11th May 2014

Serene Husseini : The Big Cardio Controversy…

As my cardio increases to 2.5 hours low intensity steady state cycling a day, I have decided to tackle this topic – and what a controversial […]
1st July 2013

Myth & Truth About Training & Nutrition

Myth: Crunches and Ab Exercises Help Bust Belly Fat Truth: While exercises that target the abdomen can help tone and strengthen the muscles near your belly, […]
18th December 2012

Aerobic Exercise

Aerobic activities include walking, jogging, bicycling, dancing and swimming. Anything that you do that involves the large muscle groups, which you can sustain for thirty minutes […]
7th November 2012

Walking The Treadmill

It’s amazing that so many people think that holding on whilst walking on the treadmill is the correct thing to do.  Think how ridiculous it would look if […]
17th September 2012

Cardio For Hardgainers

You’ve likely heard that hardgainers should eliminate cardio entirely. While there is some logic to this argument, it’s not entirely true. When done correctly, there is […]
28th August 2012

Best Cardio For Fat Loss

The Great Debate The number one question most people have about cardio is, “What type of cardio is best for fat loss?” There are those that say […]
27th July 2012

Summer Fitness

If you’ve put on a little weight and lost some fitness during the winter, or holidays, or at any time, then this program is for you. You […]
24th July 2012

Exercise For Everyone

Do moderately intense cardio 30 minutes a day, 5 days a week — fast walking is an example, or Do vigorously intense cardio 20 minutes a […]
24th July 2012

Weights v Cardio

Fitness enthusiasts and athletes can be a little tribal — that is, they like what they do and tend to dismiss or deride other codes, sports or training […]