Matt Fiddes, fitness entrepreneur, is one of the most respected experts in the international world of martial arts and fitness. Matt’s achievements have seen him honoured at the highest level, after being inducted into the UK Martial Arts Hall of Fame and presented with the prestigious ‘Martial Arts Superstar Award’.
Tofe Evans‘ personal voyage of discovery has helped him create the tools to mentally prepare you to weather any storm. And Tofe should know: the endurance career he embarked on literally saved his life. He believes in rising above your personal turmoil by conquering your own mind.
Samir Becic became an internationally recognized fitness expert, earning a spot in Men’s Journal’s “Top Fitness Trainers in US” list, he began his life-long dedication to health and fitness in Europe as a distinguished Martial Arts expert. It was in the structured and flowing training of Martial Arts that provided the background for the ReSync Method.
Jet Li has been called a wushu prodigy time and again throughout his life. In order to find out the truth behind Asia’s most famous martial arts export alongside Jackie Chan and the Iconic Bruce Lee, we asked the jetli.com to fill us in on the real story.
The endless war between cardio training and weight training to win the title as the ultimate weigh loss exercise is comparable to the war between salt and sugar as the ultimate spice. It seems like it will never end.
On the other hand, people prefer weight training when they try to build their body. This is because weight training promotes the formation of lean muscle mass.
Conor McGregers Weight Control Secrets
Conor McGregor is an Irish mixed martial artist who primarily competed in the featherweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, and now plans to also fight at lightweight and welterweight. In order to control his weight and body fat ratio he got Georges Lockhart, a nutritional expert to give him advice on foods and supplements to help fight his sweet tooth.
Some people are enthusiastic when it comes to attaining goals when losing weight and have an adequate amount of time and money to join a gym and exercise every single day. On the contrary, some people don’t want to take an expensive gym membership and don’t have sufficient time or find gym too boring. According to most health professionals, one needs to follow recommended diet and regular exercise.
I was recently asked to contribute a few fitness and nutrition myths to a popular magazine. After some consideration, I included 4 biggies – the cholesterol myth, the protein myth, the exercise volume myth, and the aerobic exercise myth.