Metabolic Syndrome

Metabolic syndrome is a group of conditions that together raise your risk of coronary heart disease, diabetes, stroke, and other serious health problems. Metabolic syndrome affects 1 in 3 adults in the United States. read more

Ketogenic Lifestyle

A ketogenic lifestyle is committed to burning fat for energy, as opposed to relying heavily on glucose. As a by-product of burning fat, the body produces ketones. The ketogenic lifestyle can be used to combat metabolic syndrome. read more

Fitness Training

Metabolic fitness training is an approach that combines strength training and high-intensity interval training (HIIT) to maximize calorie burn, improve cardiovascular health, and build muscle. read more

Intermittent Fasting

In addition to ketogenic lifestyle and metabolic fitness, it is possible to follow a regimen of intermittent fasting to battle metabolic syndrome. read more

Training As We Age

The fastest growing population group in the United States includes those people between age 65 and 70, with over 12 million people.  With the aging baby boomers, the population age 65 and higher is expected to continue growing rapidly. However, growth in the aged population has little to do with improved health habits.  The Center for Disease Control reports that more than one-third of older adults aged 65 and over were obese in 2007-2010 with obesity prevalence was higher among those aged 65‒74.  Studies regularly report that the aging population loses muscle, gains fat, and overall quality and quantity of… read more

Emotional Well Being

What makes a person want to train, lift weights, do cardio, year after year? Many factors have played a role in my desire and ability to continue a regimen of exercise year after year. Put simply, it feels good to exercise. [...] read more


Exercise for Injury Recovery: A Path to Healing and Strength Recovering from an injury can be a challenging and frustrating experience, but incorporating the right exercise regimen into your recovery plan can make a significant difference. Exercise during injury recovery not only helps to restore strength and flexibility but also speeds up the healing process, reduces pain, and prevents future injuries. Here’s a brief guide on how exercise can aid in injury recovery and some tips on getting started safely. The Benefits of Exercise for Injury Recovery Accelerated Healing: Exercise promotes blood flow to the injured area, delivering essential nutrients… read more