It seems that a lot of people are seeing their health as a better investment than the markets right now, and we’re doing our best to make sure that is true for all of our clients.
But I had to take a five-minute break from the busyness to tell you about an exciting NEW book, hot off the presses, that, if you like my newsletters, well, the exercise science in this book is going to blow you away…
(please excuse typos, I wanted to get this to you quickly)
First, before I get to the “meat” of it, we have just a few remaining slots open for new clients, and I have a limited, one-time-only offer further down.…
You’ve decided that hiring a Los Angeles personal trainer could help you turn heads, feel more confident, look amazing in your clothes, raise your energy, look better naked, and increase your strength.
But you fear these results may elude you if you end up with the wrong personal trainer.
Consider the following when looking for a personal trainer in Los Angeles who can transform you from the old you into the new you:
The 6 Criteria You MUST Consider When Hiring a Personal Trainer in Los Angeles
Gary Taubes, an award-winning writer for Science and the New York Times Magazine explains his controversial position that much of what we have been told about the relationship between body weight, diet and exercise is wrong.
I just got this email, and thought it was worth answering here…
“Hi Chad! …My curiosity led me to read through your website and I am intrigued… My questions are: 1) how long does the shaking and muscle fatigue last after a workout (I can’t be incapacitated with a toddler and no help), 2) does this method do anything for your cardiovascular health and flexibility, 3) do the muscles get bulky (for a woman, lean and long is the desired look), and 4) do you design a client’s diet (daily calories, protein/carb/fat percentages, specific foods, etc)?… ~Liane”
Excellent questions, Liane, and here are my answers to each:
A 20-year Harvard study comparing the diets of 82,802 women was published in the New England Journal of Medicine two weeks ago (most diet comparison studies last a year or less). It has some interesting conclusions.
Low-carb, higher fat diets did not increase risk of heart disease over the long term.
Low-carb diets with more fats from vegetable sources loweredrisk of heart disease.…