Why you’re not lean yet |

When you’re new to weight lifting, muscle building can be an overwhelming process, and it can be difficult to know where to start. The initial stages of weight lifting can…

A high-protein diet: real benefits? Can it harm your health?

Protein is an essential nutrient for the growth and maintenance of our body. Getting enough protein is the cornerstone of a healthy diet, and it has been linked to a…

Women’s Coaching stories: Meet 14 women who gained strength and transformed their lives. |

There’s no denying that men and women are different. Some are tall and others are short, some women prefer to wear more makeup than others, and some men have more…

Women’s health stories: Do you recognize any of these women? |

How many women can you recognize? Or maybe you recognize one or two, but there are so many more to meet and greet. We love and admire these women, because…

Lean Eating coaches confess – Part 2 |

This is part two in a series of three blogs. In part one, we asked some of our favourite Lean Eating coaches for their advice on how to make a…

Why working out causes weight gain. (And what to do about it).

If you ask most people, they’ll tell you that working out regularly will keep them healthy and slim. But that’s only true if you work out the right way. While…

Exercise when sick: Should you sweat it out? Or rest and recover? |

An important question, deserving of some contemplation. One is for the person who is sick, and the other is for the person who is healthy. If you are sick: Should…

Should you exercise when sick? [Infographic] How to make working out work for your immunity.

There’s no denying that exercise is good for your body. It’s been shown to boost your immune system and decrease the risk of health problems. But what if you’re sick?…

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