Is there such a thing as too much protein? It’s a good question especially at a time when it seems like everyone is talking about protein. It’s touted as essential for building muscle, and it is, but also as a weight loss strategy due to its ability to make you feel full. But, as withContinue reading “Perils of Too Much Protein”
Gaining weight and muscle needs a specific nutrition plan. Here are five tips to consider as you get started.
As week one draws to a close – or the weekday part of it anyway – I thought I’d share some initial observations about how this “Busy Babe Sugar Cleanse” is going.
Too often we read the headlines about how to lose weight quickly or the latest diet that will trim inches from your waist. But, what about those who are actually trying to gain weight and/or muscle?
Now that I’ve achieved my NASM-CPT my blog is taking on a new tone — fitness and nutrition, with a wine twist every once in a while.
As promised I’m sharing the outcome of my 45-day Athletic Apex Transformation Challenge. In only 45 days, I managed to gain 1.24 pounds of muscle, reduce my body fat from 15.2 percent to 14.9 percent.
The start of a new year means rededicating yourself to whatever dreams, goals and objectives you want to achieve. For me, a new year happens twice annually – fall, when school is back in session, and Jan. 1. This year, my New Year’s resolution is to attempt to establish realistic goals that I can reach over the course of the entire year, or at least that is my overarching commitment to myself.
As 2018 draws to a close, I decided to review my analytics to see which of my posts were most popular this year.
In my last post, I discussed the workouts I do, how I do them, etc. This post will focus on what I’m eating, including vitamins and supplements and how I arrived at each of them.