Hi Marc I am 50 years old and I have never been that active. I am overweight and I want to get in better shape so I can live a longer life and be able to do physical things humans were meant to do. I have a desk job and work 50-55 hours a week. I want to join a gym but I don't know how to workout. Or how to start... I don't want to be one of those people, who just goes to the gym and walks on the treadmill for hours. Any advice you could give me would be much appreciated
GOOD ON YOU for starting! I recommend asking around and finding a certified trainer to show you the ropes. Once you have that, get your diet in check. Be sure to check out www.dropfactorbook.com.
can short or long terms dieting cause a significant suppression of testosterone? Currently 21 years old 6 foot 2 male and have been long term dieting for my job (actor/ model). I suffer from low test and thyroid. Curious on your thoughts on this? Also I'm on exogenous TRT and thyroid replacement, but doctor wants me off testosterone once I gain more weight and check bloods. I asked if a pct would be needed to increase my lh and natural test and he said no. Your thoughts? Thanks!
hey Marc! So I joined a gym and I'm looking into getting a personal trainer. Because I have no clue how to workout. My question is.. i have heard a lot about how some personal trainers just give their clients some cookie cutter programs that make some end up getting me hurt or end up hating training. Do you have any tips you could give me on what I should look for in a trainer? Or how to tell if they actually know what there doing?
Would apple cider vinegar, a multivitamin, and whey protein combined with rigorous workout sessions of cardio four to five times a week for half an hour shed that last stubborn layer of belly fat in a few weeks to a month?
I have a younger sister who is getting to the point with her weight gain, that loose skin will be an issue if she decides to ever loose the weight. I've kept it to myself but don't want to see her go past this point of no return if that makes sense. How would you recommend approaching close family members who are headed down an unhealthy path. Or do you?
You can approach it by offering to help and train with her BUT she needs to want to do it. If she is irresponsive, don't nag her
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