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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

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Motivation, Transformation, Success

By Back on Track Fitness / March 20, 2019

Do you want to create change in your physical, mental and/or spiritual health that lasts longer than a few weeks? Are you tired of jumping from one FAD to the next with little lasting success? Do you find yourself basing your behaviours, decisions, and actions upon a feeling, such as a lack of motivation? “We … Continue Reading

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Weight Loss and Fat Loss – Facts vs Myths

By Back on Track Fitness / February 26, 2019

Here at Back on Track Fitness, we’re all about the long game. Millions of people take up exercise around this time every year, and the unfortunate truth is that a huge percentage of them only last a couple of months. In fact by the sixth month nearly half of gym sign-ups have dropped out totally. … Continue Reading

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7 Steps To Improve Your Nutrition

By Back on Track Fitness / July 27, 2017

Little changes you can make with your nutrition. There is a common misconception you need to starve yourself by eating too little or not at all in order to achieve fat loss. But experts agree crash diets and extreme calorie restrictions do not work in sustaining fat loss and weight management. Reason being, crash diets … Continue Reading

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How To Get Back On Track After A Fitness Break

By Back on Track Fitness / June 27, 2017

Fitness is a lifelong commitment. Being physically fit at one point in your life, even on an elite level in your twenties, does not mean you will stay that way without committing time and energy to doing so. In fact, it does not mean you will stay in decent shape as you get older. You … Continue Reading

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Cardio and Strength Training: Do You Mix Both?

By Back on Track Fitness / May 27, 2017

Why is a balanced workout important? Time and time again, we have been reminded of the importance of living a healthy and well-balanced life. From the food we eat to the amount of sleep we get each night, we are given recommendations of how much is considered adequate for good health. However, food and sleep … Continue Reading