About Me – Adam Kemp

Who Am I?

Health & Fitness Knowledge From Around the Globe!
  • Professional Basketball Player (2014-Now)
  • M.s. Nutrition Education from American University
  • ISSA Certified Personal Trainer

My name is Adam Kemp, and I love helping people with their health and fitness goals, whether it’s building muscle, losing weight, improving as an athlete, simply becoming healthier, or anything in between!

I am currently in my 9th year as a professional basketball player, and my experience playing sports at the highest level, combined with my educational background, give me insight into aspects of health and fitness that you won’t find anywhere else!

Why Should You Trust Me?

About Me Adam Kemp

I live, learn, and rely on my health and fitness knowledge every single day!

Growing up, I was not a natural athlete. I was always tall, but I was also overweight, slow-footed, and unathletic. On top of that, I have asthma and Tourette Syndrome, which made it difficult for me to exercise, and self-conscious about my presence.

After spending years experimenting and researching the most effective supplements, workout programs, exercises, and dietary strategies, I learned evidence-based approaches to managing my asthma and tics, getting leaner, faster, and stronger, and living a happy, healthy life!

Due to my experiences and education, I know I can also help many others achieve their health and fitness goals!

Frequently Asked Questions

There are thousands of supplements on the market, most of which are nothing more than marketing and pseudo-science. Fortunately for you, I’ve spent countless hours researching different supplements and experimenting with them to learn what works and what doesn’t.

The best solution for long-term weight loss is to lose a maximum of 1 to 2 pounds per week. Trying to lose too much weight too quickly will result in frustration, getting stuck in a pattern of weight cycling, or developing metabolic adaptations to weight loss, making it harder to maintain weight loss.

For most people, intermittent fasting is a safe and effective lifestyle. I refer to intermittent fasting as a lifestyle and not a diet because I believe intermittent fasting is more to do with changing your approach to eating, with changing dietary choices as a secondary aspect. Intermittent fasting has numerous potential benefits, although there are some people who should not use it. I love intermittent fasting, and it has improved my health and physique significantly.

Your post-workout routine can improve muscle recovery, keep your body feeling fresh, and prepare you for your next workout. Alternatively, a bad post-workout routine can waste your time in the gym. Here are some tips that will help you recover from workouts and help you get the results you are looking for from your efforts!

Joint pain is one of the most commonly cited reasons people may not begin or complete an exercise program. However, there are many ways to combat joint pain so that you can live a pain-free life and participate in the type of exercise you want.

Do you struggle with finding the motivation to workout? This is a common problem for many people, so you aren’t alone! Fortunately, there are many different ways you can motivate yourself to workout that will work in both the short and long term. Finding your motivation to workout is key to sustained improvements in achieving your health and fitness goals.

Contact Me

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