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Eat To Perform – The only answer I know to end obesity

Posted on: September 16th, 2018 by thekensingtonstudio

Eat to perform is a great website that shares many of the same ideas that the Kensington Studio does. NO, you do not starve yourself and exercise 12 hours a week to get to your goal weight…. _______________________________________________________________________ There is an article that was well done on obesity and I will link to it below, […]

Tony Gentilcore – THE UNDERRATED VALUE OF MEDIOCRITY

Posted on: August 14th, 2018 by thekensingtonstudio

Tony Gentilcore is a resource you should be aware of: today, the underrated value of mediocrity. Remember that iconic and hilarious scene from the movie Billy Madison when Billy (Adam Sandler), upon realizing one of his classmates embarrassingly peed his pants, attempts to “normalize” the situation by pretending to also pee his pants, thus reframing the unfortunate situation into […]

Breaking Muscle – You’re Confused About Supplements

Posted on: July 16th, 2018 by thekensingtonstudio

Breaking Muscle – clearing up the confusion on Supplements. Coach Jesse Irizarry at JDI Barbell in New York, New York   When someone tells me they don’t take supplements, I usually don’t believe them. Those who fancy themselves as whole food eaters often don’t realize that they are supplementing even if they don’t consume pills or powders. They also […]

Essential Exercises Post Birth by AMBER WHITEFORD

Posted on: July 15th, 2018 by thekensingtonstudio

Originally posted on Sophie Guidolin’s website- a young mom who maintains a very aspiring physique, runs her own fitness business, publishes cook books & exercise regimes + a great competitor! _________________________________________________________________ Here are some essential exercises post birth as recommended by Amber Whiteford. PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE (PFM) EXERCISES Aim for 30 good contractions a day; […]

Oh, so you think cardio is stupid? Well, you are stupid.

Posted on: June 21st, 2018 by KensingtonUser

In a recent Facebook post I made some sweeping generalizations about Cardiovascular training and health and in doing so I am putting all anti-cardio adherents on blast. Consider this your MOAB dropped on your dogmatic principles. Let’s pick apart your fallacies step by step. Cardio doesn’t hurt your strength training. In an article on ISSA online it […]

The 6 Skills of Intuitive Eating

Posted on: May 21st, 2018 by thekensingtonstudio

Today’s post about Intuitive eating is written by Paul Carter for T Nation. Intuitive Eating: What It Isn’t When you hear the words “intuitive eating” it’s easy to get confused. If your intuition tells you to eat ice cream for every meal then that’s not a dietary approach that will benefit your health or physique. […]

7 Outrageous Sugar Myths And The Real Science Behind Them

Posted on: April 11th, 2018 by thekensingtonstudio

Today’s blog is written by Charlie Beestone from Food for fitness – is sugar really as the media and health gurus make it out to be? _____________________________________________________________________________ Is sugar really that bad? Will a passion for passionfruit really make you fat? Before you throw the fruit bowl out the window, let’s go take a look. Not […]

TOP 6 MYTHS ABOUT VEGAN DIETS

Posted on: January 15th, 2018 by thekensingtonstudio

Guest post by Aman Duggal originally posted on Shredded by science. Hi! Today’s guest article comes from SBS Academy student Aman Duggal. Aman is part of the team behind Alpharaj – an Indian organization which focuses on being unbiased, independent and impartial, and is devoted to spreading science and critical thinking in the fitness industry.  Veganism – […]

8 Sneaky Reasons You’re a Fat Loss Failure

Posted on: November 16th, 2017 by KensingtonUser

Today’s blog is from Bryan Khan from BryanKhan.com 2016…… The year Hopeful Innocence was ceremoniously drowned in the blood-dimmed tide of Change. When Facebook supplanted the mainstream media as the source for “news,” from politics to pedophile pizza parlors to what really happened to Kimye in Paris. And so it goes. I’ll remember 2016 for a […]

Why Strength Training is SO Important as You Start Aging

Posted on: September 25th, 2017 by KensingtonUser

John Falkinder from Steamtrainfitness wrote this article on the importance of strength training as you age.  As you steadily head towards retirement age it becomes progressively more important to take care of your health and physical capabilities because, for most people, your muscle mass is on an ever increasing downhill slide. So you could say……..Size […]

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