Studies on COVID-19

By Brydon Coles / March 17, 2020

Over the weekend I spent some time studying and speaking with both health and medical professionals, as well as reading dozens of articles from Government agencies. As I scroll through social media, literally 80% of the posts are something to do with COVID-19. It has been a huge outbreak globally and everyone is in panic … Continue Reading

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How to Prevent The Weight Loss Plateau

By Back on Track Fitness / September 30, 2019

Weight loss isn’t easy to achieve, and if you are undertaking that journey, it may feel as though you’re fighting against your body’s every natural instinct. Weight loss plateaus often occur despite rigorously following an improved eating plan. That may not inspire much motivation, but there is an explanation for this phenomenon, and it can … Continue Reading

Chronic back pain

Understanding the Causes of Chronic Back Pain and How to Relieve it with Exercise

By Back on Track Fitness / September 2, 2019

Back pain has become synonymous with adulthood. Many people have learned to live with chronic lower or upper back pain and adapted their lifestyles around the limitations that come with it. Discovering the precise causes of chronic back pain will enable us to rectify it; whether it is an imbalance, an injury, or a weakness. … Continue Reading

Emotional Eating

How to Fix Emotional Eating

By Back on Track Fitness / July 18, 2019

Have you ever stopped before you put a piece of food in your mouth and asked yourself WHY you are eating? Many people don’t eat to satisfy hunger. Instead, people eat to combat unidentified or unexpressed feelings, which is the definition of emotional eating. Triggers for emotional eating: ·       Stress ·   … Continue Reading

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Transform Your Body in 8 Weeks… and Stay That Way

By Back on Track Fitness / June 24, 2019

Transforming your body doesn’t start with a pill or a promise, it starts with intention and purpose. It can feel frightening or even overwhelming because you may not know where to begin. Perhaps you never believed you could lose weight and keep it off, but something shifted recently, and you have reached the tipping point. … Continue Reading


Why You REALLY Should Detox

By Back on Track Fitness / June 14, 2019

Whatever negative association you may have with the word “detox” set it aside and consider this:  They are absolutely crucial for vitality, fat loss, and everything in between. What is Detoxification? Detoxification is a transformation process wherein the body identifies harmful substances, transforms them into a less toxic form, and safely excretes them. The human … Continue Reading

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The Scary Impact of Stress on Your Body

By Back on Track Fitness / June 4, 2019

We live in a fast-paced world of urgency and impatience in a constant state of stress. While some stress is beneficial—optimal levels give us just the right degree of stimulation—the more common type of stress is an excessive and prolonged strain that can negatively impact fat loss, muscle gain, and even your immune system. Not … Continue Reading

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Lose the Beer Gut, Not the Beer! Time for a Personal Trainer For Men

By Back on Track Fitness / April 15, 2019

As the years tick by it becomes much easier to gain weight. Your metabolism slows down with each passing decade, and the long days in a sedentary job begin to add up. Especially if they are topped off with an alcoholic beverage at night! Over time, pants that used to fasten around the waist now … Continue Reading

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Motivation is a Lie

By Back on Track Fitness / April 10, 2019

“Motivation is a lie, and habits take more than 30 days to create.” This statement holds true in any context, but this blog discusses how it is relevant to weight loss. The majority of people who join a studio intend to lose weight, and the most important formula anyone attempting to lose weight needs to … Continue Reading

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The Best Weapon in the Battle Against Cellulite: A Personal Trainer for Women

By Back on Track Fitness / March 26, 2019

If you dread the onset of swimsuit season because you don’t want to bare those cottage cheese thighs, you are not alone. 80-90% of women are plagued by cellulite on their hips, legs, butt, stomach or even arms. We live in an advanced society–medicine should have an answer to this problem! There are shelves full … Continue Reading