Saturday night post workout bbq, celebrating 2 of my gym bro's birthdays.
Sometimes, smaller gyms allows members to bond closer....we are more than gym members...we are a family!
This is why Ultimate Gym have been around for 28 years and counting. God willing, we will still be around for...many, many years to come.
LUMINA is San Francisco’s hottest new building and it’s easy to see why. Located in East Cut, the prime address is within walking distance to everything Downtown has to offer but there is something that separates this building from the others in the neighborhood. THE AMENITIES. LUMINAs over the top amenity packages includes private dining, concierge, pet grooming, children’s play room, and all the extra luxury conveniences you’ve come to expect in San Francisco but our favorite perk is the 2 level, 7000 sq ft health center complete with a lap pool, climbing wall, and full spa! Who wants to bother with a gym membership anyway?
Intermittent fasting seems to be a very hot topic right now as I’ve been getting a ton of messages asking for my thoughts on it. First, it is important to recognize that intermittent fasting is not a type of diet like keto or paleo. Rather, IF is an eating strategy. IF just changes the times you eat your food and how you break up your meals. It does not influence the foods you should eat.
IF can be extremely useful for dieting because it allows you to eat 1-2 larger meals and actually feel somewhat full after eating rather than eating 4-6 smaller meals and always being hungry. It's not as useful for bulking since being hungry isn't usually an issue so there is no reason to condense your meals since it will probably be easier to eat enough calories by spreading them out more. I typically implement IF a few days per week depending on my schedule.
Ultimately, whether you follow intermittent fasting or not, your overall macros is what will determine if you lose weight or not. Follow intermittent fasting if eating larger and less frequent meals sounds appealing to you. Don't follow it if you like eating smaller and more frequent meals or you have some kind of health condition which makes going extended periods of time without eating harmful for you. It's really that simple and either method will work as long as you're hitting your macros. There is some evidence that fasting has some other benefits. However, in my opinion, the evidence is not nearly compelling enough to follow it strictly for those reasons and I would only follow it if you find the eating schedule more conducive to your lifestyle and eating preferences. -
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