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How to Use MET Values to Improve Your Workout

When you work out at the gym or home, you may feel like you’re working hard and burning a lot of calories, but are you really? A variety of factors can affect how hard an exercise feels, like what you’ve eaten that day and even your psychological state. That’s why it’s sometimes better to rely […]

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Weightlifting Myths Debunked

Hi Everyone!  Thank you for the wonderful feedback concerning my last few articles and I look forward to sharing more with you.  This week I’m focusing on unfounded myths concerning heavy weight lifting (heavy meaning around 60%  or more of your one rep max).  I have noticed there are many unfounded myths concerning the lifting […]

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Why Your TDEE is Important for Weight Loss

Hi Everyone, as promised, this is the second segment of my two part article concerning weight loss. In last week’s article I explained why your BMR is important to you and how it accounts for 60% to 70% of calories you burn each day. I also discussed ways to increase your BMR and how weightlifting […]

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Why Your BMR is Important for Weight Loss

Hi Everyone! As I mentioned in last week’s article, the formula for losing weight is simple, you just have to create a calorie deficit by burning more calories than you consume. Now this week I want to share with you some very important information on how to best determine your caloric needs. So if you’re […]

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