It’s time we started eating more sensibly.
The focus has shifted from not only needing to have a six pack to a serious yearning for that tapered waist-line, rounded glutes and sculpted shoulders and arms. So the focus is now on how to reduce visceral fat. Visceral fats are those that mainly cover vital organs, especially in the abdominal cavity. Persons who stress eat, have poor eating practices and participate in little or no exercising, are usually affected the most.
So how about we try to Stop-Think-Eat. Let us try, as hard as it may be, to give up some of the artery clogging foods for healthier alternatives. Let us try low sodium products. Let us try fresh fruits and vegetables. Let us try baking and steaming instead of frying. Let us try water, green smoothies and protein shakes instead of pop. Then at the end of the day we may not only achieve that desired body image but more importantly, we would have become healthier.
I have been a fitness, health and wellness trainer for the past six years. My expertise in this area has been from working directly in Public Safety and Healthcare for the better part of 20 years. The exposure received from my direct interaction with healthcare and Public Safety has honed and fueled my drive and passion for changing unhealthy life styles, coaching, and promoting wellness. The positive changes enjoyed by my clients since my involvement in personal training is testament to my diligence and commitment to the cause.
CPT, EMT-P, Bsc, MBA