Five Minute Friday Q & A

Hi guys happy Friday and I hope you are all excited to enjoy another beautiful weekend without any snow!!!

First & foremost thanks to everyone that sends us your most important questions that need answering and Id like to ask again:
*Send me 2-3 questions that you have and we can give you a shout out too*
Today’s post is about the following 3 questions:

1) What can I do at home to get stronger if I don’t have heavy equipment?
2) What should I eat after every exercise session?
3) What can we eat if we’re hungry late at night at 9 or 10 pm?

It’s important to know that you can always build strength even if you don’t have heavy dumbbells by training smart. Pre exhausting is the best method and can be done for any muscle group.

Consuming a protein shake or having a meal that’s easily digestible post-workout is the best for optimal absorption and recovery, and will assist with fat loss and muscle building

And when it comes to eating late at night remember…every meal needs a protein carb and fat regardless of the time, the only difference is that late at night you can replace the starchy carb or fruit carb with veggies to ensure your not spiking your blood sugar.

Please help me spread the positive word and vibes of health and fitness and sharing this with anyone you feel this post will help! Comment below and let me know if you have any questions that we can answer for you.

Dimitri Giankoulas

Fascinated since an early age by the potential of the human body, I have devoted my career and much of my private life to pushing beyond my own limits – and to lead others to personal health achievements greater than they thought possible. My level of commitment to each and every client is unparalleled in the industry. I try to bring energy, optimism, and pure motivational power to every one of his workout sessions. I have been in the fitness industry since 1997, working as a personal trainer, nutrition consultant, and ultimately Personal Training Director at various well-known gyms across the GTA. Combined I have over 11,000 hours of hands-on personal training experience.