So yesterday I had my last free Personal Training Session with a woman named Alex. It went really well, and I’ve decided to keep going with her. She’s so fun and I feel like we have a lot in common, and I’m so excited to be working with her! Once I decided to continue, she… Continue reading My Personal Trainer
Okay, we've all heard it, "Muscle weighs more than fat." But what does that actually mean? That statement is actually not very descriptive, it should be, "Muscle has a higher density than fat." That's what's going on here. The density of muscle is 1.0599 grams in every cubic centimeter. The density of fat is 0.9094 grams in… Continue reading Muscle vs. Fat – Is the Difference What We Think?
Alright, well the month of July is well and truly over! It’s time to post the results of my “Does 3500 Calories Really Equal 1 Pound” During this experiment I tracked my food intake, my calories burned, my weight, and my body fat and muscle percentages. Unfortunately I lost it around day 22 and starting… Continue reading Does 3500 Calories Really Equal 1 Pound Experiment Results for 1 Month
This weekend I tried Frank Body Scrub for the first time! A friend bought the coconut one for me, and it's absolutely beautiful! It's basically coffee granules with tiny coconut flakes and coconut oil in it. You can imagine how good it smells! So what you do is get wet in the shower, rub the… Continue reading Frank Body Scrub Review After One Use
If you believe everything you read online, you’d know that KFC deep-fries rats, there are hot singles in your neighbourhood waiting to meet you, and 3500 calories is equal to 1 pound. Hang on, that last one actually sounds interesting. This is actually science; 1 pound of fat is the equivalent of 3500 calories of… Continue reading Does 3500 Calories Really Equal 1 Pound?