Thursday, December 29, 2011

Are you ready to be Slim, Sharp, Strong, Supercharged and Stress Free?



Could you be doing a better job of taking care of your health?  Do you have good intentions but are confused by all of the conflicting information out there?

It’s hard to know where to go for good information and to decide what’s right for you as well as find a practical way to implement it.

Let me ask you a few questions . . . . .
  • Feeling fat, flabby, flaky, foggy, fatigued or forgetful?
  • Not feeling like yourself but your doctor says you’re normal?
  • Worried about your health, aging or illness?
  • Concerned that you might suffer from the same poor health issues of a parent or relative who did not age gracefully?
If you answered yes to any of these, I have some good news for you!!  It doesn’t have to be that way. There is hope and there is help.

I’d like to introduce you to a great resource for living your best life possible. My colleague, Lorraine Maita, MD, is a Board Certified Internal Medicine Physician and has completed a fellowship and practices Anti Aging and Regenerative Medicine. She is an expert on navigating the issues that other health care practitioners don’t look for.  After hearing Dr. Maita speak, I knew that I wanted to share what she knows and offers with you.

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Staying Slim, Sharp, Strong, Supercharged and Stress Free! 5 Things You Must do NOW to Look and Feel Your Best at Any Age.

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In this free webinar, Dr. Lorraine Maita will reveal the secrets on how you can have health and beauty from the inside out.

You will discover how to put together all these puzzle pieces for picture perfect health:
  • Your Hormones Control EVERYTHING: Take the driver’s seat
  • You can burn calories while you sleep and get strong and fit
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  • Use food as medicine: It can age and ail, or anti-age and heal
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Tuesday, December 27, 2011

New Year's Resolutions for Weight Loss & Diet Made Simple

New Year's Resolutions Goals List


t's time of the year again when people celebrate the holidays and welcome the New Year. "Weight and diet is on the top 3 New Year's Resolutions for most people. Health and fitness is the case where haste makes waste, as the old saying goes. Many people start the new year with good momentum, then lose steam by the end of January," says Carey Yang, a certified personal trainer and fitness expert in Morris County, NJ.

Yang is the owner and master personal trainer at Beyond Fitness Solutions, LLC -- a leading in-home personal training and weight-loss management company serving and helping clients in Morris County, Sussex County, Passaic County, Essex County and Somerset County areas in New Jersey. 

By the end of January, one-third of people quit. Only half people still stay on their New Year's resolutions after 6 months. "That's a disappointing statistics,"Yang says.

"Lose weight, have a healthy fit, exercise regularly don't have to be that hard," Yang says. "It can be simple and easy if people review their past patterns and behaviors and answer a few questions."

The first step is to take a look at what your nutrition and exercise habits have been like for the last 12 months.

Think about questions like these and write down your answers in a notebook so that you can look back at them again a year from now:

- How does your weight compare with a year ago?
- Do you feel healthy and have a lot of energy or are you tired all the time?
- Do you take vitamins or other nutritional supplements?
- Do you eat at home most of the time? If so, what types of foods? Whole fresh foods, boxed foods or TV dinners?
- If you eat in a restaurant, what types of restaurants do you go to and what types of foods do you choose?
- How physically active are you? Do you exercise regularly?
- Do you eat healthy size portions, or do you stuff yourself with every meal?
- Do you smoke?
- How much alcohol do you drink each week?

It’s important to take an honest look at your health habits in order to set goals for your health and diet. The answers are in the questions.

Watch the slideshow video about making New Year's resolutions for weight loss & diet simple and easy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rYzVK2K_6TY 




About C. Carey Yang and Beyond Fitness Solutions, LLC 
C. Carey Yang, Your Dream Body WorkoutXpert (TM), is a certified personal trainer and fitness boot camp instructor based in Morris County, New Jersey. He provides in-home personal fitness training, backyard boot camp, wellness and lifestyle coaching, and fitness and weight-management seminar. He specializes in helping busy, working professionals who want safe, effective workouts with maximum results in minimum time. Yang is the creator of the 6-Step Dream Body Blueprint (TM) Body Transformation System. 

To learn more about lifestyle and wellness coaching, personal fitness training and nutritional counseling and to sign up for a free monthly e-zine, receive free fitness and fat loss e-books, and schedule a complimentary consultation, visit http://www.BeyondFitnessSolutions.com

He is also available for media interviews, providing a list of tips and articles, and presenting wellness and fitness seminar. Call 973-303-2424 or email Carey at BeyondFitnessSolutions.com.

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Friday, December 23, 2011

Top 5 Ways to Beat the New Year's Resolution Syndrome



Morris County NJ personal trainer and fitness coach Carey Yang explains the New Year's Resolution Syndrome, how to set the right goals and provides proven strategies to cure it for good.

Losing weight and getting healthy rank the Top 3 New Year's Resolutions for most people. "You can witness this from the crazy crowd in the gym for the first two weeks after the New Year. People all over the world are searching for tips and advice in losing weight, building muscles, eating right, finding workout routines, and achieving six pack abs when the New Year Eve's ball drops," says Carey Yang, a certified personal trainer and fitness coach.

Yang is the owner and master personal trainer at Beyond Fitness Solutions, LLC -- a leading in-home personal training and weight-loss management company serving and helping clients in Morris County, Sussex County, Passaic County, Essex County and Somerset County areas in New Jersey.

Health and fitness is the case where haste makes waste, as the old saying goes. Many people start the new year with good momentum, then lose steam by the end of January. By February, most people already quit or visit the gym much less often.

One study from the University of Scranton showed that a quarter of people who resolve to lose weight and change their eating habits on January 1st will go back to their old ways within a week. By the end of January, one-third of people quit. Only half people still stay on their New Year's resolutions after 6 months.

"No wonder it's such as a big struggle for many people whether to make or not to make New Year's resolutions. They want to set goals and achieve them. On the other hand, they are also afraid of failing to keep the resolutions," Yang says.

Yang explains 5 common pitfalls when making New Year's resolutions and shares his strategies to beat the New Year's Resolution Syndrome.

1. Dream big but start small. Your old-and-never-worked resolution could be like "I resolve to start exercising 5 to 7 times a week, 30 to 60 minutes each time." If you haven't exercised regularly for the last 3 months, this resolution is bound to fail and you're doomed!

Start with small baby steps. Start with a combination of walking, aerobic exercise, strength training, and other physical activities for 2 to 3 times for a total accumulation of 2 hours of exercise a week. The key is to be able to get into a regular exercise habit. Gradually increase the duration, variety, intensity and frequency. This is one of the reasons why a personal trainer or fitness coach can be a really good source of professional guidance and accountability.

2. Make multiple resolutions that reinforce each other. When you make a healthy resolution, you'll start to re-think about falling back to those not-so-good habits.

Make multi-week, multi-month and multi-year resolutions. Why makes "annual" resolutions that you can only follow for a month? Have a big picutre. Break it down into smaller, realistic, achievable mini goals. You'll feel better when you accomplish the mini goals. It gives you more confidence and momentum to stay on track towards your bigger goals.

If you're still smoking or eating junk foods regularly, why do all the cardio and strength training? It just doens't make sense. You won't transform to your dream body even if you train 7 days while staying on the unhealthy lifestyle and poor eating habits.

3. Food is your friend, not your foe. Make a good friend with your foods. Every year, or in fact evey day, you'll see new diet books on the market. You lose money but not your weight. Food is the source of energy to fuel your body so that you can function and perform.  Eating healthy foods is the choice you can make. Replace the poor choices with healthy ones.

Pick two of your weak areas and consciously replace them with healthy choices and stay on them for a month. Similar to exercise, too much too soon is going to backfire. When you can stick to the two healthy choices for a month, then you start to include more healthy choices.

4. Get a good night sleep. Go to bed a half hour earlier. I know many people are eating late, snacking, drinking alcohols, watching TV shows in the evening to unwind their stress from the day. These poor habits disturbance your sleeping quality. They drain your energy and sabotage your resolutions if you want to lose weight and look good.

If you have followed the first three tips, you shouldn't be here. Your body releases growth hormones while you're sleeping that help you build muscle. Deprivation of sleep also makes you crave for sugary and high fat foods and make you wan to eat more to feel satisfied.

5. Watch your environment. When you want to lose weight and stay fit and healthy, you need to watch out who you're associated with. You are the product of five of your closest friends.

Obesity is epidemic and contagious. Some people call it "sympathetic weight gain" with your friends. On the other hand, thinness could be contagious too. See who has the upper hand over the other.

So stay close to your fit and healthy friends. But don't break up with your overweight friends as yet. Just be aware and stay conscious in your environments.

Stay away from sources that drain your energy and damage your health. Make friends with like-minded people who are positive, fit, healthy, high-energy and high-performance.

Watch the slideshow video on how to beat the New Year's Resolution Syndrome:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbHWiCAK5Vk



About C. Carey Yang and Beyond Fitness Solutions, LLC C. Carey Yang, Your Dream Body WorkoutXpert (TM), is a certified personal trainer and fitness boot camp instructor based in Morris County, New Jersey. He provides in-home personal fitness training, backyard boot camp, wellness and lifestyle coaching, and fitness and weight-management seminar. He specializes in helping busy, working professionals who want safe, effective workouts with maximum results in minimum time. Yang is the creator of the 6-Step Dream Body Blueprint (TM) Body Transformation System.

To learn more about lifestyle and wellness coaching, personal fitness training and nutritional counseling and to sign up for a free monthly e-zine, receive free fitness and fat loss e-books, and schedule a complimentary consultation, visit http://www.BeyondFitnessSolutions.com.

He is also available for media interviews, providing a list of tips and articles, and presenting wellness and fitness seminar. Call 973-303-2424 or email Carey at BeyondFitnessSolutions.com.

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Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Why New Year's Resolutions Don't Work - How to Set the Right Goals



http://www.BeyondFitnessSolutions.com

NJ Personal trainer and fitness coach Carey Yang explains why New Year's resolutions fail, why you hold the key to solving the New Year's Resolution Syndrome, and how to set the right goals.

Sign for your FREE 'Jump-Start Your Body' Workout and Nutrition program or request your complimentary fitness consultation in Northern New Jersey at http://www.beyondfitnesssolutions.com.


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Saturday, December 17, 2011

The #1 Reason Why Your New Year's Resolutions Fail and What to Do Instead




Your old-and-never-worked New Year's resolution could be like "I resolve to start exercising 5 to 7 times a week, 30 to 60 minutes each time." If you haven't exercised regularly for the last 3 months, this resolution is bound to fail and you're doomed!

Start with small baby steps. You could start with a combination of walking, aerobic exercise, strength training, and other physical activities for 2 to 3 times for a total accumulation of 2 hours of exercise a week. The key is to be able to get into a regular exercise habit. Gradually increase the duration, variety, intensity and frequency. This is one of the reasons why a coach/trainer can be a really good source of professional guidance and accountability.

Improving health and fitness is on the top 3 New Year's Resolutions for most people. You can witness by the crazy crowd in the gym for the first two weeks. I can testify by the exploding number of visitors to my website and blog and new subscriber signups. People all over the world are searching for advices on losing weight, building muscles, eating right, workout routines, six pack abs, etc.

Health and fitness is the case where haste makes waste, as the old saying goes. Many people start the new year with good momentum, then lose steam by the end of January. By February, most people already quit or visit the gym much less often. Pad yourself on the back if you're still working out by June. You're rare if you're still showing up in the gym regularly by year end.

One study from the University of Scranton showed that a quarter of people who resolve to lose weight and change their eating habits on January 1st will go back to their old ways within a week.

The following list shows how many of these resolutions are maintained as time goes on:

- Past the first week: 75%
- Past two weeks: 71%
- Past one month: 64%
- After 6 months: 46%

Source: Auld Lang Syne: Success predictors, change processes, and self-reported outcomes of New Year's resolvers and nonresolvers, by John C. Norcross, Marci S. Mrykalo, Matthew D. Blagys , University of Scranton. Journal of Clinical Psychology, Volume 58, Issue 4 (2002).

Respect yourself by showing your commitment and accountability in healthy lifestyle changes, not just 3 days, one week, or 6 months, permanent, for the long run.

One of the biggest mistakes when people make their New Year's Resolutions is that they want to change and do too many things, too soon and at the same time!

Sooner than later they get so overwhelmed that they simply cannot keep up with and just quit.

Changing or replacing an old habit takes time to become permanently part of you. Healthy lifestyle and habit changes don't just happen overnight. You should have known human behavior by now. It's true to eating healthy and working out regularly.

It's perfectly okay to dream big and have a big goal. But you need break down the big goal into smaller goals and action steps. Dream big but start small.

Make the smaller goals challenging yet still easily and realistically achievable. You'll feel confident and good about yourself when you achieve the small steps. It gives you the momentum, reinforcement and sense of accomplishment to move to the next step, a step closer to your bigger goal.

I suggest that you pick no more than two things to work on in each of the following areas. When you stick to it for one month, then add another one or two thing in the following month. If you're really conscious about your actions, you'll achieve 24 things in one area by the year end. That could be your bigger goal.

I must admit that I cannot start to change with all 24 things at the same time in just one area. But I can certainly focus on just two things in one month.

Friday, December 16, 2011

4 More Ways to Get Out of Your Boring Workout Routine

A certified personal trainer can custom-design
an exercise program just for you.

In my last article, I write about strength training protocol and training variables. I also gave three alternative workout routines to a typical bodybuidling straight-set routine.

If you missed the article, you can read in the following link. Even if you read it before, I suggest you re-read the articel to brush up some terminologies.

http://www.beyondfitnesssolutions.com/beyondfitness/2011/12/workout/why-your-workout-stops-working/

In this article, I'm providing four more alterante workout routines that you can change up to get out of your fitness rut.

Variation #4 Pyramid Set
DB Bench Press: 55 lbs x 12 reps, 60 lbs x 10 reps, 70 lbs x 6 reps, 2-0-1 tempo, 2 minute rest
Dumbbell Flyes: 40 lbs x 6 reps, 30 lbs x 10 reps, 25 lbs x 12 reps, 2-0-1 tempo, 2 minute rest

Comments: DB Bench Press loading pattern is a regular pyramid method. Start with lower-weight/higher-rep set and progress to heavier- weight/lower-rep set. Dumbbell Flyes loading pattern is an inverted or reverse pyramid scheme. Start with heavier-weight/lower-rep set and progress to lower-weight/high-rep set. There are also more complicated double pyramid and flat pyramidloading patterns.

Variation #5 Tempo & Tension Manipulation
By simply changing the tempo , it makes a lot of difference in the time under tension (TUT) on your muscles. Tempo (rep speed) refers to how quickly you lift the weight (concentric or "positive" phase) and lower the weight (eccentric or "negative" phase).

The 3-point tempo prescription of 2-0-1 means that you take 2 seconds to lower the weight, zero second pause at the bottom (stretch), and take one second to lift the weight. A more complicated 4-point tempo prescription adds the 4th digit for the time to hold (contracted) at the top of lifting.

For example, a "3-0-2" tempo prescription on the original straight set routine would make a huge impact on how you feel on the muscles and muscle growth. You'll probably start to feel that kind of unbearable muscle soreness by the 8th rep. You're struggling through the last two reps. That's the difference!

Variation #6 Anabolic/Anaerobic Conditioning
By reducing the rest interval between sets (say from 1 minute to 45 seconds), you'll be able to improve your anabolic conditioning and anaerobic fitness. You only rest till you're "almost" recovered and go for the next set. You don't wait around for 3 to 5 minutes till fully recovered.

Watch out for this routine as it's very taxing to your mind and body. You probably have to reduce the weights, too. So check out your ego.

One extreme example of this variation is modified Olympic Power Training Routine . Anaerobic conditioning and performance is achieved by training and pushing VO2 max and lactic acid or lactate threshold .

Variation #7 Periodization
I covered this topic before about periodizing your training program . After a few weeks of dedicated and consistent training, you've gained some muscles, become stronger, and are able to lift heavier or more reps. That's, you're adapted to the workout routine. You need new stimulus to continue to build strength and grow muscles by progressive overloading .

Why not try 3 sets x 12 reps at 45-second rest interval or 4 sets x 8 reps at 90-second rest interval, even on the same weights and exercise combination?

Get in the Program and Stay on It

Aren't you having enough yet? The list of variations can go on if you start to add more or different exercises to work on chest muscles. There are also other training methods such as tri-set, giant set, drop set, forced rep, super slow rep, "negative" focused rep, etc. You see, there are a lot more variations available for changing up your weight training routine than you can imagine. You'll never be bored with weight training.

One mistake made by many beginners is that they change their workout routine too often. Some keep changing their programs or routines in every workout or evey week. They try all sorts of fancy body part split routines they can find in the books, body building magazines or from their gym buddies.

No Program Hopping

You have to stay on and complete one program for a prescribed period, be it 3, 6 or 8 weeks. Do not try a different variation in every workout; otherwise there is no accumulated, consistent and positive training effect on the muscular, neurological and hormonal levels. It also needs to be designed and integrated into the longer training macrocycle as periodization .

Each variation has its purpose and effect. Define your training goal first. Pick one variation of your current workout routine and stay on it for at least three weeks. It may help you break your training plateau. You may see new strength gain and muscle growth in no

Monday, December 12, 2011

Why Isn't Your Workout Working?


Have you been doing the same old workout routine over and over? 10 reps by 3 sets?
It's insane to expect different (and better) results by doing the same things over and over.
It's about time to change up your strength traiining rouitne if you haven't gained strength or muscles, or lose fat.
Let's look at the training variables you can manipulate for weight training (resistance training): 
  • Selection of exercises
  • Order of exercises
  • Weights (resistance)
  • Sets
  • Reps
  • Tempo (rep speed)
  • Rest interval
  • Loading pattern
  • Periodization program

Reasonably simple, huh? Yes, but there's more to it. The combination of all these variables determine your training volume and intensity and your results. 
Let's look at an example. Say you want to work on your chest (pectoral muscles) by choosing dumbbell flat bench press and dumbbell fly exercises (your selection of exercises). One classical straight-set workout may look like this (after light-weight warm-up sets) : 
Classical Straight Set for Hypertrophy ( Muscle Building)
Dumbbell Bench Press: 60 lbs x 3 sets x 10 reps, 2-0-1 tempo, 1 minute rest
Dumbbell Fly: 30 lbs x 3 sets x 10 reps, 2-0-1 tempo, 1 minute rest 
Comments: The order of exercises is dumbbell bench press first followed by dumbbell flyes. Each exercise is performed for 3 sets by 10 reps at respective weights. The lifting tempo is 2-0-1 rep speed. The rest interval between sets is one minute. The weight loading pattern is straight set; i.e., same weight through each exercise. Some people may call Dumbbell Flyes as "post-exhaustion" set in this combination. 

What Else Can You Do?

Well, a lot more than you think.

The following shows three variations to above weight training routine with comments.

Variation #1 Pre-exhaustion Set
Dumbbell Fly: 35 lbs x 3 sets x 10 reps, 2-0-1 tempo, 1 minute rest
Dumbbell Bench Press: 55 lbs x 3 sets x 10 reps, 2-0-1 tempo, 1 minute rest

Comments: The order of exercises is reversed. Flye is an isolation exercise that would tire out your pec as an "pre-exhaustion" set. You may be able to "fly" more weight first, but you almost wouldn't be able to lift as much in the subsequent Bench Press (a compound exercise).

Variation #2 Straight-Set for Maximum Strength
DB Bench Press: 75 lbs x 5 sets x 3 reps, 2-0-1 tempo, 3 minute rest
Dumbbell Fly: 40 lbs x 5 sets x 3 reps, 2-0-1 tempo, 3 minute rest

Comments: By reversing the set x rep combination to the low rep range and heavier weights, you're training for maximum strength development. Training load and intensity are higher. You typically have to reduce training volume and rest longer between sets to recover from metabolic and physiological stresses.

Variation #3 Super Set
Dumbbell Bench Press @ 60 lbs x 10 reps (2-0-1 tempo) followed immediately without rest with Dumbbell Flyes @ 30 lbs x 10 reps (2-0-1 tempo)
Repeat this superset two more times for a total of 3 sets with1-minute rest between supersets.

Comments: Superset means you do two exercises back to back without rest. Take the rest till you finish both exercises as one set. These two exercises could target the same muscle group as it is in this case. You can also superset unrelated muscle groups (such as leg and shoulder) or opposing muscle groups (biceps and triceps). 

Monday, December 05, 2011

Dream Body Coach and NJ Personal Trainer Carey Yang Featured Yahoo! Health and Wellness Contributing Writer and Fitness Expert

Dream Body Coach and NJ personal trainer Carey Yang is featured on Yahoo! Voices as a contributing writer and fitness expert for online Health and Wellness content.




Dream Body Coach and NJ Personal Trainer Carey Yang is featured on Yahoo! Voices as a fitness expert and online content contributor for Health and Wellness column.

Yang is the owner and master personal trainer at Beyond Fitness Solutions, LLC -- a leading in-home personal training and weight-loss management company serving and helping clients in Morris County, Sussex County, Passaic County, Essex County and Somerset County areas in New Jersey.

"This is another breakthrough for me after being interviewed and featured recently on MSN Fitbie. As a content provider on Yahoo! News, it adds more weight and take my credibility in health and fitness to the next level," Yang says. "As a trusted content contributor on Yahoo! Voices and affiliated partners, I could potentially reach 200 millions people around the world."

Yang adds,  I will be contributing to Yahoo! Voices Health and Wellness online content in the topics of health, fitness, exercise, dieting, weight loss and lifestyle in articles, videos or slide shows via Yahoo! Contributor Network.

"This is one of my dreams coming true as I set my goals a few years ago to help more people improve their lifestyle, health, fitness and diet by online education and in-person coaching and training." Yang says.

About C. Carey Yang and Beyond Fitness Solutions, LLC
C. Carey Yang, Your Dream Body WorkoutXpert (TM), is a certified personal trainer and fitness boot camp instructor based in Morris County, New Jersey. He provides in-home personal fitness training, backyard boot camp, wellness and lifestyle coaching, and fitness and weight-management seminar. He specializes in helping busy, working professionals who want safe, effective workouts with maximum results in minimum time. Yang is the creator of the 6-Step Dream Body Blueprint (TM) Body Transformation System.

To learn more about lifestyle and wellness coaching, personal fitness training and nutritional counseling and to sign up for a free monthly e-zine, receive free fitness and fat loss e-books, and schedule a complimentary consultation, visit http://www.BeyondFitnessSolutions.com.

He is also available for media interviews, providing a list of tips and articles, and presenting wellness and fitness seminar. Call 973-303-2424 or email Carey at BeyondFitnessSolutions.com.



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