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June 2016

Today I want to touch on habits and an idea of becoming a healthy person compared to doing a diet. It makes a world of difference. Click play to watch the video below So, from the video, you know that you need to become a healthy person, and do the things that a healthy person does. Not just some arbitrary diet that you don't ingrain. That's just setting yourself up for failure in the long run. Jack 'Highly Effective Habits' Zuvelek PS - Want to get started with your training? Click here to learn about our new program

Everywhere you look these days people are talking about toxic this and toxin that. However, not many of these claims are backed by any sort of science. This has lead you, an avid health and fitness enthusiast confused and not really sure what to do or what to believe. Have no fear. Today I’m going to explore 3 thing that are actually toxic and give you some reasoning so that you’re clear on why you should avoid them. First cab off the ranks. Refined vegetable and seed oils. Things such as corn, sunflower and soybean

One of the most common questions we get asked at The Body Consultants is whether or not you need cardio for fat loss And seeing as we change 100's of people's body compositions on a weekly basis without the use of any traditional cardio the definitive answer is no. However, There is a time and place for it and I use it in my toolbox when it's necessary. In the video today I identify when and where you should be doing cardio, if at all. Hope that helped clear some things up for you. Here's the truth

No, I’m not talking about a greasy serving of Chinese food that you get from your local resturant after a big night out.. I’m referring to some of the patterns that I’ve observed from Asian cultures which could be the reason as a whole that they’re healthier than westerners. They practice mindful eating. In Asian countries, it is not a race to finish their meal the fastest. They tend to sit down and make an event around the meal, consciously taking their time. Compare this to the shovel it down as fast as possible

For most women menopause begins in the late 40’s or early 50’s and usually lasts a few years. It can happen outside of these time frames so don’t be alarmed if you’re on either side of the equation. During these years it is reported that at least two thirds of women experience symptoms of menopause. These symptoms include: Hot flushes Memory distortion Mood swings Profuse sweating Anxiety Nausea Heavy breathing Tiredness So if you’re experiencing these symptoms these are very common however there is natural remedies that you can do to reduce them

Today I want to touch on the topic of progressive overload. If everyone just followed this simple principle we would be in a lot better place with our health. But the caveat to this is that progressive overload is hard. It means that you actually have to do more work than you did last time And that's where the problems arise. To learn more about progressive overload watch the video below. (If you're watching this on your phone click CC to get closed captions) Now that you know a little bit about what it is and how

One of the questions I get asked all the time is 'Do I need a protein shake' And today I want to answer that question so that you can make an informed decision for yourself! Watch and enjoy!   Jack 'Protein Glory Gainz' Zuvelek PS - Need any help with getting started with some training? Fill out an application for our beginner's training program Click here to start your journey --> http://bit.ly/1PcI1hi