HAVE A STRONG DAY FITNESS
The “Dad Bod” is a male body type that is described as “softly round.” The theory around the “Dad Bod” is that once a man has found a mate and had kids, he doesn’t need to worry about maintaining his physique.
An American psychologist William Herbert Sheldon categorized the human physique into three fundamental somatotypes:
- Ectomorphic: Thin, tall, fragile, lightly muscled, flat chested and delicate
- Mesomorphic: Hard, rugged, triangular, athletically built with well developed muscles
- Endomorphic: Round, usually short and soft with under-developed muscles and having difficulty losing weight
Here’s a quick 30-minute workout that will get clients on the road to fitness!
The biggest excuse people give for not working out is, “I don’t have time!” Of course, as a fitness professional, you know that time is not a viable excuse. We have to make time to keep our bodies healthy. People are busier than ever today, and to be honest, fitness is not a priority in most people’s lives. As fitness professionals, we have to educate people on the benefits of exercise and teach them how they can maximize their overall health in a minimum amount of time.
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a combination of biological and mood disturbances typically occurring in the autumn and winter months. SAD is characterized by recurrent episodes of depression, hypersomnia, carbohydrate cravings and weight gain.
About 5 percent of the U.S. population experiences SAD, with symptoms present for about 40 percent of...
he act of breathing seems incredibly simple, but doing it properly can be surprisingly complex–and of vital importance to your clients’ performance.
HOW IT WORKS
The average person’s lungs move about 0.5 liters of air with each relaxed breath. That amount can jump to 3 liters during vigorous exercise.
When you inhale, air travels through your nose and mouth and on through the pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, and smaller and smaller tubes called ...