weight? Weight loss isn’t only about eating fewer calories. Effective weight loss programs also include strategies to speed up metabolism. Fortunately, there are multiple ways you can do this. Below are 5 simple methods. 1. Do High-Intensity Workouts One of the most effective forms of exercise is high-intensity workouts, also known as high-intensity

If you've caused metabolic damage as a result of following starvation diets or losing weight too rapidly in the past, it can be extremely difficult to achieve any further fat loss at all. The good news is, metabolic damage can be repaired. All it takes is the right combination of metabolism stimulating exercise and metabolism stimulating nutrition (NOT just a diet), all done consistently over time. The big irony is that