Myths

Stretching, do I really have to?

By | March 30th, 2017|Exercise, Myths|

Stretching, do I really have to? Stretching before, during and after exercise is something that has been drilled into sport and exercise participants over the years.  From experience, stretching usually creates the most grumbles from clients.  And I know most do not perform their stretching when I am not there.  What’s the point of stretching?  [...]

Detox Myth

By | January 31st, 2016|Diet, Health, Myths|

Detox Myth Have you done your post Christmas detox? A detox is promoted as an antidote for our over indulgences over the holiday period.  In our quick fix society, a detox seems like a great way to undo these over indulgences.   Since the start of the new year I’ve been seeing various articles such as [...]

Fat vs Muscle Myths

By | December 11th, 2012|Myths, Weight Management|

Fat vs Muscle Myths There are a few misconceptions or myths around about fat vs muscle especially as the body changes on a weight loss program.  Helping people with their weight loss there are some common questions asked.   How can I turn fat into muscle?  Doesn't muscle weight more than fat?  How can I reduce the fat [...]

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