It doesn’t matter who you are or what you eat…unless you’ve jumped species, it’s true for you, too. Exercise is necessary and important, but no exercise program will transcend a bad diet.
What you are about to read is true. Some of it may be difficult to believe, but all of it is real. I know because it happened to me. I’m Philip Hitchcock and I’m a Personal Trainer; and these are my confessions:
“I’m certified in CPR,” I tell all new clients. “Please don’t make me prove it!”. How do you know if you’re in good hands?
You’re out of shape. You’re desperate. You’re watching late night TV and you’ve got a credit card…All you have to do to get in shape, is squeeze, pull, rub or massage that contraption they’re selling and THAT body will be yours! For $19.95, why not? And that’s exactly what marketers are betting on.
How do you know if your gym is queer friendly.
It happens to a lot of people. One day, you wake up and your jeans are too tight, you have a muffin top, and that ass that used to be so righteous, high, and tight has now hit the floor.
The very thought of walking into a gym can send some gay men into a tailspin. Rivers of sweat. Accelerated heart rate. Increased blood pressure. PTSD. Whether it was being bullied in school, always being the last one chosen for a team, or being clumsy in sports, many gay guys have an absolute aversion to the alpha environment of a gym
Every Monday I feel like some kind of a food priest hearing a confession. I have a client, call him Mike. “My food was really bad this weekend,” Mike says. “It was out of control. I ate an entire cheese stuffed crust pizza.”
In the fitness world there are tons of supplements that promise everything from weight loss and weight gain to increased energy and increased libido. But do any of them work?
Every accomplishment has a beginning and every beginning needs a goal. If your goals for 2019 include getting fit, here are some tips for making your intentions a reality.
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