Originally Published: on July 21, 2021 | The New York Times | By Gretchen Reynolds A cellular chat after your workout may explain in part why weight training burns fat. We all know that lifting [Read More]
Lentil Soup with Leeks
From The Phase IV Gut Reset E-book Ingredients: 3 tbsp Olive Oil 2 medium Leeks, chopped (white parts only) 1 tbsp Garlic, minced 1 tbsp Fresh Oregano, chopped (or 1 tsp [Read More]
To Lose Weight With Exercise, Aim for 300 Minutes a Week
Originally Published: on Dec. 9, 2020 | The New York Times | By Gretchen Reynolds Overweight men and women who exercised six days a week lost weight; those who worked out twice a week did [Read More]
Are You Eating Enough Protein?
by Chelsea Garcia, MEd, Certified Exercise Physiologist There are many different sources of protein one can use for a multitude of reasons. You might have been told you need more protein in your [Read More]
Fit But Fat
NBC Interview with CEO Robert Forster, PT The Fit But Fat Syndrome is a result of ill advised training programs dictated by whim and not science, reliance on sports bars and drinks, working [Read More]
Food Combining and Implications on Digestion
By Shelby Stoner, MS, PHASE IV Exercise Physiologist Food combining is the idea that certain foods pair well together, while others do not. At its core, the concept of food combining is based on [Read More]
ARE YOU HAPPY WITH YOUR FATHER FIGURE?
By CEO Robert Forster, PT A new pole by Planet Fitness revealed some important data. First, Dad Bod Dads are happier; accepting their Dad Bod made them more relaxed. Perhaps it is in part due to [Read More]
Diet for One? Scientists Stalk the Dream of Personalized Nutrition
No single food regimen works for everyone. A new study is the most comprehensive effort yet to understand why. By Cynthia Graber and Nicola Twilley New York Times A decade ago, [Read More]