I think there’s a misconception that the pursuit of a high level of fitness needs to be an all-consuming obsession. The reality is that anything you do to get up and move your body takes you one step closer to the fit body you were born to have.
Shadow box a few rounds in the morning (great way to get yourself amped up for a big meeting or busy/stressful workday). Crawl up the stairs in your house on all fours for an evening; really focus on using your whole body …
This is a real time-saver. I’ll bust this recipe out when it’s late, I’m hungry and I want dinner on the table with as little effort as possible, without settling for some kind of fast food garbage. I start with a salmon steak, which I cook up with a little bit of lemon, dill pickle juice and garlic. I put a lid on the fish so that the steam can do its thing, then I get a separate pan going for the veggies. In this dish, like many of my …
We get asked, a lot, about pre and post-workout nutrition. These are subjects that you should take very seriously if you’re involved in an intense training program (something all of our clients have in common). If you’re going to the trouble and expense of hiring a trainer, our thinking is that you want to do whatever you can to support that. In this case, properly fueling-up before the workout will help you get so much more out of it, and properly re-fueling after the workout will help your body recover …
Just made a great, quick shake in my mini blender. I threw in: 1 banana, a couple of tablespoons of coconut milk, hemp seeds, rolled oats, local honey, flax seeds, New Zealand whey protein powder (vanilla flavour), and filtered water. I blended it all up for a few seconds and it’s good to go!
It tastes great, and it hits a lot of different nutritional notes: protein, good carbs and fat, lots of fiber, and most importantly it tastes great! My shakes are rarely the same twice in a row …
This is another work in progress, and a first-attempt at what I’m sure will evolve into a spectacular, and fun dish for the whole family. I started by cooking up a package of extra lean ground beef, with onions, garlic, basil, vegetable broth and sea salt. At the end I added in tons of turmeric and a little bit of black pepper.
About the temple
"High Performance Personal Training and Holistic Living"
The Body Temple is a one-of-a-kind personal training facility, located in the beautiful Lawrence Park Village in Toronto; owned and operated by Jonathan & Alayna Kellett. Home to a wide variety of unique training equipment, our facility is equipped to handle all the fitness needs of everyone from the complete workout novice, to experienced athletes and the extremely fit. We offer true personal training; meaning that for your hour, the studio is yours. No prying eyes or judgmental stares; no line ups for machines or chatty neighbours.
Our focus is on developing true fitness and health, from the inside, while sculpting rock hard, vibrant bodies on the outside. We integrate functional fitness with organic, whole food (and superfood) nutrition to help our clients reach even the loftiest of personal health and fitness goals.
There are absolutely no membership fees; you pay only for the time you spend with your trainer. We offer both private (one-on-one) sessions, and semi-private (one-on-two) so bring a friend if you want the fun and motivation of a workout partner.3251 Yonge St. Unit 2
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