I have an oldie but a goodie for you today.
First, let's always remember the "secret" to weight loss:
**You have to burn more calories than you take in**
Hands-down. It's physics people.
Now, keeping that "secret" in mind, you can do so 1 of 2 ways:
No joke, one of my nutrition coaching clients, Adriana, just shared something with me that could potentially change the game for all you calorie counters out there.
I was going to write up a nice post about the problem with the mainstream version HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training), but I think I'll save that for another day.
Because Adriana's insight is just THAT important to share with you.
I've been waiting a long time to show you this...
Unfortunately, I don't get a lot of spare time where it's quiet enough to film something for you, so it took me longer to get this to you than I would've liked.
But anyway, I am sharing it NOW.
Forget your old way of stretching your hips and legs.
I don’t know too many people that don’t suffer from some form of back pain. A stat I came across recently said that around 80% of people have previously suffered or are currently suffering from a bout of back pain, acute or chronic, specifically their lower back.
Personally, from my years as a football player and professional wrestler, I deal with back pain occasionally. Most days my back is what I would consider “tender,” and I’m always sure to be cautious with my movements.
Besides many of my personal training clients having bad backs, my wife, my mother-in-law, and my sister all have back issues.
Hell, even my wife’s little Yorkie suffers from bouts of back pain.
These can show up as spasms, “twinges”, or even full-blown crippling episodes of being laid up on the floor all day, or days.
And it’s hard to understand the pain if you haven’t felt it before. It ain’t fun, folks.
Today, I want to share with you three steps to manage your pain when you are suffering through a bout. Now, I am not sharing this information to diagnose, cure, or treat any specific conditions, and if you are having some bouts of pain, be it short-term or chronic, it’s best to get checked out by a medical professional and be referred to whomever can care for you best.