A Beginner’s Guide to Fat Loss

In order to understand how to lose weight and keep it off, you need to understand how calories work and how to manipulate them in your diet in order to achieve your fat loss goal. What Are Calories? Calories are units of energy. Think of energy as something that cannot be destroyed nor  created, so…

Your Go-To Core Training Routine

As we all may know, training can become a bit repetitive and mundane up until a certain point. It is for this reason that we should be incorporating new routines and exercises without having to compromise the rhythm of our program. I suggest incorporating a core-training day into your existing routine for a wide array…

5 Key Habits To Keep You Fit For Life

There is a huge difference between just becoming fit and staying fit. Becoming fit happens in the first year or so, staying fit, however, is for life. Your success is in learning to enjoy the process. Let me simplify the fitness process so that you can plan backwards around your goals. Remember that success in…

3 Ways To Combat Gymtimidation (It’s A Thing)

I have received a recent email by a reader about how to stop being intimidated at the gym, the question was: Dear Tara, I always feel so self-conscious at the gym, how can I become more confident in the weight room? I feel like it is mainly for men and would like to get over…

Beginner Transformation Ebook (Free)

Goal: Fitness Transformation for Beginners The aim of this ebook is to get beginners to enjoy the fitness benefits without feeling intimidated at the gym or confused with all the fitness information circulating around. I have designed a free program to get beginners into the fitness mindset without having to set foot in a gym….

Two tips for a stronger mind/muscle connection

Relying solely on a basic anatomy book cannot teach you how to strengthen the mind/muscle connection which is important for making good progress at the gym. With my experience at the gym, I have learnt that while form is absolutely necessary for success, the mental aspect is as important. Here are two ways to combat…

How I trained for my first 10k in 3 weeks as a Vegan

As a self-professed gym junkie, I struggle between trying out new things and being repetitive with my routines. I thus took the chance in training for a 10 k with only three weeks of training. My levels of fitness are pretty much fit as I lift weights around 5-6 times a week and have for…

4 nutrition tips for a healthy Vegan Lifestyle

Whether you are an avid gym goer, an athlete or somebody who is interested in cutting out animal-based products from your diet, going Vegan has benefits that are worth the sacrifice. On top of feeling healthier and more radiant, a Vegan diet can promote longevity, good health and non-cruelty towards animals. Whether you are following…

7 positive things that happen to you once you go Vegan

Becoming vegan is a decision that I do not regret at all, it is a choice that has given me way more energy and vitality than I had while I ate meat. Human beings are omnivorous and have the capacity to make decisions related to their diet that can either endanger their health or bring…

Four Vegan Lifestyle Tips for Athletes

You may have heard about how difficult it is for Vegans to put on muscle, like any diet, Vegans require a certain amount of discipline and patience when it comes to putting on muscle. The basics of nutrition like calorie intake and eating whole-foods should always be followed, regardless of whether you are consuming animal-products or…