Differentiate BURN vs. PAIN

Differentiate BURN vs. PAIN

“Oh, it hurts Kei. It’s painful.” When I ask clients where they feel it, most times it is the muscle that is being targeted. Hence, its not pain that they are experiencing. It is the muscle being worked. So what are ways to differentiate burn vs....
Overloading isn’t the way

Overloading isn’t the way

In this week’s blog, I want to discuss why you shouldn’t do the same exercise every day. This is coming from my experience of the quest to being able to bench press 200 pounds as a 14 year old. My training program only consisted of bench press and...
Spot reduction (my take)

Spot reduction (my take)

“I want to lose fat here and here.” As a personal trainer, I hear this all the time. “I want to lose fat in the back of my arms and thighs.” Wanting to lose fat in a particular spot is called spot reduction in the fitness industry. “Lose...
Exercise priority: full range of motion

Exercise priority: full range of motion

In this week’s blog, I want to discuss the topic of full range of motion and why it should be a priority. Your progress will be limited if you keep doing partial range of motion. First, let’s discuss when a exercise is done with partial range. For example,...

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