Weights or Cardio First?


Much debate has been brewing about whether to lift weights first then do your cardio or vice versa... Well the results are in...

Lift weights first, Then do Cardio By performing your strength training before your cardio work, you'll burn more fat while doing Cardio. Recently numerous studies have found athletes who did the workout in this order burned twice as much fat as those who didn't lift weights at all.

Besides this finding It just makes more sense to lift when your energy levels are higher because of the increased demand on the body while lifting weights.

Exercise of the Day


Lie on floor face down with your arm at your side. Palms are facing up.
Using your lower back pick your chest up off the floor in a very slow controlled manner
Lower down to starting position and repeat for desired amount of repetitions.
Don’t overarch
Don’t bend your neck
Breath out as your coming up
No jerky movements


Hyperextensions are a great way to strengthen your lower back and definitely should be a part of your workout routine!
Nutritional Tip
Water is an essential nutrient. All chemical reactions in the body depend upon it. If you’re trying to lose weight, this can’t be ignored. You won’t be able to lose weight without water to flush out the by-products of fat breakdown. When there isn’t enough water to dilute the body’s waste products, kidney stones may form. When the kidneys aren’t working to their full potential, the liver must step in and help. Once this happens the liver can’t optimally perform its other important functions. As a result, burning fat has to wait.

Drink up to 8 glasses of water a day – a commonly known and even more commonly ignored aspect of healthy living. Whenever we think of health, diet, or recuperating from illness, we rarely think of the significant role of water consumption. Instead we think of diet, healthy foods, miracle foods, etc. More than all this, drinking sufficient quantity of water everyday has a vast number of health benefits that we often ignore.