There are simply no shortcuts when it come to seeing results via nutrition and exercise. When is the last time you heard someone say that they spend less time at anything and got better results? That’s right. Never!
Jack Nunn is the head trainer and owner of Roworx. Jack is a former national team rower who has competed in more than 100 triathlons, including 9 full Ironmans. He has created a system of rowing that prepares the whole body for both competition and fitness longevity.
Exercise isn’t just for burning calories as regular physical activity also plays an important role in mental acuity and cognitive function which can help support a positive outlook on life and promote longevity. The best physical exercises are the types that offer full body engagement such as swimming, cross country skiing, and rowing.
For centuries, caffeine has been the stimulant of choice among humans, and for good reason!
As you first start to exercise no matter whether you are walking, running or rowing, your muscles immediately begin to use energy to allow them to work.
Published In The Dec 2011 Issue Of The School News Roll Call And Written By Jack Nunn, Owner Of Roworx Indoor Rowing Classes, Boot Camp, And Yoga At The Long Beach Rowing Association.
Alcohol Eats Away at Muscle Mass
If increasing muscle mass and getting in better shape is one of your goals then think twice before you go out for a night of heavy drinking. Calories add up fast as 12 ounces of beer equals 150 calories, 5 ounces of wine equals 100 calories, and 1.5-ounces of distilled spirits equals 100 calories.
Over the past few years I have come across various ideas that working out in the morning is better for you than at night and/or the other way around. The answer in my opinion is whenever you can make the time to work out and whatever can fit your schedule than make sure you make that time for fitness.
Don’t be fooled into thinking crash diets are effective– save yourself and know which diets to avoid!
Spend one day with Former US National Rowing Team Member Jack Nunn And Former U.S. Men’s Olympic Rowing Coach And Olympic Bronze Medalist John Nunn to maximize your skill and speed, endurance, and technique with rowing.
Published In The January 2015 Issue Of The Long Beach School News Roll Call And Written By Jack Nunn, Owner Of Roworx Indoor Rowing Classes At The Long Beach Rowing Association